Buffalo State's new Technology Building houses the departments of Engineering Technology, Fashion and Textile Technology, and Computer Information Systems, and provides research spaces and student computer labs. This "green" building has a vegetated lower roof area and a photovoltaic collector on its upper roof.
The Technology Building includes a state-of-the-art fabric printer and a 3D printer that enables students and researchers to produce working models or prototypes. The facility marks another milestone in Buffalo State’s construction boom.
The CAD/CAM system is an integral part of the fashion and textile technology curriculum. In this lab, fashion students are exposed to the technical processes used in apparel/textile design and production.
CAD/CAM lab facilities:
Campus House is the state-of-the-art training facility that serves as a social club for faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the college. The former residence of the first three Buffalo State presidents, Campus House provides an innovative, hands-on teaching and research laboratory for hospitality students, who earn academic credit as they create original menus, manage and market the club, and conduct hospitality and tourism-related research.
A facility used by Buffalo State, the University at Buffalo, and the power system community, the Smart Grid Lab is located on the Buffalo State campus and helps to train undergraduates and graduates in smart grid technology, preparing them for "green jobs."
Part of the Speech-Language Pathology Department, the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Buffalo State was established in 1956. Clinic services are provided by speech-language pathology graduate students under the direct supervision of faculty and staff. The clinic provides services to individuals of all ages. Services are available for articulation and phonological disorders, language impairments, aphasia, voice disorders, hearing disorders, fluency disorders, traumatic brain injury, and accent reduction.