The Special Interest Council uses an educational, social, cultural or recreational approach to look at various religious, political and social justice organizations. It also facilitates the interests of students that want to be involved in community service. These clubs showcase their interests through educational meetings, guest speakers, cultural events and social activities. All Student Association clubs are open to all Undergraduate Student and welcome people of varying viewpoints to join.
Undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of the right to physical and mental integrity freedom of conscience and expression and freedom from discrimination within the context of its work to promote all human rights. Promote good will and justice among the people struggling against political judicial religious economical social cultural or emotional abuse.
The purpose of this organization is oriented towards familiarizing Army ROTC at UB and increasing visibility of Army ROTC on campus.
Encourage UB students faculty and staff to develop their full potential as Christians in today's world and society.
To establish a community of those interested in learning about Buddhism at UB. To study Buddhism and contribute to the UB community.
The purpose of UB Car Club is to provide an environment for enthusiasts and lovers of cars to meet and share their mutual enjoyment of automobiles. As a club, we will primarily offer a forum for connection building amongst members so that they can share in their common interest with fellow students.
Provide service to the College and community the opportunity for leadership and training on district and international levels.
We are a political and social club at UB dedicated to Liberal ideals and political discussion/debate. We engage in volunteering. In addition we have many social outings such as camping road trips and day trips.
Promote principles of the Republican party among members of the school campus and community. Educate students about the Republican Ideal. Develop political skills and leadership abilities.
The purpose of Fashion SA is to create a space were the students of the University at Buffalo can express themselves through fashion. just like art and music fashion is a form of self expression and students can use this association as a forum to do that.
We are an activist group on campus promoting female education in third world countries in the hopes to alleviate poverty in the future. We are based on raising funds and awareness through our club meetings and events.
Introduce and present gospel music on campus. Complement the offerings of the Music Department.
Preserve and promote Jewish identity dignity and pride. Address problems affecting Jewish culture. Overcome stereotypes. Promote Jewish leadership through education.
Korean Folk Art Club also known as So-Ri-Mo-Ri focuses on promoting traditional and modern Korean folk art through practicing and learning Korean traditional farm dance known as Poong-Mul. Our main goal is to reach people with a part of Korean culture and through that we want people to learn and experience the unity of our club with us. KFAC makes many performances throughout the year: International Fiesta Club Fair Asian Bazaar KSA Korean Night and many more. We have also performed in other schools such as SUNY Binghamton Syracuse University Colgate University and some for the Buffalo community. In 1996 KFAC was recognized as permanent Student Association club; however it has over 15 years of history. Even in this time period KFAC has been very active and searching for the connection to other schools. Every Wednesday and Saturday KFAC holds meetings practicing Poong-mul and we have many other diverse activities and events throughout the year.
Lesbian/Gay and Bisexual Transgender Alliance. Establish a safe space on campus to facilitate understanding among all students; provide an organization sympathetic to concerns.
Promote and strengthen cultural ties among Muslim students at UB. Support activities and better understanding and cooperation in the University and community.
Pagan SA exists to provide undergrads with Pagan interests with a safe community to learn and grow give back to the local and Pagan community and to expell negative misconception.
To promote and bring awareness of contemporary Slavic politics. To also hold a platform so that all people can discuss and evaluate the current climate of one of the most powerful regions of the world.
UB Pastafarians is a club dedicated to promoting the history of satirical culture and science by paralleling contemporary and historical mainstream and satirical philosophies through collegiate community events as well as through investment in public and private schools through direct spaking events.
To bring together and train aviation enthusiasts in a virtual environment as well as help each other understand aviation as a discipline and a hobby.
This club will provide a place for intelligent discussion of the various aspects of science-fiction and fantasy. Members will be able to meet and discuss current events, interesting topics and debatable issues that are relevant to the science-fiction or fantasy community.
Activities: Bhangra Night Cricket Tournament Chai Night Sikh SA social dinner. The mission of SIKH SA is to foster the expansion and dissemination of knowledge efficacy and appreciation of SIKH culture throughout the Student Association and the University at Buffalo community at large.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth.
To raise awareness and educate about Palestine to the students faculty clubs and community members.
Peacefully spread awareness and respect for the dignity of human life from natural conception through natural death.
True Blue provides services to the University at Buffalo in attempts to bring consistency and improvement to the attendance of the student sections at University athletic events. in doing so, this organization will attempt to make the athletic events a fun atmosphere while showing support for the athletic teams
Goals and Aims 1. To celebrate and educate on Israeli culture through food music cinema technology etc. 2. To promote a wide variety of programs relating to social cultural and political aspects of Israel. 3. To advocate for Israels right to exist as a Jewish democratic state.
We understand feminism, in the words of bell hooks, as "a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression". Our purpose is to educate the UB undergraduate community about gender justice and feminism, through community-building, discussions, and social activities encouraging critical approaches to gender in everyday life.
Educate the community regarding international issues; assist underprivileged through activism and fund raising. Activities: Community Service Model UN Speakers. Meetings weekly.
To engage in activities that relate to the general principles set forth by Young American for Freedom, a project of the Young America's Foundation. To provide and environment for the students of UB to learn about United States history, the United States Constitution, individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise and traditional American values.
Yal BUffalo is a Libertarian Club. It is the University at Buffalo chapter of the National Libertarian activist organization. Young Americans for Liberty. Yal Buffalo seeks to educate and mobilize students to help further the Libertarian political ideology.