As a member of our larger UB community, you are eligible to enjoy numerous discounts and perks offered by various outside vendors, as well as departments within the University. Some discounts depend upon your affiliation with the University.
Need to buy computer equipment or software? UBMicro is UB’s own computer supply store. Educational and other special discounts make UBMicro the best source for your computing needs. Visit their website by clicking here.
Our Libraries of more than 3.6 million volumes are augmented by extensive digital resources including full-text electronic journals, databases, historical and research electronic collections, as well as media, and world-renowned special collections.
There are several “cybraries,” located in the Libraries, which provide you with access to over 500 public computer workstations and software. Our Libraries staff includes specialists in many subject disciplines and information and computer technologies. For more information, download the Libraries Fact Sheet, or visit http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries.
Arts & Sciences Library
The Arts & Sciences Libraries (ASL) were created in response to the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of teaching and research at the University at Buffalo.
Subject areas covered by ASL include the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, management sciences, communication, engineering, education, architecture, planning, and both the fine and applied arts.
Health Sciences Library
The Health Sciences Library (HSL) provides services to meet the information needs of the instructional, research and clinical programs in the Schools of Dental Medicine, Health Related Professions, Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Nursing, and Pharmacy.
The Law Library occupies six floors in the center of the Law School. Our services and research collections are carefully tailored to meet the research instruction needs of UB's Law students. Our beautiful facility, often referred to as “the heart of the Law School” provides a comfortable, modern setting that is very conducive to the study of law.
The Music Library is located in Baird Hall on the North Campus. The Music Library's primary mission is to support the instructional and research needs of the UB Music Department. It also provides support to disciplines which intersect with music--dance, anthropology, American studies, theatre, and information and library studies--and serves the music information needs of Western New York's arts community.
UB is in the process of building a new Special Collections website that will help you locate Special Collections materials, our photocopy, scanning and digital cameras policies, contact information, online exhibits and more.
Teaching and Learning Center
The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC), located in Capen Hall, is dedicated to curricular research and development at the University at Buffalo. The TLC staff helps faculty and other UB instructors to design instructional technology applications and to develop Web-based and multimedia courses. TLC services consolidate UB-IT development efforts, encourage faculty-IT collaborations, and provide university-wide access to the latest equipment, software, and support.
Center For The Arts
The Center for the Arts at the University at Buffalo is a non-profit organization that presents a wide range of high quality performing arts and visual arts for the University, Western New York and beyond; augments the academic activities of the Departments of Art, Media Study, Theatre & Dance, Music, and the University Gallery; presents enriched educational and cultural opportunities through outreach and community service; and manages a multi-purpose setting for University and community events. Visit the CFA's website to purchase tickets
for events held at the Center.
The Center for the Arts' professional facilities and services are available for rent to on-campus departments and groups, community organizations and commercial presenters. Reservations are taken up to 1 year in advance.
Nearly 200,000 people attend over 400 events held annually at the Center for the Arts. The Center's 4theatres (ranging from 1,748 to 150 seats) and Atrium are capable of accommodating a wide array of special events such as performances, lectures, conferences, festivals, trade shows, receptions and sit-down dinners, at competitive market-based rental rates. To help you with your event planning, you can view the Center's rental information