Buffalo Campus Buildings

Enrollment (Fall 2012)

  • Total full-time enrollment: 2307
  • Total part time enrollment: 280
  • Total full time undergraduate: 1618
  • Total part time undergraduate: 185
  • Total full time graduate: 689
  • Total part time graduate: 95
  • Resident students: 371
  • Average class size: 17
  • Student to faculty ratio: 14:1

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Buffalo Campus
18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
(716) 880-2000
(800) 292-1582

Rochester Campus
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 272-0030
(866) 212-2235

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Buffalo Campus Buildings

Buffalo Campus signsLooking for a specific building? A complete listing of the facilities on our Buffalo campus is available, or read on to see the buildings by their categories: admissions, academics, administrative, recreational and residences.

Admissions HouseAdmissions House

This building greets visitors as they enter campus, and serves as a starting point for prospective students as they begin their campus tour. More >>

Huber HallAcademic Facilities

In additional to formal classroom spaces in three inter-connected buildings (Huber Hall, the Main Building, and the Downey Science Center), some courses are held in departmental houses on Humboldt Avenue. More >>

Main Building exteriorAdministrative Buildings

The Buffalo campus houses administrative functions of the College, including academic services, student affairs and athletics, business and finance, human resources, and institutional advancement. More >>

Sullivan Center exteriorRecreational Facilities

Our growing residential population has driven the need for on-campus facilities like our dining hall, athletics and workout areas, and lounge areas. More >>

South Residence HallResidence Halls

Two large-structure residence halls, North and South, house nearly 400 students, and three apartment-style houses on Humboldt Ave. are available for juniors and seniors. More >>

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