The staff at Wellness Education Services welcomes your contact. We also value your privacy and time and therefore offer the following information to help you decide on the best method for reaching us. We hope that these guidelines are helpful to you as you decide how best to reach our staff. We take your time and confidentiality very seriously and therefore consider it imperative that you understand the limitations of our use of e-mail technology.
We cannot guarantee that your e-mail will remain confidential. We will do our best to keep your communications private. However, our university administration, like many other employers, reserves the right to monitor our e-mail usage and might therefore see the text of your message. If you are in any way concerned about the contents of your e-mail being read by someone other than the person you are contacting, you should consider alternate ways of contacting us.
When we respond to your e-mail, we will respond to the address from which it is sent. If you do not wish others who may have access to the e-mail account you are using to also have access to our response, please consider another means of communication.
While we try to check our e-mail regularly, you have no way of knowing if one of us is unavailable due to illness, vacation, or other reasons, or if there are problems with the network itself. This means that your message may not be received immediately.
If time is of particular concern for you, you should consider calling our office at (716) 645-2837. We are here weekdays from 9am - 5pm
Due to conflicting demands on our time, we have had to develop priorities to help us determine how to best spend our resources.
First and foremost, since we are funded by UB student fees, we place the highest priority on responding to e-mail from UB students. While we welcome e-mail from others, at times of high demand we may not be able to respond to those not affiliated with UB.
Likewise, we cannot promise to respond to requests for assistance with a class project, homework assignment, or other academic pursuit.