Accomodating student diversity
We provide an accessible space for studying, sharing interests, and developing a support network. Choose from student-run groups that involve arts and culture, political issues, cultural and ethic communities, amateur sports, gaming, media and most academic disciplines.You're sure to find like-minded people to meet up with.UB's Accessibility website provides information for employees, students and University guests about accessibility across UB.It includes information about how to ensure electronic communications are accessible to individuals who use screenreaders, how to find accessible parking at UB, how to plan for accessible meetings and events, and how to report an accessibility concern.Multicultural education is designed to prepare students for citizenship in a democratic society by teaching them to consider the needs of all individuals.It clarifies how issues of race, ethnicity, culture, language, religion, gender, and abilities/disabilities are intertwined with educational processes and content.You can find information about including a syllabus statement on how to obtain accommodations, designing course content so that it is accessible to everyone, arranging a media accessibility consultation, and more through the Accessibility Resources website.The Accessibility at UB website provides information on how to promote accessibility in your courses, as well as conferences and meetings.
To that end, OMA is committed to sponsoring academic and cocurricular programming that includes symposia, lectures, film series, and more.
A supervisor, manager or instructor can always ask an employee or student if there is anything UB can do to help.
The goal is to find solutions that enable everyone to participate in University life and to succeed.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion strives to engage and empower students, faculty and staff in their identities by implementing programs and events that foster intercultural leadership and strengthen community development.
This office will provide services that engage individuals to further develop their cultural competencies to create a campus culture that is inclusive to all.