Students are welcome to use the following classrooms--and their access to the campus internet network--to do their academic work. These classrooms do not have classes assigned to them this semester, so students can use the spaces whenever the buildings are open to stay on top of their class assignments. No reservations are needed to use the space, however the classrooms are available on a first come, first studying basis!
Bacon Hall: 202, 204, 217, 225
Bulger Hall: 427
Caudell Hall: 123, 222, 233
Classroom Building: A212, B209, B319, B320, C116, C302, C313
Houston Gym: 214
Ketchum Hall: 106, 315
Rockwell Hall: 303, 306, 307
Science and Math Center (SAMC): 173, 176
Connect directly with professor and advisers.
Communicating with faculty is always important for students to do, and to do well. Effective communication is even more critical during the unusual circumstances created by COVID-19, including remote instruction.
Many articles and videos can be found on the web for students that share guidance about communicating effectively with professors and how to engage in crucial conversations when you need to talk about sensitive or difficult subjects.
Please review these resources, organize your thoughts, and contact your faculty as soon as possible when you have a question or concern.
A “communication hierarchy” helps students talk to the right person at the right time.
At Buffalo State, the communication hierarchy for courses is: the instructor, the department chair responsible for offering course, the Dean’s Office responsible for department offering course, the Provost’s office, and finally—if all other levels have failed to address your concern—the President’s office.
Get answers to your academic questions and address your academic concerns:
Grievances and Appeals
Buffalo State has two main procedures to address seemingly unresolvable issues related to academic matters:
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