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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.
After an engaging and rewarding first-year orientation, Alexa Federice knew she wanted to get involved and make the most of her UB experience.
As a quadruplet, Lizzy Goldrick knows you have to work harder to stand out. Through Marching Band, she is showcasing herself as a leader.
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.
“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.
College is a big adjustment for any student. For international students like Boma Zelma Aminigo, the transition can be uniquely challenging.
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.
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.
Kristina Galang always wanted a career helping others. Through Leadership House she learned unique skills to help her earn the career of her dreams.