SUNY at Buffalo State Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (10)
I Thought it is a good place to be independent and make friends. This is where you decide what you want to do for the rest of your life. Alot of students, change their major. It is good to join clubs and sports.
I think it was a great school. I did not like how it was hard to get specific classes and was forced to go for an extra year because classes were not available when I tried to register.
UB was culturally diverse, with mostly large classes. It, in my experience, was very research centered.
It's a nice small community. Most of the teachers are great. Unfortunately the campus has had some troubles with robbery because of some of the surrounding area.
I loved this college, small class sizes so you can really get all the help you need to learn. They are always doing construction and improving the school as well.
Wonderful master's program, full of students from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Great school with a bunch of alumni very diversified with a lot of international students from different continents.
I thought my college was an okay college to go to. Getting into some of the classes you need was tough which prolonged me being in college and having to take summer classes. There were some really great professors who truly cared about all of their students.
I loved it. The teachers were brilliant, knowledgeable, and caring. The clubs were interesting, fun, great looking on a resume, and actually worth being apart of. Every year the department also has the ability for 30-40 students to travel somewhere. Last three places have been Italy, Paris, and Italy and Greece.
Overall, I had a pleasant college experience. I had many fantastic intelligent professors and others that seemed as if they could care less. I believe the tuition system should be evaluated per student and determined by factors such as living on or off campus, participation in sports, and employment status. I don't believe students whom live off campus should have to pay for many of the services provided to students whom live on campus. As a full time worker and student the only time I was on campus was for class. I was never on campus for activities, sporting events, or any other campus happenings that I pay fees for. Colleges need to take consideration towards students who have to work for a living. Buffalo State does not! Buffalo State is not a bad school, but when it comes to administration they are lacking. Also, advisement is terrible there, most professors won't give you the time of day, and when they do the advisement given is often incorrect or unhelpful. The only good thing about Buff State is it's location.