Congratulations on your acceptance and welcome! You earned a seat at the University at Buffalo because of your potential—to develop your future, to help shape UB, and to contribute your unique gifts to our larger society. This is UB’s tradition of excellence, and we’re so proud that you’re part of it.
With 30 departments, 16 academic programs and 23 centers and institutes, the College offers more academic options than any other unit on campus. You’ll have the resources of a major research institution – like cutting-edge facilities and faculty at the forefront of their fields – as well as the support of a small university setting where your individual needs are recognized and respected.
Learning by doing is the key to our students' success. In the College of Arts and Sciences, we encourage our students to take advantage of the life-changing opportunities happening around them every day.
Experiential learning opportunities let you apply your knowledge and insight within real-world contexts outside the classroom. You'll gain a heightened sense of civic responsibility, sharpen your critical thinking skills and share your unique talents, interests and passions.
These opportunities — which are typically under the mentorship of researchers, faculty and community leaders — may include internships, volunteer assignments, part-time jobs, clinical experiences, faculty-mentored research and faculty-mentored engagement projects.
Have your planner ready, because at UB, you’ll never be bored. With three expansive campuses, 600+ student clubs and organizations for every interest, and UB spirit felt everywhere, how could you be?
With a vibrant, welcoming community and nods from Travel + Leisure magazine as one of America’s Favorite Cities and America’s Friendliest City, Buffalo is a great place to spend your college years.
April 10 and 23
In-person Accepted Student Day Tours
Few things in life are more challenging – or exhilarating – than beginning your college career. The College of Arts and Sciences invites you to contact us with any questions or concerns that arise during the enrollment process.