Student Life Office
Campbell Student Union 400
The Student Life Office provides experiences which enhance students’ co-curricular life on campus. Student Life. Whether through campus activities such as Weeks of Welcome or Union Bash; advisement of clubs and organization or the development of specialized programs such as mentor programs, leadership workshops or mentoring programs. The staff is here to assist our Buffalo State students in gaining the most of the co-curricular experience on campus. Opportunities for students to participate in more than 80 recognized student organizations, student leadership roles, campus committees, United Students Government, community service programs, and educational programs collectively enhance the campus community as well as the collegiate experience for each student.
The Student Life Office encompasses the following areas: campus activities, including Weeks of Welcome and Union Bash; Greek Life, overseeing many fraternities and sororities; leadership development series; and specialized programs for commuter students. The office also coordinates the nationally recognized NIA Mentor Program, which pairs incoming students of color with faculty and staff mentors as well as peer mentors for year-long relationships. Student Life collaborates with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community leaders to provide innovative and purposeful programs to prepare students for a diverse and changing world.