Your adviser is listed in Degree Works.
Advising is available through the Social Work department. Click here for information about your social work adviser.
If you have not been accepted into the social work program yet, you can get advising assistance through Academic Advising.
Drop-In advising is available to any students. For information, click here.
The Counseling Center can offer support if you are struggling with alcohol or drug use.
Buffalo State College recognized students that display academic excellence. For information about this program, click here. The Social Work program also has a local chapter of Phi Alpha, the National Social Work Honor Society.
The Career Development Center can help you with your resume, cover letter, and job search.
For information on Financial Aid, please check out their web site.
Many students experience food insecurity. Buffalo State College does have a food pantry on campus. Check out their web site for more information on how to acces this service.
Several opportunities are available on campus for students to learn about leadership and steo into leadership roles. These opportunities offer a great experience and can be a resume builder too! Click here to view current opportunities.
Many college students experience unhealthy dating relationships. The Counseling Center can provide support and referrals to additional services.
Buffalo State College offers scholarship opportunties, click here for more information.
There are over 80 student clubs and organizations on campus- check out the list & get involved!
Student Accesibility Services ensures students receive academic accomodations and support.
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