Anne Bielski work in the UBCFA Atrium entrance.

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Before visiting UB all visitors must complete a mandatory Daily Health Check and wear face coverings at all times – indoors and outdoors. For Daily Health Check and more information regarding visiting UB during COVID-19

General Building Hours

Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday Closed

Sunday, July 4th (Independence Day) Closed

Main and Ticket Offices

University at Buffalo is committed to protecting the health and safety of the UB community while remaining focused on our academic, research and community service mission. The safety of our students, staff, faculty, artists and patrons is paramount. Please note that the university adheres to New York State guidelines and recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Erie County Department of Health for events and gatherings on campus. Therefore, UB Center for the Arts (UBCFA) performing arts and other in-person theatrical productions are canceled until further notice.

The UB Center for the Arts physical ticket and main offices are not open for in-person visits, however, we are virtually open to assist patrons Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. You can reach our team by calling or emailing us:

Ticket Office: 716-645-6915 or ubcfatickets@buffalo.edu
Administrative Office: 716-645-6259 or ubcfa@buffalo.edu

Patrons who purchased tickets with cash or campus cash at the box office to a now-cancelled or postponed event can request a refund by emailing ubcfatickets@buffalo.edu.

For the latest on the University at Buffalo’s preparedness and response, please visit buffalo.edu/coronavirus.

We appreciate your support for the UB Center for the Arts and the arts community.

Directions

The Center for the Arts is located on the UB North Campus

  • From the I-90 E, take exit 50 to the I-290 W toward Niagara Falls.
  • From the I-290 W, take exit 5B to Millersport Highway North.
  • Follow Millersport Highway North to the Coventry Entrance to UB (on left).
  • Turn left to enter the campus via Coventry Road.
  • Follow Coventry Road until it ends in a traffic loop immediately in front of the Center for the Arts.

Parking

General Campus Parking Information

  • All University parking lots require a parking tag Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Parking is free after 3 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends.
  • Parking meters are available throughout North Campus for use by campus visitors. Meters are enforced Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Meter payments can be made by ParkMobile 1-800 number or coin.
  • Parking meters nearest UBCFA are located:
    • On Coventry Road as you approach Coventry Loop and UBCFA
    • Baird B Lot
    • Alumni A Lot (behind Alumni Arena)
  • More information on campus visitor parking

Short Term Visitor Parking

For short term visitors or patrons purchasing tickets at our ticket office, 15-minute parking is available in Coventry Loop directly in front of UBCFA.

Map of UB North Campus. Centered Over Alumni Arena and the Center for the Arts.

Patron Visitor Daytime Parking Spot

For visits prior to 3 p.m. and over 15 minutes in length, a patron visitor parking spot is available in Coventry Loop directly in front of UBCFA.  Required permit is available at UBCFA Main Office, Room 103.  Please have vehicle make, model and license plate number available.

Event Parking

For events we recommend parking in either the Slee or Baird lots located in front of UBCFA.

  • These lots can be accessed by entering campus via Coventry Road
  • Turn left at the first intersection onto Augspurger Road
  • The Slee and Baird lots will be on your right

Additional nearby parking is available in the Special Events lot off of Augspurger Road or behind the Center for the Arts and Alumni Arena in the Lake LaSalle or Alumni Lots

Accessible Parking

Designated accessible parking for vehicles bearing valid Department of Motor Vehicles disability placards or license plates is available in the Slee and Baird Parking Lots on a first come, first served basis. The Coventry Loop directly in front of the Center for the Arts is available for drop off and pick up of patrons with disabilities. Parking in Coventry Loop is not permitted.

Public Transportation

UB South Campus is one of the stops on the NFTA Metro Rail. From there, the North Campus is just a 15-minute bus ride using the NFTA Metro Bus #44. Once on the North Campus, the NFTA Metro Bus #44 bus stops at both the Coventry Entrance and the Flint Circle.

A detailed PDF of NFTA Metro Bus #44 can be found online

More information about public transportation at UB

UB also provides shuttle service between and around all campuses called the UB Stampede. Find detailed information for getting around UB