Have you checked your HUB Academic Advisement Report (AAR) and the Undergraduate Catalog to determine which courses you hope to take for the upcoming semester to satisfy Acceptance Criteria for intended major; courses to satisfy Major Requirements; and or courses to meet UB Curriculum areas.
Have you scheduled an appointment with an academic advisor. You can find your currently assigned Advising Office in the HUB Advisor box. If you are thinking about changing your major, you may want to speak with an advisor with that program. Use the Undergrad Advising Directory to find contact information.
My Advisement Report Overview (if My Planner is used, all planned classes will be incorporated).
Create a What-If Advisement Report.
Guide to using My Planner (to plan classes for your entire undergraduate career).
My Transfer Credit Evaluation Overview.
Selecting UB Curriculum Pathways courses via Path Finder.
Enroll Using Class Search.
Schedule Builder Basics and Tips.
3. Prepare to Register (Review your HUB Student Center Academics Information in MyUB):
On the Student Center tab, in the next few weeks, check your Enrollment Appointment window in the Enrollment Dates box (right side margin) to see what day you can begin registering at 7 a.m. for your upcoming semester’s classes.
Ensure you check your Enrollment Appointment window for both summer and fallregistration!
On the Student Center tab, (Academics section), use the drop down menu (left side margin) to locate your Academic Requirements (My Advisement Report), Academic Planner and Transfer Credit Reports. On the Student Center tab, under More Academic Resources section, (lower right hand margin), locate Path Finder.
View your My Advisement and My Planner Reports and make note of courses you would like to take next semester (and in future semesters). Search for Classes in HUB to learn what courses are being offered and click on Schedule Builder to prepare a schedule that best meets your needs. The Class Schedule is also available on the Office of the Registrar website (left side margin).
If you earned any Advanced Placement (AP), alternative credit or transfer coursework, make sure it is recorded on your Transfer Credit Report. For information on how to send alternative credit or transfer coursework to UB visit:
Career Services can help you think through your decisions about planning for majors and careers. Learn more about your interests, skills and values and how to apply this knowledge to your academic and career plans. Call 716-645-2231 or stop by Capen 259 to schedule an appointment.
Instructors are assigning mid-term grades for Spring 2019 undergraduate classes. They will continue to do so until the tenth week of the semester (April 7 – 13, 2019).
You can view your mid-term grades by going to your HUB Student Center. In the Academic section click the View My Grades link. On the next page you will select a semester. On the Grades page, click the Mid-term Grades tab.
Most instructor will assign a grade of MS = Mid-semester Satisfactory, or MU = Mid-semester Unsatisfactory. Some instructors may also assign a Letter Grade ( A through F).
If you have any mid-semester grades of MU, or letter grades less than a C, discuss options with your instructor as soon as possible.
After speaking with your instructor, you may also want to discuss options and or ramifications with an Academic Advisor and or Financial Aid Advisor.
Last day to Resign a 15-week Standard Session course is Friday, April 19, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. EDT.
Asking for help when you need it is one of the smartest things you can do. UB has many services to help students who wish to improve their academic performance. Our tutoring services are free and available in subjects like math, writing and science. Remember, seeking help doesn’t mean you’re failing! It’s the first step on your path to success. To find tutoring for some of the most common first year courses, click the Tutoring link.
Undergraduate Students: You must apply for graduation in your HUB Student Center (via MyUB).
You will only be able to select the Graduation Terms that are available to apply for, and you will not be able to apply for your degree more than one year in advance. You cannot be in an “Intended” plan and must be officially accepted into a major before you can apply for your degree.
Students who will be receiving two degrees (BA & BS, BFA & BA) and students in a combined degree program must apply for both degrees at the same time.
New Information: Your Degree Conferral Date (the date your degree is awarded) is now in the HUB as a “Graduation Term”; the final term (semester) before your conferral. Please be careful when choosing these dates as they can affect your ability to register and possibly your financial aid eligibility.
Deadline to submit Application for Graduation is February 22, 2019
Need to speak with an advisor regarding your summer plans? Refer to the HUB Student Center – Advisor box for your assigned Advising Office and location. You can also refer to the Undergraduate Advising Directory.
Summer Grades should be available in HUB in the third or fourth week of August. Course Repeat rules will be applied
Friday, February 8, 2019 through Friday, April 19, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. EDT
7-week 1st half of semester courses (7-week1)
Friday, February 8, 2019 through Thursday, February 28, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. EDT
7-week 2nd half of semester courses (7-week2)
Friday, March 29, 2019 through Thursday, April 25, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. EDT
Before you Resign from a Course, you should:
Discuss possible implications with an academic advisor
If you need to repeat this course, will you have to take it during Summer or Winter Session. Refer to Grading – Course Repeat Policy, scroll down the page to the Priority Registration for Students Attempting a Course for the First Time (Course Enrollment Control Policy) section.
If you receive financial aid or scholarships, discuss implications of resigning a course with a financial aid advisor.
If you are an international student and you are thinking about resigning from a course, and such action would drop you below Full-time Status (12.0 credit hours, you must first speak with an advisor at International Student Services (ISS). Their contact information is listed below:
International Student Services (ISS) 210 Talbert Hall
Univ. at Buffalo, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-1604
The Math Place, 211 Baldy Hall, is a FREE Peer tutoring service specifically designed for undergraduate UB students enrolled in Learning Center or Mathematics classes.
WHAT MATH COURSES DO YOU OFFER TUTORING FOR?
Tutoring is available for the following courses ONLY:
ULC – 147, 148
MTH – 121, 122, 131, 141, 142
HOW CAN I USE IT?
This is a free drop-in tutoring service. If you need help with your homework assignment or upcoming quiz/test, our tutors will be happy to help you. Be sure to bring your textbook, calculator, and notes so that tutors can refer to them in order to answer your questions in an efficient manner.