The University at Buffalo and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) are committed to providing our students with the resources necessary to be healthy and successful.
We encourage all UB students to actively utilize health and wellness resources. Equal access to these services is guaranteed regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status, veteran status, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction.
Students in STEM majors, including engineering and computer science, pursue demanding academic and extracurricular opportunities. Students must balance these tasks with various aspects of college life, which may include living away from home, learning time management skills, and taking care of mental health and wellness needs.
When faced with both rigorous academics and drastic lifestyle changes, it is common for college students to experience various degrees of stress. Whether you’re concerned about your grades, your friends, or a personal crisis, we’re here to help you.
Counseling Services can help with emotional issues, stress, crisis management and much more to support mental wellness through a variety of services.
|North Campus |
120 Richmond Quadrangle
|South Campus |
202 Michael Hall
For after-hours emergencies that require counseling, call University Police at (716) 645-2222 and ask for the counselor on call.
Health Services provides high-quality medical services and patient education for all UB students, including primary care, preventative treatment and specialty services.
3435 Main Street
For after-hours triage and health care advice, call (716) 829-3316
For members of the SEAS community, this page provides a list of campus resources, Western New York community resources and contact information if reasonable accommodation is needed.
Accessibility Resources coordinates reasonable accommodations for equitable access to UB for students with disabilities.
60 Capen Hall
University Police strive to provide police services that meet the specialized needs of our diverse and vibrant university community. Key services include emergency response, crime prevention, criminal investigation and personal safety education.
For on-campus emergencies call: (716) 645-2222 or use a blue light phone
For off-campus or downtown emergencies: call 911
Crisis Services of Erie County is the most comprehensive crisis center in upstate New York.
24 Hour Crisis Hotline: (716) 834-3131
24 Hour Addiction Hotline: (716) 831-7007
Student Conduct and Advocacy helps maintain a safe campus by enforcing rules and regulations, managing conduct, and providing support resources to UB students.
9 Norton Hall
The SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education provides academic advisement for all undergraduate SEAS students. Located in 410 Bonner Hall, students can schedule advisement meetings by stopping into our office or by calling (716) 645 -2775. We are dedicated to promoting student success by fostering trusting relationships with students and campus partners. We work to strengthen the confidence, dignity, potential, and unique nature of each individual within the academic setting. As student-centered advisors, our holistic approach to supporting students may span personal, social, financial, emotional, cultural, and ethnic spheres, and we often make referrals to additional offices on campus to help students: