If you are a current student interested in studying abroad, please visit the website of International Education for more information. On this site you will find facts regarding semester long and short term programs. Links to safety information and emergency protocols are provided as well.
Students who are interested in taking ESL classes prior to admission to a Buffalo State program, or students seeking ESL only, please visit the Intensive English Language Institute page for more information or to fill out an application.
Students who are interested in an exchange opportunity to another collegiate institution within the United States and Canada, please visit the website of International Education to learn about the participating campuses and the application process.
The Global Ambassador Program for Fall 2018 is an opportunity for international students to be mentored by Buffalo State peers. This program allows support for the cultural transition to college life in the US. Email Tricia Herritt , Director, for more information email@example.com.
The following resources are available to all registered students. Please use the list below for assistance and contact the Center for Global Engagement, South Wing 410, 716-878-5331 with any questions.
Academic Commons - Advising & Tutoring
Location: South Wing 100
Telephone: (716) 878-4041
Butler Library – Student account information (email, wifi, etc.)
Location: Information Commons BUTL 157A
Telephone: (716) 878-4357
Location: Grover Cleveland 306
Telephone: (716) 878-5811
Location: Weigel Health Center – 2nd Floor
Telephone: (716) 878-4436
Location: Butler 157B
Telephone: (716) 878-3655
Location: South Wing 120
Telephone: (716) 878-4500
Location: Houston Gym
Campbell Student Union Room 400
Kristen Helling: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Location: Student Union – 4th Floor
Telephone: (716) 878-4631
Location: Chase Hall – Room 110
Telephone: (716) 878-6333
Location: Weigel Health Center
Telephone: (716) 878-6711
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