NYSUNY 2020 Updates

Read more about how UB is using funding provided by NYSUNY 2020 to offer students the very best academic programs; to hire new faculty in a variety of academic disciplines; and to spur regional economic development.

NYSUNY 2020 Newsline

  • UB Pharmacy returns to City of Buffalo with opening of Kapoor Hall

  • Techne Institute promotes research at intersections of arts and new technologies

  • Grand opening of CTRC marks medical school researchers' move downtown

  • President Tripathi updates campus and community on UB 2020 and NYSUNY 2020

  • UB rises in rank among top national universities

  • New Undergraduate Academies spotlight entrepreneurship, sustainability

  • UB welcomes 85 new faculty

  • UB selects HOK to lead design of new medical school

  • UB budget called best in decades

  • 3 E Fund focuses on critical initiatives

  • UB makes four-year graduation pledge to incoming freshmen

  • NYSUNY 2020 Challenge Grant allows UB to move ahead

  • UB receives largest gift ever from an individual donor

  • Tripathi praises signing of NYSUNY 2020 bill

  • Tripathi named co-chair of WNY Regional Economic

  • Passage of NYSUNY 2020 legislation is major achievement for UB 2020

  • Tripathi optimistic about UB 2020

  • UB, community leaders laud Cuomo for championing bill to strengthen UB, WNY

  • UB proposes plan to build downtown medical campus

  • Duffy hears update of UB 2020

  • NYSUNY 2020 funding would speed medical school move 
Editor’s note

In 2019, the SUNY Board of Trustees revoked the naming of John and Editha Kapoor Hall as well as John Kapoor's honorary degree. More information is available in the university’s News Center.

Legislative Highlights

NYSUNY 2020 implements a predictable tuition plan that allows all SUNY campuses to raise tuition up to $300 annually for five years. In support of this tuition agreement, UB has developed a strategic plan which directs revenues to initiatives that will positively impact the student experience by emphasizing academic quality, student success and affordability. Read highlights of the bill here.