The Class Schedule for UB Summer Sessions 2019 is available in HUB, or via the Registrar’s public Class Schedule.
Summer Session dates, will show you the Start Date, Last Day to Add/Drop, Last Day to Resign, and the End Date for each Session. The most popular summer sessions are:
6-week-1 which starts on May 28, 2019 and ends on July 5, 2019.
6-week-3 which starts on July 8, 2019 and ends on August 16, 2019
Registration for Summer 2019 classes begins on Monday, March 11, 2019.
Summer 2019 Tuition and Fee information. To find out when you will be billed for summer classes, refer to Billing Dates-Summer.
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
Source: Registrar – Summer 2019
15-week Standard Session courses
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
General Office Hours
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WHAT IS THE MATH PLACE?
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.
SPRING 2019 Hours of Operation
OPENS – Monday, February 4th
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday – CLOSED
Have you selected your UB Curriculum (UBC) Global and Thematic Pathway courses?
UB students should select their UB Pathway courses by the end of their first semester at UB. If you do not know how to choose your pathway courses, you can view a tutorial on the Pathfinder Tool. Many students also find it helpful to schedule a meeting with an academic advisor to discuss the process of selecting pathway courses.
Once a student has selected their pathway courses, they will send them to HUB.
In HUB, students are able to the Plan tool to assign pathway courses to future semesters.
Another HUB tool that students use to track their progress in completing all of the UBC areas is the Academic Requirements report.
The HUB Milestones box also provides a quick view with regard to your progress on the UB Curriculum areas.
Have you started studying for your Final Exams?
Fall Semester 2018
Last day of Classes: Friday, December, 2019
Final Exam Period: Monday, December 10 – Monday, December 17, 2018
Final Grades for Fall Semester 2018 posted to HUB: First week in January 2018
Source: Registrar – Grading
Tools and Resources used to Build a Class Schedule
An academic advisor can show you how to use various tools and also help you create a plan to complete prerequisites for a given major, and complete UB Curriculum requirements.
Undergraduate Catalog and HUB Academic Requirements report
You will use both of these resources to select courses to satisfy Acceptance Criteria and Major Requirements along with courses to satisfy the UB Curriculum areas. Generally speaking you find the HUB Academic Requirements report much easier to understand if you first start with corresponding information as listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.
- Use the Academic Requirements report to find which courses need to be taken for Acceptance Criteria for specified major.
- What-if report. If you are listed as an undecided student, or you are considering a different major you can run a What-if Report for that major. The What-If Report can depict an Acceptance Criteria section in which Prerequisite Course information can be found, and specific information regarding Acceptance Criteria grade point averages for Acceptance Criteria courses, and overall courses.
- Use the Schedule Builder to create a list of courses for the upcoming semester and then Generate Schedule scenarios. As you go through the schedule scenarios you will, hopefully, find one that you will choose to send to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart.
- You should choose your UB Curriculum Pathway courses by the end of your first semester at UB. Once selected you then send your choices to HUB, and in HUB you can go to the Plan tool to assign your courses to specific semesters.
- The timeframe in which you are planning for next semester also corresponds to the Mid-Semester Grading Period. You can checking your Mid-term grades via the Grades section. If you have any mid-semester grades of MU (mid-semester unsatisfactory) or letter grades lower than a “C”, you should speak with your instructor.
- Based upon Mid-semester grades and or test scores received to date, student in some instances the student may decide to resign from the class. However before actually resigning from a class, a student will want to determine ramifications for such action in terms of financial aid, scholarships, or for international students their visa requirements. The last day to resign from a Fall 2018 class is Friday, November 9, 2018.
- Students should on a weekly look at the HUB Holds box. A Hold until resolved may prevent you from adding, dropping/resigning classes.
- The day before your scheduled Enrollment Date, students should review their Enrollment Shopping Cart specifically looking at the Status column to ensure that the courses are still open. If closed the student will need to either select a new section of the course, or a course to satisfy a different area altogether.
- Registration for all Enrollment Dates currently start at 7:00 a.m. At this time a student would go to their Shopping Cart, and select depending on display either Enroll or Proceed to Step 2 of 3. The next page will give the student a chance to review before clicking the Finish Enrolling button. On the Shopping Cart Results page students will look at the Status column to determine if the course has been added to schedule, or if they need to continue the registration process by selecting other courses.
The Last Day to Resign a 15-week Standard Session course
The last day to Resign a 15-week Standard Session course will be Friday, November 9, 2018 by 11:59 p.m.
Before you Resign a Course discuss implications with…
An Academic Advisor will ask questions to understand your reasons for resigning a course. In some instances this will lead to a discussion of choosing a different major.
An Academic Advisor can show you the Course Repeat Policy, and see if the course you want to resign is on the Course Enrollment Control Policy.
An Academic Advisor can explain how resigning a course may require that you register for that class in Summer or Winter term, and or how it might add an extra semester to complete your degree.
You can find your assigned Advising Office in the Advisor Box on your HUB Student Center. You can also find contact information on the Undergraduate Advising Directory.
Financial Aid Advisor
If you receive financial aid, hopefully you understand the criteria that you will need to attain in order to maintain your financial aid eligibility. If you do not know this, then you should schedule a meeting with a financial aid advisor. You can arrange a meeting by calling the Financial Aid Office at 716-645-8232.
Resigning a course may have a negative impact upon you financial aid.(Satisfactory Academic Progress [SAP], TAP Award, Excelsior Scholarship). To determine impact go to 1Capen and request to speak with a financial aid advisor.
International Student Advisor
If you are an international student, you must be registered for at least 12.0 credit hours. If you are thinking about resigning from a class, and the result is that you are enrolled in less than 12.0 credit hours, you must go to the International Student Services Office at 210 Talbert Hall, 716-645-2258.
Your HUB Enrollment Dates box
You can find the date upon which you can begin registering for Spring 2019 classes in your HUB Enrollment Date.
While looking at your HUB Student Center page, also check the Holds box to ensure that there are no hold displayed. A hold may prevent you from adding, Dropping, or resigning from classes.
To create your list of Spring 2019 classes refer to the Program Requirements tab for your major as listed in the Undergraduate Catalog. You will also want to refer to your HUB My Requirements report. From both of these sources you can use the HUB Schedule Builder to: Create a List of Courses; Generate multiple schedules for those courses; and once you select a particular schedule, send it to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart.
If you have questions about your course selections, Acceptance Requirements for your intended major, and or UB Curriculum and Pathway requirements, schedule an appointment with an academic advisor. You can find your assigned advising office in the HUB Advisor box.
Spring 2019 Class Schedule is available for viewing in your HUB Student Center.
You can also now use HUB Schedule Builder to create a list of courses to take for Spring semester and then generate sample schedules. Once you identify a specific schedule, you can send it to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart.
In the next week or so, you should see the specific date upon which you can begin registering for Spring 2019 classes. This will appear in your HUB Enrollment Dates box.
You should check your Shopping Cart the day before your Enrollment Date, to ensure that all of your courses have the of Status: Open. If the course status is closed, the you will want to select other courses or times. Even if the course status is open on the morning of registration, a course could still close before you get into the registration queue. If this happens, you will also look for alternative courses or times.
To discuss your plans, schedule an appointment with your assigned advising office which you can find in your HUB Advisor box.
Posted September 17, 2018 in Did You Know?
STUDY ABROAD FAIR
Learn more about the hundreds of study abroad programs available to UB students. UB faculty and staff will be representing their faculty-led study abroad programs. Additionally, representatives from other SUNY campuses will be on site to advertise the study abroad programs they sponsor (and which are available to UB students). Come chat with students who have studied abroad and learn how you can fit studying abroad into your degree program at UB!
Wednesday, September 19th
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Student Union Lobby
UB Study Abroad website