See why we’re New York’s No. 1 public.
UB is New York’s largest public university, one of America’s leading research universities and a flagship in the SUNY system.
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- 32,347 students
- 22,306 undergraduate
- 10,041 graduate
- 52% men, 48% women
- 48 states represented, 102 countries represented
- Top 30 in enrolling the largest number of international students.
- 14:1 student-faculty ratio.
- Starting in their first year, 100% of UB students can get involved in research, service or experiential learning.
- The UB alumni network has 280,000+ accomplished individuals across 150 countries. (150,000+ in New York State alone!)
- 1,000+ study abroad options across seven continents.
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A view of the main entrance for One World Café, UB’s state-of-the-art international eatery currently under construction. Rendering courtesy of CannonDesign.
Three campuses, unlimited possibilities.
UB is a top 40 university in a top city in which to attend college, and with more than 1,300 acres across three unique campuses, there is always something new to explore. Regular shuttle service takes students between North Campus and South Campus, and the Downtown Campus is easily accessible by Metro Rail. Learn more about our campuses:
UB’s bustling North Campus, the site of most of the university’s core academic programs, covers more than 1,192 acres and includes 11 residence halls, five apartment complexes, the UB Stadium and more. North Campus is located in Amherst, N.Y., which is consistently ranked one of the safest cities in the nation.
The picturesque South Campus, located three miles from North Campus in a residential section of Buffalo, was the university’s first home. Here, ivy-covered buildings and a historic bell tower complement new research and teaching facilities.
Home of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biological Sciences, UB’s Downtown Campus aligns medicine, research and clinical care with local hospitals and research partners—right in the heart of the city’s medical corridor.
Last updated: August 11, 2021 1:33 pm EST