About Us & FAQ

SBI Health Education is a division of Sub Board I Inc, a student-owned and operated non-profit corporation.

Students Come First.

Our professional and student staff team members provide professional, non-judgmental services and activities to enhance the health and wellbeing of all students and their partners.

Frequently Asked Questions


How can I contact you?
By phone: (716) 829-2584.By e-mail: sbi-healthed@buffalo.edu. In person: We are located on the South Campus on the 4th Floor of Michael Hall.

What are your office hours?
We are open Monday through Friday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm. During University breaks, our office hours may change. Call us to hear any change in hours during those times.


How can I get condoms for a program?
Condoms are available to students (limit 10 per visit) in our office (4th floor, Michael Hall), SBI Pharmacy (basement, Michael Hall), or at the SBI Ticket Office (2nd floor, Student Union). For RAs or programs, bulk condom requests (limit 50 per request) must be completed at least one week in advance, and must be done through our Condom Request Form.


SBI Safety Services

Who do I contact about doing my community service with SBI Safety Services?
Students assigned community service hours through Judicial Affairs can choose to volunteer for the SBI walk stations. You will need to pick this placement through Judicial Affairs first and then call our office at (716) 829-2594 to set up an appointment. At this appointment you will receive your time sheet, sign paperwork, and sign up for the 2 hour mandatory training. Any question about community service should be directed to Aaron Maracle, Assistant Director. Hours worked without following this protocol will not be accepted. You may NOT choose the Safety Services as your placement if you have received hours due to ANY kind of violence, threats, acts of aggression, etc. We reserve the right to deny placement at our site.

How can I volunteer on my own or as part of a student group to help with the SBI walk stations or safety shuttle service?
Contact us by telephone or email (see above). We will talk about your availability and set up a time for training. Volunteers for the Safety Shuttle Service need to have a valid driver’s license.

What are the hours for operation of the walk stations and safety shuttle services? Where are they located?
Visit the pages for the SBI Walk Stations and Safety Shuttle.