The State University College at Buffalo, also known as Buffalo State College, Buffalo State, or simply Buff State, is a public college in Buffalo, New York, United States that is part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system. Buffalo State College was founded in 1871 as the Buffalo Normal School to train teachers.
Buffalo State is a diverse and inclusive college committed to the intellectual, personal, and professional growth of its students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Buffalo State’s mission is to empower students to succeed and to inspire a lifelong passion for learning. Buffalo State is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, service, scholarship, creative activity, and cultural enrichment.


Popular Areas of Study*

Art Education
Arts and Letters
Business Administration
Career and Technical Education
Childhood Education
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Early Childhood and Childhood
Earth Sciences

Electrical Engineering
English Education
Exceptional Education and
Childhood Special Education
Forensic Chemistry
Graphic Design
Health and Wellness
Hospitality Administration
Industrial Technology
Interior Design
Mechanical Engineering

Media Production
Music Education
Political Science
Public Communication
Smart Grid Electrical
Social Work
Speech Pathology
Television and Film

*Full list of all majors and minors, undergraduate and graduate:

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate  61 5.5
Graduate 79 6.0

Tuition & Fees

Annual Cost of Attendance for International Students*

 Type  On campus Off campus
 Tuition and fees  $17,626  $17,626
 Residence hall (shared room)  $7,782  N/A
 Local apartment  N/A  $5,000
 Meal plan  $5,200  N/A
 Meals  N/A  $2,250
 Health insurance  $1,414  $1,414
 Books and supplies  $1,038  $1,038
 Miscellaneous expenses  $1,500  $1,500
Total costs $34,560 $28,828

Approximate costs. Costs are subject to change. Please visit for the most current info.


International Student Scholarships

In an effort to recognize outstanding academic achievement, Buffalo State offers an International Student Scholarship to incoming fall freshmen who meet two out of three criteria:
A. 88% high school average or higher
B. 1140 or higher (Evidenced-based reading and writing + math) SAT score or 23 or higher composite ACT score
C. 79 TOEFL iBT/6.5 IELTS score or higher
The award is $1,000 for the year and is non-renewable but stackable with our Merit-based Scholarships.
Incoming fall transfer students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and who have earned a minimum of 30 earned credit hours would receive $1,000 for the year.
In the fall semester, the student would receive $500 and if they earn a 3.25 GPA or higher in their first semester at Buffalo State, they will receive the additional $500 for the spring semester.

Merit-Based Scholarships

International students are also eligible for our Presidential and Provost scholarships provided they meet the minimum required high school average and standardized test scores (ACT/SAT), and more scholarship opportunities are available for current and newly accepted first-year and transfer students. These scholarships are based on specific criteria, including academic merit, financial need, field of study, or a combination of criteria. Scholarship funding is made possible through donations from alumni and friends of the college who value a Buffalo State education. For more information, visit:


International Deadlines

Spring               November 15
Summer           March 15
Fall                  June 15

International students are required to apply by the department deadline or the international deadline, whichever comes first. A dealine list is at:

Living in Buffalo, New York

In the early 1900s, Buffalo was a beacon of industry; located on Lake Erie, Buffalo was a hub of transport for goods between the East Coast and the Midwest. The Great Depression sparked the slow decline of Buffalo`s lofty economic status, but the region is now once again on the rise.
Today, a rapidly developing waterfront and one of the nation`s most advanced medical corridors, located in the heart of downtown, are just two signs that this Rust Belt area is experiencing a renaissance. An increasing number of new businesses are benefitting from partnerships with the local government. Also, the region has seen increased development including the waterfront HarborCenter hockey center.
Buffalo has a neighborly feel to it. Residents can gather in local pubs or top-tier restaurants. Tree-lined avenues connect residents to each other, and traffic is more manageable in the region than in larger metro areas like New York City. And Buffalo is only 20 miles away from an international tourism destination: Niagara Falls. As for those long winters, there`s excellent skiing less than an hour from downtown.


You’ll never get bored at Buffalo State!
Buffalo is the second largest city in the state of New York. As SUNY’s only urban four-year college, Buffalo State has a mission that grows directly from our location. The best way to learn about life at SUNY Buffalo State is to experience it in person! We have many visit options for you to choose from.
Accessible by car or bus, the campus is approximately 20 minutes from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.
You can learn more about the campus life at:

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