Students: speak out! Join a UBIT/Libraries virtual input session

UB students gather for an class at NSC on North Campus.

Photographer: Douglas Levere

Published January 31, 2024

What challenges are you facing this semester? Has UB given you the tools you need to get the job done? Let us know: join our virtual input session on February 21. 


Your input will help us build and deliver better technology for students like you, trying to learn in-person, online or anywhere between. We hope you'll help us make the student experience better at UB.

The session will be held virtually on Zoom on Wednesday, February 21 from 3-4 p.m. Space is limited. Students who participate will be entered to win a gaming monitor.

Students tell us

UBIT and University Libraries rely on student feedback to guide how we invest in technology and resources for students. In the past, students have told us how we can improve the Wi-Fi, offer better tech support and communication about new and changing technology at UB.

A student input session yielded the idea for Tech Squad, a student-focused tech support team that meets busy students anywhere on campus.

In the past, students have also provided feedback that led to ultrawide monitors for your laptop in Silverman, a major upgrade of campus Wi-Fi and more.

UBIT also reaches out to students for input through its annual Student Experience Survey, regular meetings with student clubs and leadership, and other events.