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99% of UB students receive grant or scholarship aid.*
*Based on fall 2023 data.
With our 16:1 student to faculty ratio, our uplifting, supportive culture ensures you never feel like a number.*
Softball and Teeth — Surviving Cancer and Getting Back in the Game
They say that playing a sport builds character, but UB’s Kaite Burawski shows us that sometimes it’s character that builds champions. Her remarkable journey began long before she faced the unimaginable.
Alumna Wins Prestigious Milken Educator Award
Ashley Dunne fell in love with music in elementary school. From a young age, it was in the music classroom that she felt safest and most connected to her educational experiences.
Player-Driven Empowerment: Coach Krunch’s Impact on Decision-Making
Coach Kranthi “Krunch” Senadhi sits in his office in Hubbell Gymnasium, talking about the sport he loves. The sound of basketballs bouncing on the polished wood of the gym floor echoes down the halls and through the door.
Finance Students Place in the Top 5% of the World in a Global Trading Challenge
Students in professor Congsheng Wu’s Financial Derivatives and Risk Management class recently demonstrated their prowess by securing 11th place in the CME Group University Trading Challenge.
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