My UB Experience

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Read about students who found their place at UB by getting involved in with campus clubs and organizations. By trying something new, or pursuing a lifelong passion, their campus involvement laid the framework for an outstanding UB experience.

5/18/18
After polishing her international fluency skills as a Student Engagement Ambassador, Madeline Quek earned a job at Disney World.
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When Rami Cesar transferred to UB, he quickly joined the Marching Band. Now, Rami is able to fulfill one of his lifelong passions and make tons of new friends.

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As a biomedical engineering major, Jake Caldwell is a born problem-solver. At UB, he has developed an unexpected skill that will forever be a valuable asset.

5/18/18

As a quadruplet, Lizzy Goldrick knows you have to work harder to stand out. Through Marching Band, she is showcasing herself as a leader.

5/18/18

Selma, Alabama isn’t your typical spring break hot spot. Instead of relaxing on a beach for spring break, Kwang Jin chose UB's Alternative Break program.

5/18/18

College is a big adjustment for any student. For international students like Boma Zelma Aminigo, the transition can be uniquely challenging.

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For many students, some of the most valuable lessons are learned outside of the classroom. This has been especially true for John Maher.
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Kristina Galang always wanted a career helping others. Through Leadership House she learned unique skills to help her earn the career of her dreams.

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After an engaging and rewarding first-year orientation, Alexa Federice knew she wanted to get involved and make the most of her UB experience.

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“Get out of your comfort zone,” says Victor Miranda III. Through Marching Band, he strives to be a better musician—and a more well-rounded person.