Due to COVID-19 and the college moving to remote learning, the Educational Pipeline Initiatives Office and its units:
Community Academic Center - (CAC),
Center for Excellence in Urban and Rural Education - (CEURE), and
Middle Early College High School - (MECHS) will continue to provide services remotely until further notice.
The most efficient means of communication with our office and units will be through email. General inquiries may be made to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voicemail messages left through our general number will be checked daily (716-878-3610).
Any updates that we have, will be posted here; please feel free to check back as needed.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate these challenging circumstances and move forward.
No events are scheduled at this time. Please check back frequently for upcoming events.
Congratulations to Bryanna Marshall! Bryanna is a tutor in the Learning Together Changing Lives After-School Program in addition to her many accomplishments as a Speech-Language Pathology major at Buffalo State College. Please follow the links to learn more about Bryanna's enthusiastic passion for service and her future goals!
The Educational Pipeline Initiatives Office (EPIO) educates, enhances, and provides essential pathways that support, as well as foster, Buffalo State’s commitment to social responsibility and civic engagement. For nearly two decades, EPIO (formerly CEURE) has engaged in K–12, college, and community partnerships.
EPIO encompasses three units:
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