Student Life is offering students new ways to stay connected through virtual activities, workshops and more.
Catch up with old friends, learn something new or share your experiences in one of UB's new virtual student activities:
UB Clubs and Organizations are meeting virtually and in-person throughout the semester. It's never too late to join!
Commencement will take place Friday, May 14 to Sunday, May 16, 2021. Stay tuned for a full listing of activities and semester long Senior Celebrations!
Join the IDC in creating a strong sense of belonging by celebrating our differences as proudly as we celebrate our commonalities. Students can broaden their perspectives and gain a deeper understanding of our ever-changing world with a number of unique events and workshops.
This season's events will be held via Zoom at no charge to participants. To receive your individual event access information for your device, register on the Distinguished Speakers website.
Elevate your leadership skills. Network with and learn from experts in the field. Build professional relationships with other student leaders at UBuffalo. Together, we lead.
The Virtual Leadership Academy is a new program hosted by Student Engagement. Intentionally designed to engage students in conversations about leadership skills and strategies, this 8-week long program will help students discover who they are as a leader and develop their full leadership potential. We'll host weekly discussions and small group meetings that allow students to take a deep dive into what it means to be a leader and how they can leverage their skills to stand out amongst UBuffalo student leaders.
This program will be delivered synchronously through an online platform on Thursdays from 2 - 3 p.m. from Feb. 18 - April 15, 2021. Students must be available at that time to participate in the Virtual Leadership Academy.
Registration for the Spring 2021 Virtual Leadership Academy has now closed. Please check back in August for information about registering for Fall 2021!
We'll present topics relevant to current students and our global society and examine them through a leadership lens.