Your college experience shouldn't just be filled with academics. Make friends, pursue your passions, and gain experience with extra-curricular activities.
Friends and fun await outside of the classroom. Find a club, get in a workout or catch a movie with friends.
With over 400 clubs and organizations on campus and hundreds of programs hosted by departments, there's something out there for everyone.
You can search for ways to get involved by keyword or use the filters to search by topic, type of opportunity, or the sponsoring office.
Discover unique opportunities at UBLinked! Use UBLinked to get involved, track involvement and participation on campus and even create a co-curricular transcript of your involvement. Consider it our on-demand involvement platform!
You'll be able to see some events without logging in, but we recommend signing up with your UBIT username and password to access all activities and search organizations
To join an organization through UBLinked:
Students should submit hours for both one-time and ongoing volunteer experiences. Hours can be submitted at the end of each volunteer shift or all at once upon completion of your service experience.
See all of your activities, all in one place. With UBLinked, it’s easy to create and build a Co-Curricular Transcript. It will showcase the organizations you’ve joined, leadership positions you’ve held, and programs you’ve attended.
A Co-Curricular Transcript will help you:
You’ll find step-by-step videos, an online support center and other helpful resources through the UBLinked support page.
At UB, we recognize that clubs and organizations are an invaluable part of the university community. We are proud to support campus groups by offering a variety of programs and services designed to help them.
Did you know that any UB student can start a new club? Well, now you do! If you're interested in starting a new club on campus, check out the steps below.
New clubs can be recognized by a student government, university department, or campus ministry. To determine which recognizing agent would be best for the club you would like to start, look into what kind of clubs and organizations each already oversees.
In order to apply and be approved for club recognition, your organization must have at least 10 club members that should be added to your club roster when you register a new organization on UBLinked.
Each recognizing agent has a different process for new club recognition.
To be recognized by a Student Government…
Please utilize the links below to access each student government’s new club information:
To be recognized by a University Department…
Contact the department and request a letter of support from the Dean or Department Director that will be submitted through the university recognition application on UBLinked.
To be recognized by a Campus Ministry…
After receiving formal approval from your recognizing agent, your organization will be eligible to apply for university-wide recognition. All submissions will be received and reviewed on UBLinked. Submit your new club by navigating to the ‘Register a New Organization’ button.
Please note the following as you are completing your application in order to ensure approval:
Student Engagement will review all submissions on UBLinked within 7-14 days. All listed club officers and contacts will be notified via email whether the club submission was approved or denied. If denied, Student Engagement will work with you and your designated recognizing agent to determine how to achieve approval. If approved, you will receive an official email with notification of official university-wide recognition and you will have access to get your organization started.
For tips on first steps and how to manage your organization, please visit the UBLinked Resource Page or contact the Student Governance and Organization team in Student Engagement.