Student Life

Buffalo is the second largest city in New York. Its close proximity to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Rochester, the Lake Erie waterfront, and the Finger Lakes provides extensive opportunities for sailing, bicycling, swimming, canoeing, wine tasting, and camping in the spring, summer and fall, and skiing, skating, and hockey in the winter. Arts and cultural offerings include numerous art museums and galleries including the acclaimed Albright Knox Art Gallery, outdoor music concerts and art festivals, touring Broadway productions at Shea’s Performing Arts Center, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and music venues showcasing established and up-and-coming artists in all genres.

Buffalo sports fans passionately support major professional teams in NFL football (Bills), NHL hockey (Sabres), AAA baseball (Bisons) and lacrosse (Bandits). In addition, the area has facilities for recreational tennis, basketball, golf, squash, soccer, and racquetball. The Buffalo Niagara airport is modern and convenient and offers direct flights to many locations, including New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and cities throughout Florida. 

Music & Theater

Ani DiFranco’s Babeville

Artpark

Buffalo Iron Works

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts

Irish Classical Theatre Company

Shea’s Performing Arts Center

Shakespeare in Delaware Park

Museums, Art & Architecture

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Allentown Art Festival

Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society

Buffalo Naval Park

Burchfield Penney Art Center

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House

Sports

Buffalo Bisons Baseball

Buffalo Bills Football

Buffalo Sabres Hockey

Buffalo Bandits Lacrosse

Explore the Outdoors

Buffalo and Erie Botanical Gardens

Buffalo Harbor Cruises

Buffalo River Canoe & Kayak Outfitters

Buffalo Zoo

Canalside

Delaware Park

Larkin Square

Niagara Falls