Everyday Safety

Be aware of your surroundings. Don’t leave valuables out for someone to take. Use common sense. By following some simple guidelines, you can help keep yourself — and your possessions — safe.

  • Residence Hall and Campus Apartment Safety
    Whether you’re in the residence halls, a campus apartment or living off campus, there are steps you can take to prevent crime in and around your home.
  • Office and Workplace Safety
    As UB community members, we share responsibility for our own personal security and that of our friends and colleagues.
  • Keeping Your Identity and IT Devices Safe
    Learn about avoiding email scams, protecting your devices and where to get help if you've been hacked.
  • Walking and Biking Safety
    Walking and biking is good exercise and great for the environment. Get tips on how pedestrians and bicyclists can be safe and be seen. 
  • Driving and Vehicle Safety
    UB is a pedestrian right of way campus. Driving safely calls for extra awareness.
  • Planning for Emergencies
    Planning in advance for emergencies empowers you to act confidently should a situation arise and can help keep you and others safe.

Need Help?

Bissell Hall, North Campus

Phone: (716) 645-2227; Emergencies: (716) 645-2222