Student Life is committed to supporting the academic and personal development of students attending the University at Buffalo.
As Interim Vice President for Student Life, Christina Hernandez, oversees the UB student experience dedicated to providing UB’s nearly 30,000 students with the support and resources they need to thrive at the university and beyond.
In January, Student Life earned the SEFA Campaign for Community Bennett Cup, the MVP award for the campus-wide United Way campaign.
An early semester visit to New York City gave students a behind the scenes experience of what it’s like to work at some of the city's top organizations.
The UB community participated in the 35th annual Oozefest, held at the mud pit on St. Rita’s Lane on North Campus.
Graduating students toasted their success at Senior Brunch, just prior to UB commencement ceremonies in May.
Veteran students earned red, white and blue chords at commencement as part of a veteran’s ceremony to recognize their service to our country.
The 2019 SLIDE trip took students to London and Paris, where they experienced different leadership styles from around the world, and explored new cultures.
Summer orientation attendees shared a word to describe what they want their UB experience to be like.
In August, President Satish Tripathi and Vice President for Student Life Scott Weber were part of 550 move-in volunteers that helped over 7,700 students check into on-campus housing.
The iconic human interlocking UB included 3,391 new students, as part of this year’s Welcome Weekend.
The Marching Band unveiled its new instruments and uniforms at the UB Football home opener against Robert Morris.
UB’s annual Homecoming and Family Weekend included a tailgate at Stampede Square and a carnival and spirit rally.
UB launched its innovative virtual food pantry program, Blue Table, to combat food insecurity issues amongst students.