About our Buildings and Programs
Named for the man who picked the site for the City of Buffalo, the Ellicott Complex is the largest housing complex at the University at Buffalo. Housing 3,200 students in rooms and suites of all sizes, the complex can feel like a small city. Included in the complex are multiple dining halls, a food court, convenience store, faculty offices, classrooms, fitness center, and the Residence Halls and Apartments central offices.
The complex is divided into six residence halls, each with multiple high-rise towers. The entire complex is connected at the second level with an elevated terrace, and on the first floor by the Millard Fillmore Academic Center. The six buildings of the Ellicott complex are named after historical figures in Western New York. View Photos Now
Named in honor of New York State's Governors, the Governors Complex is the smaller of two north campus residence hall complexes. The complex is divided into four identical interconnected buildings, each named for a famous New York Governor.
The Governor's complex features a dining hall, late night cafe, fitness center, Jones Academic Success Center, computer center, and multiple study lounges. The Governorís complex is located across the street from the Academic Spine, on the west side of campus. View Photos Now
The South Campus or Main Street Campus is The University at Buffalo's original campus. This campus is located in an urban area with supermarkets, a move theater, and restaurants across the street. South campus has its own Metro station, for quick public transportation to downtown Buffalo.
On South Campus you will find two high-rise residence halls, Goodyear and Clement. Goodyear and Clement are where you will find South Campus' residential dining hall, fitness center, and area office. View Photos Now
Named for the 13th President of UB, Greiner Hall is the newest housing complex at UB. Construction was completed in 2011 and this state-of-the-art building features suite style rooms for up to 600 sophomore/2nd year students. Additionally, it is air conditioned and has a cafe, business center, as well as many lounges and study spaces.
Back at the North Campus, you will find five apartment complexes for upperclass and graduate students. These complexes, or villages, are named for their locations on campus, and provide a wide variety of apartment living options. The apartments provide a modern, safe, and convenient housing option for University Students.
Apartment sizes and costs vary, and some communities are reserved for specific groups like undergraduate or graduate students, and students with their families. In all complexes, you will find modern kitchens and common areas, multiple bathrooms, and laundry in or near each unit. Click to overview apartment complexes.