Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April 2015)
Every April UB recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness Month as a time to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate and inspire our community to prevent it, and provide support for members of our community who have experienced it.
Sexual Violence is a major public health, human rights, and social justice issue. We need everyone's help to end it. Thank you for getting involved and supporting our efforts toward a safer campus and a brighter future.
Snacking Tuesdays, 2/3 - 5/5 (Except on 3/17)
Tuesdays 1-3 pm
114 Student Union
Try new foods and tastes for free! Get inspired to make your own. Eat colorful, seasonal food. Learn easy ways to save money, time, and eat better!
Do You Want to Quit Smoking?
Spring 2015 Quit Clinics, 1/29 - 5/8 (Except on 3/19 & 3/20)
Thursdays & Fridays: 11 am - 2 pm
114 Student Union
Student Wellness Team is offering FREE nicotine replacement consultations and education about healthy ways to stop smoking. Sponsored by the Student Wellness Team, as part of the UBreathe Free Initiative.
Prevent Risk Associated with Alcohol and Other Drugs
Substance abuse can negatively impact a student's educational experience. If you think that any of your students may be having a problem with alcohol of other substances, please reach out to a member of the Student Wellness Team.
Don't Cancel That Class Program
UB Faculty Member:
Called away on business? Attending a conference? Family obligations?
Don't cancel that class!
Donate Your Old Cell Phone
The HopeLine phone recycling program is an exclusive program that uses wireless services and equipment to assist victims in emergency domestic violence situations. HopeLine collects wireless phones that are no longer being used. The used phones are either refurbished and recycled or sold. With the funds raised from the sale of the refurbished phones, Verizon Wireless will purchase wireless phones and donate airtime to victims of domestic violence through human services and law enforcement agencies.
If you or someone you know is a victim of abuse, assault, or violence, or if you or someone you know has survived rape, sexual assault, family violence, intimate partner violence, or elder abuse, you can call Crisis Services any time at 716-834-3131 to speak with a counselor. On campus you can call the UB Police for help at 645-2837, and Counseling Services at 645-2720.
HopeLine Collection Sites:
- Wellness Education Services - 114 Student Union
- Health Education & Human Services - Hayes Annex Suite 5
- Blake Academic Success Center - 167 MFAC , Ellicott Complex
- The UB Libraries