UB’s Religious Accommodation and Expression Policy supports your right to classroom and workplace accommodations based on religion. It also upholds UB’s commitment to the free expression of religion on campus.
Religious Accommodations commonly include:
Students with questions or concerns about religious accommodation can contact the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). Undergraduate students are encouraged to consult the Attendance on Religious Holy Days policy in the Undergraduate Degree and Course Catalog, and graduate students should refer to the policy Attendance on Religious Holy Days located in the Graduate School's policies and procedures.
Faculty, staff and other members of the University community can contact EDI.
Under UB's Religious Accommodation and Expression Policy, UB upholds the rights of our community members to practice their religious beliefs, or to choose not to practice any religious belief. We will not interfere with religious expression unless it creates an undue hardship, such as interfering with normal University operations, or if it creates a discriminatory hostile environment for someone else.