We’re looking forward to seeing you this fall, either virtually or here on campus. Start here to learn how you can help ensure a safer campus experience – together. New information will be posted here when available, so please check back often.
Help our community stay safer and decrease the spread of COVID-19 by making these behaviors part of your routine.
Here are some simple ways to keep a healthy physical distance between you and others, to reduce your risk of COVID-19 infection.
UB Parking & Transportation has implemented several practices to ensure passengers of buses and shuttles can be safely spaced apart.
Rear-Door Boarding on the UB Stampede
Temporarily, all passengers riding the UB Stampede buses will enter and exit from the rear door for the safety of our drivers until such time as protective barriers can be installed on each bus.
Here are some tips for preventing the spread of COVID-19 from touching potentially contaminated surfaces. Be mindful of touching commonly touched surfaces or shared items. When possible, touch these surfaces with a barrier such as a paper towel. Commonly touched surfaces can include:
Wash hands frequently and thoroughly (20 seconds) using soap and warm water.
We all need to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. Here are some quick tips for keeping your personal spaces disinfected:
Bring your favorite face mask(s) to campus, then pick up your new, reusable UB face mask when the semester starts. Please check back later for information about mask distribution sites and additional guidelines for wearing masks.
New information about COVID-19 symptoms is being confirmed often. As of this writing, common COVID-19 symptoms include the following. Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus. Please be sure to check the CDC website for the latest known COVID-19 Symptoms.
People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
Make sure you’re taking care of your mental health and wellness, too. See the Keep Thriving tab for more information.
The UB community is strong, smart and determined—Bulls through and through.
Being a part of this community requires that everyone take the necessary steps to protect themselves and others.
All UB students, faculty, staff and guests are asked to demonstrate their shared commitment by pledging to follow these guidelines at all times and in all circumstances while on campus.
Together, we are making a difference. These are some of the departments that can answer your questions, and help you keep moving forward.
Several student services areas, have content dedicated to assisting parents/families of current UB students:
UB’s goal is to continue to deliver the best educational and research programs possible while protecting the health and safety of our university community from COVID-19. View campus-wide announcements: