Buffalo State's 125-acre campus is very accessible and walkable, located within the museum district, one of Buffalo's most vibrant -- and walkable -- neighborhoods. Use the map below to plan your walk to, from and around the Buffalo State campus, or try this interactive walking tour to become familiar with Buffalo State.
You may also wish to learn the distances of some common campus walks. The Buffalo State campus from east to west is less than .7 miles!
The Buffalo State campus comprises the Maud Gordon Holmes Arboretum -- a place where trees, shrubs and plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes. The arboretum at Buffalo State contains an impressive variety of plants and trees, including many beautiful ornamentals.
Please walk safely at Buffalo State! Safe escort programs, available free-of-charge to all students, faculty, and staff, provide a walking companion or a safe ride on campus.
You can request a personal escort to your car or residence hall by calling University Police at 716-878-6333, dialing extension 6333 from a campus phone, or using a blue-light phone.
The Blue-Light Telephone System increases safety and prevents crime by enabling people to reach the University Police quickly from 42 locations around campus (noted below). The phones are easy to find: A blue light is located above the phone unit, which features a red emergency button as well as a dialing pad. University Police can identify a caller's location immediately.
The blue-light phones are located in parking lots, on walkways, along roadways, outside classroom buildings and residence halls, and inside certain buildings such as E. H. Butler Library and Upton Hall. Some blue-light phones are marked to serve as stops for the escort van.