UB is poised to continue its rise as one of the nation's top public research universities.
UB has set a course for excellence across the university's academic endeavors, research and scholarship, and in the education of students.
By doing so, UB will rise even further in the ranks of the AAU, situating itself among the Top 25 public research universities in the nation in the next decade.
As part of its Top 25 Ambition, UB is continuing to enhance the university's physical infrastructure, creating an even more robust living-learning environment. Moving forward, the plan includes building new residence halls, reimagining library spaces and completing the Heart of the Campus initiative.
On the historic South Campus, UB is progressing on its plan to develop an academic hub for the university's professional schools. This entails relocating both the Graduate School of Education and the School of Social Work, in their entirety, from the North Campus; creating a health sciences complex; and demolishing temporary and vacant buildings to restore the design originally envisioned by master Buffalo architect E.B. Green.
On the downtown campus, UB continues to build out the Academic Health Center—anchored by the recently relocated Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences—to create a world-class destination for medical education, research and clinical care.