A variety of housing opportunities are available when you’re attending the School of Law.
University-owned housing is located both on and off campus, and privately owned housing is available near UB as well as in the City of Buffalo.
The University at Buffalo maintains four on-campus housing complexes for law students:
Applications for on-campus housing are available online at University Residence Halls and Apartments and are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Private apartments and homes are available near the School of Law in Amherst as well as in the City of Buffalo. You can obtain lists of apartments for rent in the community and search by location or cost by visiting Off-Campus Housing.You can also check out the “apts/housing” section of Buffalo Craigslist.
A few things to know before you begin your off-campus housing search:
If you have housing questions or concerns, contact the Admissions Office at 716-645-2907 or email@example.com.
Anyone who has maintained a domicile in New York State for at least one year before the start of the semester is considered a New York State resident for the purpose of determining the tuition rate for that semester. On-campus housing is not considered a domicile. Everyone else is presumed to be out-of-state for tuition purposes unless they demonstrate domiciliary status in accordance with guidelines adopted by the SUNY chancellor.