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University at Buffalo Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

29,117 students

52% admitted

  • 24,254 full time
  • 4,863 part time
  • 12,927 men full time
  • 11,327 women full time
  • 21,895 applied
  • 11,298 admitted
  • 3,388 enrolled

19,213 Undergraduates

$5,570 tuition/year

  • 9,720 Graduates
  • 184 Non-Degree
  • $5,570 in state
  • $2,419 fees
  • $11,310 room & board
  • $1,034 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

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At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Mid East Large suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
School Mascot: Victor E. Bull
School Colors: Blue and white
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Eric from Amherst, NY
  • 0
  • Better than you'd expect. Professors aren't the best, but there are plenty of opportunities available if you want to chase them down. Success at this school is a…

  • Jan-07-2012 Read More
  • Melissa from Burt, NY
  • 0
  • Unbelievably organized with helping students out. The website is simple to use and very convenient. A complicated but beautiful campus with very, very helpful staff. …

  • Jun-29-2013 Read More
  • McCray
  • 0
  • buffalo has a college-like environment. the teachers are there for you and the dorm view is amazing. the city life isn't too bad neither. …

  • Mar-01-2012 Read More
  • Nicole from Tappan, NY
  • 0
  • The University at Buffalo is a great place to get an education, and for those of you who are in-state its the best value for your money! Don't know what…

  • Apr-11-2012 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 4
  • Angelica from Brooklyn, NY
  • Nov-13-2011 I am a current student here

    The students are pretty nice here. There are a lot of foreign exchange students; the student body seems pretty diverse. Although the school is located in a rather rural area, the student union really goes out of their way to create activities to keep people doing something.

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  • 5
  • Michelle from Brooklyn, NY
  • Jul-27-2011 I am a current student here

    Being here is amazing. The environment is filled with a ton of great people and things to do. The campus is comfortably built and everything is always readily available at almost all hours.

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  • 5
  • Genessis from Bronx, NY
  • Jul-06-2011 I am a current student here

    There is always something going on at UB. Whether it is the abundance of clubs, the big seasonal events, the selections of places to eat, or the overwhelming amount of people, UB will most likely keep you busy.

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  • 3
  • Deanna from Scotia, NY
  • May-18-2011 I am a current student here

    This school is fairly large and meeting people can be difficult. UB has a north and south campus, there are fewer people living on south. Incoming freshman typically live in the dorms on north campus where it is arguably easier to meet people because everyone is thrown together in one complex. On south campus, however, there are less people and the dorm buildings are more broken up. There are several ways to meet new people: joining school clubs, participating in school activities, joining fraternities and sororities. The night life in Buffalo is pretty good. There are several bars and clubs that are only 18 to enter. UB also offers activities every Friday night through the student association which can also be a lot of fun. There have been numerous times that i come to school or leave my building to find random and fun events set up. Some of these events included: a BBQ with free food, a UB Idol event with a stage set up, and a bouncy bounce obstacle course with free balloon animals. There is always free pizza available on Wednesdays for hump day. These are just a few of the random activities that UB sponsors to make sure that each day has something fun and exciting to offer students.

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