University Statements

The following are official statements issued by the University at Buffalo.


This is the first confirmed case among the UB community, and the individual is in mandatory isolation in their off-campus private residence.


The first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Erie County are not believed to be directly connected to the UB community.


With the governor’s guidance announced today, and in collaboration with SUNY leadership, UB will now move forward to implement its plans for distance learning beginning March 23.


Report contains several flaws, inaccuracies and inconsistencies that misrepresent and misinterpret UB’s budget.


Following the guidance of New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and SUNY, UB has directed its students who are studying abroad in countries impacted by COVID-19 to return to the U.S.


The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and all of its degree programs remain accredited.


County is also advising individuals to 'verify all information you may receive online, especially via social media.'


At this time, the university is not aware of any students, faculty or staff who may have been exposed to the coronavirus.


His activities, as well as other individuals convicted and sentenced in this case, are in stark contrast to the values of UB.


The matter has been resolved and the group has arrived back in the U.S.