Construction of UB's new medical school building creates
opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses.
WNY residents are benefiting from clinical research led by
UB program helps faculty and staff buy homes in the
neighborhoods around the South Campus.
UB is working with local groups and organizations to improve the
quality of life in the neighborhoods surrounding the South
UB's IDeA Center is working with the NFTA to make public
transportation in WNY more accessible.
The Office of Government and Community Relations hosts a core
series of programs to help meet the community's needs.
Show your UB ID card when you shop at participating businesses, and you’ll get special discounts and other incentives.
UB departments make the holidays brighter by providing gift wish items for dozens of families every year.
Our university employees donate thousands of supplies at the start of every academic year to support the brightest young minds throughout the city.
Our newsletter provides information on the latest UB initiatives and collaborations in the community
UB's home ownership program encourages employees to put down roots in the neighborhoods surrounding the South Campus.
Every spring and fall UB students roll up their sleeves and join with community members to work on neighborhood improvement projects.
UB’s nationally recognized SEFA campaign gives employees the opportunity to donate to organizations in Western New York and beyond.
UB on the Green is a free family friendly concert series featuring fun and interactive activities that highlight the exciting things happening at UB.
Building on our strong foundation, we never stop reaching beyond
UB-led initiative seeks to revitalize Buffalo’s urban core
while creating 100 megawatts of clean energy by 2020.
Members of the UB community gathered to mark the 50th
anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 speech at Kleinhans
While the spotlight has been on construction of the new medical
school building, the plan to revitalize UB's historic campus is
A nearly $2M HRSA grant to UB will support training for 22
students each year in rural and vulnerable communities.
Mini Med School is a public service community education program
of UB’s Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and
its four other health sciences schools. Learn about our healthcare
future in the fall and winter series.