Internship Day – Tuesday, February 28, 2017
A whole day designed to explore internships. Get your free LinkedIn photo. Get your resume reviewed, information on internship programs
AND the very next day is the Spring Job + Internship Fair so get on the grind, internships are right around the corner!
9 a.m. – 2 p.m., 2nd Floor – Student Union. Internship Day Information and Event Schedule
Internship Fair – Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The largest job and internship fair for all majors.
Informational Session for Applying to the Exercise Science Promotion to Professional Sequence (PPS)
Wednesday, November 30th @ 3pm in Diefendorf 147, South Campus
Who Should Attend? Students applying to the upper division ES program
The application will open on January 1st 2017
It is highly recommended that you attend this information session prior to submitting your PPS application.
The Spring 2017 Class Schedule is available for viewing in your HUB Student Center, or via the Registrar’s site: http://www.buffalo.edu/class-schedule?semester=spring
Have you started planning which courses to take next semester:
- To meet Acceptance Criteria for your intended major
- Serve as an exploratory course to help you select a major
- Work toward satisfying one or more areas of the UB Curriculum (UB’s new General Education Program)
Learning about the UB Curriculum:
To assist with your plan you should schedule an appointment with an academic advisor. You can find the address and phone number of your Advising Center via the Advisor Box in HUB. You can also refer to the Undergraduate Advising Directory.
Academic Advisors can help you successfully create and manage your 4-Year Plan, in part by showing you how to use:
- Find Your Enrollment Date in HUB (the date and time upon which you can begin registering for next semester classes)
- Undergraduate Catalog: Majors, Acceptance Criteria, Grading, Academic Integrity, etc. For any major you will find a Finish in Four Curricular Plan pdf for that major in the Degrees & Policies section. You may find the Curricular Plan to be very helpful when using the HUB Planner tool.
- Use the HUB Planner . Once you have added courses to your planner, you can then assign the semester in which you want to take those courses.
- Once you have assigned courses in your Planner to specific semesters, you can select next semesters courses and send then to the HUB Schedule Builder. Video Tutorial about the HUB Schedule Builder ( covering Schedule Builder, Enrollment Shopping Cart, and Registration).
- Once you have created some schedules with the Schedule Builder you can forward then to your HUB Enrollment Shopping Cart.
- As it get nearer to your Enrollment Date, you will want to periodically review the Status column in your Enrollment Shopping Cart. If you see a green circle = course still open. If you see a blue square = course closed, in which case you will need to add another course to your shopping cart.
Greater Western New York Law School Fair
This event draws students and alumni from the 21 colleges and universities across the Western New York region and is open to the general public.
Speak with Law School Admissions representatives about the process of applying to Law School.
Date: Monday, September 26, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Location: Buffalo Marriott Niagara
Contact: Wayne Porterfield, 716-645-4625, email@example.com
Sponsored by: Buffalo State College, Canisius College, Niagara University, and University at Buffalo
80% of all jobs and internships come from networking. Learn how to use BullsEye and Linkedin to network and make connections with UB alumni and professionals from majors. Plus, hear from UB alumni who are working in the “real world” about how they got their job/internship. Our alumni guest is Zhi Ting Phua, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy./
Don’t miss this free 1-hour workshop for UB students….
Social Science Majors: Job and Internship Search Strategies
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 3:30 p.m. 210 Student Union, North Campus
Walk-ins are welcome or register for this workshop at: workshops.buffalo.edu
If you cannot attend this workshop, learn about job searching and networking at: http://www.buffalo.edu/career/Students/Jobs.html and http://www.buffalo.edu/career/Students/Networking.html
See more Career Services Events (workshops, networking events, job fairs and panel discussions) at: http://www.buffalo.edu/career/events.html
Greater Western New York Law School Fair
The Greater Western New York Law School Fair is free, and open to the public. Register today to meet with over 70 Law Schools! Learn about careers in Law and the Law School admissions process.
Monday, September 26, 2016,
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Buffalo Marriott Niagara
Register Now: Greater Western New York Law School Fair
Applying to Your UB Major & Minor
If you are a current UB student who entered the university undecided about your major, changed your major along the way, or you need to take timely action and apply, follow the important steps below to ensure acceptance to your major by no later than 60 credits completed.
Top 3 Reasons to Apply Now!
Gain access to major-only courses
Receive important departmental communications and services, including internship opportunities
Maintain eligibility for financial aid and stay on track toward timely graduation
How to Apply
Find your desired program in the list below and click the corresponding link for further application instructions. Note: Application requirements and deadlines vary by program. The Academic Program will make all admission decisions. Direct all questions and admission decision inquiries to the Academic Program.
Applying to Your UB Major & Minor
Changing Your Major? Who Are You Talking To?
Student Advising Services (SAS)
>>> Provide academic advice for students — especially those who are exploring majors (undecided) through our Major Explorers Program.
>>> Guide students in making an informed decision about selecting a major by 45 completed credit hours.
>>> Assist students in developing a holistic academic plan that meets degree requirements and incorporates experiential learning such as internships and study abroad.
>>> Ensure students understand academic policies/procedures and their implications.
>>> Help students who want or need to transition from an existing major, by exploring new majors while still achieving timely graduation.
>>> Evaluate alternative and military experiences for university credit.
If you would like to discuss exploring majors with one of the SAS academic advisors, call 716-645-6013 to arrange a meeting.
You may also want to speak with one of the counselors with Career Services. They are located in 259 Capen Hall, North Campus. To schedule an appointment call 716-645-2231.
Are you thinking about continuing on to Graduate School? On Tuesday, October 27th from 3:30 – 5:30 PM in the Student Union Room 330, come listen to representatives from Arts and Sciences, Education, Law, Management, and Public Health and ask questions about graduate degree options at UB.
Discussion topics include funding, career outcomes, what makes a competitive applicant, and unique graduate options here at UB. Take advantage of this opportunity to connect with these experts and learn how to make yourself a competitive applicant to graduate school!
For questions about the 360 Degree View of UB Graduate School event, contact Wayne Porterfield of UB’s Career Services office.
STUDY ABROAD FAIR
Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 1:00-4:00pm in 145 Student Union
When will UB Abroad? Learn how you can earn UB credit studying overseas! Please attend the Study Abroad Fair to:
Learn about 70+ UB programs, meet with UB faculty to learn about their unique faculty-led programs,
Talk with study abroad alumni to learn about their experiences abroad, browse 600+ SUNY programs from SUNY campus representatives,
Gather information on financial aid and available scholarships, and find the program that is right for you!
More information on upcoming events in our office can be found on our website UB Study Abroad Programs
We look forward to seeing you there!