The Bengal Connect website is provided by USG to connect students with organizations and extra curricular activities that will enrich their lives at Buffalo State. By adding the CORQ mobile app to your phone you will have quick access to activites and organization info pulled from Bengal Connect. An additional feature of Bengal Connect is each student's Event Pass. A QR code is included in your account once you have registered on the site. You can access the code by phone with CORQ, save it on your phone, and then use it for admission to student events and to register your participation in meetings and other activities.
The USG Copy Center, Campbell Student Union 105E, offers copies and a fax service as well as selling US first-class postage stamps. The USG Copy Center is open during regular weekday office hours when classes are in session.
USG Media Sign
The Media Sign (on the Campbell Student Union exterior wall facing the Butler Library) was purchased by USG and is managed through the USG Business Office. Its purpose is to advertise on-campus events to students. All decisions on messages that appear on the sign are at the discretion of the USG Program Coordinator and Business Manager.
For USG Organizations the opportunity to have your event listed on the Media Sign is part of the event registration process through Bengal Connect. For other requests, use the email process below.
Email your request to USG Media Sign one week prior to the appearance of the message on the sign. Make sure to include the following information in your e-mail:
• Name of sponsoring organization
• Event name and a brief description
• Date & Time
• Admission cost and ticket availability if applicable
• Time frame when you want your message to run (NO GUARANTEES)
Hand written requests are not accepted.
Buffalo State Child Care Center
Buckham Hall C-Wing
A daycare center for children of Buffalo State students was originally established by USG in the 1970s. The current Child Care Center is not a USG operated service but it is supported by USG through an annual grant.
New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG)
Student referendums have consistently approved the support of a Buffalo State chapter of NYPIRG with activity fee funds. NYPIRG is not a USG organization and USG has no control over NYPIRG's activities or budget expenditures. Active since 1973 the NYPIRG is New York State's largest student-directed consumer, environmental, and government reform organization. NYPIRG is nonpartisan, not-for-profit, and has chapters at many college campuses across the state. Students work with a staff of professional organizers, researchers, and advocates to fight for lower tuition, a cleaner environment, consumer protection, student rights, and social justice. NYPIRG has an office in the Student Union.
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