About the Undergraduate Learning and Community Center

Located in the lower level of Jacobs Management Center, the Undergraduate Learning and Community Center is a destination for School of Management undergrads to connect with their peers and develop skills for lifelong success.

A Place to Gather

From the moment they step on campus, our undergraduates become part of the School of Management community. The new center offers a bright, colorful space dedicated exclusively to them, to help undergrads feel at home at UB. In the Frank and Marilyn Clement Undergraduate Community Hub, students can socialize with friends, work on group projects or study individually.

A Place to Learn

With three state-of-the-art classrooms for first-year seminars and other undergraduate courses, the new center also is the academic home for our undergrads.

In the Learning Hub, students can take advantage of peer study groups, open work sessions and workshops on such topics as communication, study skills and personal branding. Center-certified tutors work with students in several courses in economics, accounting, psychology and mathematics. ESL coaches also are available to assist international students by creating a personalized plan to improve their English skills and ease the transition to UB and American culture.

A Place to Thrive

In the new center, undergrads will find a meaningful network of resources to help them develop sustainable academic skills and reach their goals. Plus, the comfortable, inviting space is a place for undergrads to get to know their peers—and flourish as members of a large but close-knit community in the School of Management.