Whether you smoke or vape, quitting isn’t easy. At UB, we can offer you tools to help you quit so you can feel better and save money.
At this free, weekly drop-in clinic, we’ll help you:
Get your first supply of nicotine patches or gum for free at the Quit Smoking/Vaping Drop-In Clinic.
Even though e-cigarettes are often marketed as being safer than conventional cigarettes, their vapor may still contain a variety of carcinogens and toxic chemicals, including formaldehyde. If you need help quitting vaping, just come talk with someone at Health Promotion.
Improve your odds of quitting smoking with this intensive treatment program. This proven program lasts approximately three weeks, and combines medication and training to help you quit.
The purpose of this clinical research program is to find out if we can make the medication Chantix (varenicline) work even better for more people, by taking it for a few extra weeks before quitting. Receive a free supply of the medication and coaching. Participants will be compensated for their time.
Preventative health and wellness education
Primary, non-emergency medical care
University at Buffalo
Michael Hall, 3435 Main Street, South Campus
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: (716) 829-3316; Fax: (716) 829-2564
UB's Health Services is unable to provide information about the NY State Department of Health’s COVID vaccination clinics being held at Harriman Hall on UB’s South Campus. For information about these clinics, including eligibility and to make an appointment, please call the NYS Health Department’s COVID vaccine hotline phone number: 1-833-697-4829 (1-833-NYS-4-VAX) or refer to their website.
The University at Buffalo is a completely smoke-free campus. Smoking is prohibited everywhere on UB’s campus, at off-site UB locations and in university-owned vehicles.