Counseling Services promotes the personal well-being and academic success of students by providing brief mental health services, educational programs, crisis intervention, and campus community consultation.
UB’s Reasonable Accomodation Policy provides a procedure for requesting accommodations for a disability or medical condition. Please contact Student Affairs for more questions regarding disability accomodations.
UB is committed to ensuring a welcoming and safe environment for all members of the UB community, including our LGBTQ students, faculty, staff and community members. The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) can provide you with support, information and assistance.
Although not listed as a current VA Yellow Ribbon participant, UB proudly offers students tuition benefits commensurable to those of the Yellow Ribbon program.
The VA Yellow Ribbon Program generally provides additional funding for students who are charged out-of-state tuition. Provisions in the Veteran Access to Care Act of 2014 require all public universities, such as UB, to offer in-state tuition to honorably discharged veterans and eligible dependents. Students must submit the Residency Application for New York State Tuition Purposes—Military form to the Student Accounts office in order to receive this benefit.
Your University Police strive to provide police services that meet the specialized needs of our diverse and vibrant university community. Our key services include emergency response, crime prevention, criminal investigation and personal safety education. We are an internationally accredited police agency.
Here, you’ll find information and links to resources available throughout UB, including parking and transportation information, health and wellness services, housing information and much more.
UB offers multiple different religious clubs that students can join to feel more connected to others and be able to practice their religion away from home.
Master’s degree students can also get support from UB’s Graduate School.