Understanding your HUB My Requirements report – Course History section

Posted October 9, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips

  1. In this post we are going to look at the Course History section of a HUB My Requirement report.  We would start by clicking the Collapse All button.
  2. Throughout the My Requirements report you will see green triangle icons, they will either Expand or Collapse a section.
  3. The Legend is located toward the top of the page.  Currently three icons are displayed. One for courses that have been Completed, In-Progress, or Planned. You will see the respective icons listed next to each course in the Status Column. If you have assigned courses to your HUB Planner, and then assigned them to a semester, you will see that Planned courses are indicated using a BLUE Star.
  4. The first column in the Course History table is the Course Column.  In this example you will see that all but one course is a UB course, or is a transfer course that has an exact UB course articulation. In the third row, the course is MTH 141, if you follow the row across to the Grade column, the grade displayed is TB. T in this cases indicates that it is a transfer course, the second letter indicates the Letter Grade earned for the course. In the first row, you will see PSY 101.  The grade for this course is listed at TP. In this case TP is some form of Alternative Credit.  Alternative credit only award PASS Credits – these courses are not used in the computation of your grade point average.
  5. If a course has been completed, you will see a letter grade in the Grade Column.  If the course was taken at UB, you will see a Letter grade from A – F. UB uses a 4.0 Grading Scale. To see the Grade Point Value for each letter grade refer to the Catalog – Explanation of Grades section.



Have you looked at your My Requirements Report in HUB?

Posted October 6, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips

The My Requirements report is a very useful tool in terms of planning and evaluating your academic path.

The HUB Academic Advising Report

The HUB Academic Advisement Report, designed to be used in conjunction with the Undergraduate and Degree Catalog, is useful in the following respects:

  • As an advising tool: to determine progress toward completing all degree requirements;
  • Applying to a department: Reports can be included in the department application process.
  • Analysis of transfer credits: to verify that all transfer credits have been recorded and applied to degree requirements.
  • Evaluation for degree conferral: Reports will be used to determine if students have met the requirements for graduation.

The My requirements report has the following sections:

  • Course History.
  • University Requirements for Graduation.  This section provides
  • UB Curriculum (General Education program).
  • Courses not Allocated to a Major, or UB Curriculum.
  • Acceptance Criteria for Major.
  • Requirements for Major.

If you have questions about the Academic Advising Report, write them down and discuss with your academic advisor.


Graduating at the end of the Semester?

Posted October 6, 2017 in Did You Know?, Important Dates

Are you graduating at end of the semester? If so, you must file an Application for Graduation via your HUB Student Center.Will you finish all of your Degree Requirements by the end of the semester?

If so, you must Apply for Graduation from your HUB Student Center by October 15, 2017.  The Degree Auditors from the Office of the Registrar will review your record to ensure that you have met all University Degree Requirements.  If all criteria have been met, then your Degree will be Conferred in February 2018.

For complete information refer to the Registrar – Degrees & Graduation section.


Are You On Track

Posted October 5, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips, Uncategorized

Image of a railroad yard. Are you on track, do you need help building your schedule?Are You On Track?

The Spring 2018 Class Schedule is available for viewing.  You can also start adding course selections to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart from your HUB Schedule Builder.  In the next week or so, you will see your Enrollment Date listed in HUB

Do you know which courses you should take next semester to:

  • Begin to satisfy Acceptance Criteria requirements for your major
  • Meet UB Curriculum areas (Foundations & Pathways)
  • Do you know how to select Pathway courses and send them to your HUB Planner
  • Do you know how to assign courses in your HUB Planner to specific semesters?
  • Do you know how to use the Undergraduate Catalog and HUB My Requirements report to help plan for next semester.
  • Do you know how to use the HUB Schedule Builder, and how to send a schedule to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart?
  • Have you checked your HUB Holds box to ensure that no holds are listed?
  • Have you looked at your HUB View My Grades section to view your mid-term grades


Finding Undergrad Advising Offices


Week 6 – Fall Semester 2017 (10/1/17 – 10/7/17)

Posted October 4, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips, Important Dates

Week 6 - Fall 2017 dates and remindersSunday, October 1 – Saturday, October 7, 2017

The Spring 2017 Semester Class Schedule will soon be able.

Have you scheduled an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss:

  • How semester is proceeding to date
  • How to find and understand Mid-term Grades
  • How to find courses needed to meet Acceptance Criteria for your Major
  • How to find courses to satisfy UB Curriculum (Gen Ed) requirements (Foundation areas, and Pathways)
  • How to find when you can begin to register for Spring 2017 classes
  • Determine if you have any Holds that might prevent you from adding, dropping, or resigning courses.
  • How to use tools to plan and register for Spring 2017 classes (HUB: My Requirements Report, Planner, Schedule builder, Enrollment Shopping Cart)


Finding Undergrad Advising Offices


Germany: Foreign Reporting in Berlin (Winter)

Posted September 28, 2017 in Did You Know?

Winter Session Study Abroad Course to also satisfy UB Curriculum Communication Literacy 2 requirementsDuring this three-week program, students will transition from foreign tourists to international journalists. The moment they arrive in Berlin they will be encouraged to write about the city and the cultural differences they encounter.

This course will also satisfy the UB Curriculum Communication Literacy 2 requirement.

Read more about the program and costs at UB Study Abroad Germany: Foreign Reporting in Berlin (Winter) (Outgoing Program) page.


Week 5 – Fall Semester 2017 (9/24/17 – 9/30/17)

Posted September 25, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips, Uncategorized

Week 5 - Fall 2017. Have you selected your UB Curriculum Pathway Courses?Sunday, September 24 – September 30, 2017

Have you chosen your UB Curriculum Thematic and Global Pathway courses?

If you have not yet selected your Pathway courses, you should watch this video: Pathfinder Tool – Exploring the UB Curriculum Pathways.

  1. Select your Thematic and Global Pathway courses.  If need be discuss your Pathway ideas with an academic advisor.
  2. Send your Pathway selections to your HUB Planner.
  3. Using your HUB Planner, you can assign courses to a particular semester.
  4. If you assign courses to a particular semester, you then bring those courses into the HUB Schedule Builder.


Last day to “Resign” a  Fall 2017 7-week 1st  half of semester course:   Friday, September 29, 2017


Have you looked at the UB This Winter Class Schedule?

Posted September 21, 2017 in Did You Know?

Refer students to look at the UB This Winter website

How to catch up, get ahead, study abroad or pursue a special interest.

Enroll in UB’s three-week winter session to study here — or anywhere in the world — and earn credit. Make UBThisWinter 2018 your own! For more information refer to UBThisWinter 2018 


Graduating at the end of the semester?

Posted September 21, 2017 in Did You Know?, Important Dates

Apply for Graduation: A Must Do, and Degree Checkout Status

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.

Source: Registrar – Degrees & Graduation


Things you should do or check on your HUB Student Center in September

Posted September 19, 2017 in Did You Know?, HUB Tips

Things you should do or check on your HUB Student Center in September.

  1. Check the HOLDs box. Click the Details link to see if the HOLD will prevent you from Adding, Dropping, or Resigning courses. Holds – These are actions used by the university to prevent students from registering for classes, receiving grades, and/or releasing student records, including diplomas, enrollment certification or transcripts. Holds may be placed by various offices on campus for outstanding financial obligations, for failing to submit required documents requested by the University, or identity theft.
  2. If you have questions about regarding your academic plans, contact your Advising Office. In addition to be listed in the Advisor Box in HUB you can also refer to the Undergraduate Advising Directory.
  3. Have you checked your Academic Requirement report to ensure that all transfer and AP credits are displayed? Refer to  Registrar – Academic Requirement video tutorial
  4. Check your Final Exam schedule for conflicts. Reference: Registrar – Final Exam Schedule
  5. Have you chosen your Thematic and Global Pathway courses (Path Finder Tool), and sent them to your HUB Planner?  If no you may want to watch the Path Finder Tool video.