YES! The majority of all communications from UB are within these 4 tools. MyUB is the portal with which students can access information related to all things UB! Log on to find information regarding your schedule, finances, activities, important campus announcements, news headlines, etc. MyUB offers links to help students reach the information they're looking for. On the top toolbar you will see links to UBMail, UBLearns, and the HUB Student Center (via MyUB). The HUB Student Center offers personalized information regarding each student's account, finances (including financial aid, billing and payment services), and class schedule. In addition, students register for classes through the HUB Student Center. UBLearns is equipped with your daily class notes, syllabi, announcements, grades, and more. Although you may already have another email address, it is extremely important to use your UB email as well. Note that many professors/staff automatically send out information to UB email, and some may even refuse to recognize a non-UB email address.
Students are allotted a print quota, renewed each semester, for use at any public computing site on campus. Each student is granted a quota equivalent to 650 single-sided pages each semester. To use your quota, print from any UB cybrary and enter your UBIT name and password when prompted. You will immediately see a change in your balance. Visit iPrint@UB to locate iPrint sites on campus.
Make an appointment with your academic advisor to discuss the courses you completed at your previous institution and how these have articulated to UB. Plan to discuss your general education requirements and major requirements for degree completion.
Visit http://taurus.buffalo.edu/ to research how courses at other institutions will transfer to UB. There you can enter the UB required course and learn what course(s) (if any) at another institution will satisfy that requirement. See your advisor for assistance. Some majors limit transfer options so always ask first!
1 Capen is responsible for all student records and financial services. Additionally, every UB student has been assigned a personal financial aid advisor. Contact information for your advisor is available through the HUB.
Both UB Career Services and the Center for Excellence in Writing can provide support while you create these materials.
There are many opportunities to complete an internship for credit or pay. First, contact your academic advisor or major department directly to inquire about what type of internships they offer. Second, visit the Experiential Learning Center and/or Career Services to view more internship options, both on campus and in the Buffalo community.
The Undergraduate Student Association (SA) is comprised of over 180 clubs. Ranging from academic clubs to dance teams to community service and cultural groups, there is something for everyone in SA.
The clubs are split into seven separate councils: Academic Council, Engineering Council, Hobby Council, International Council, People of Color Council (POC), Special Interest Council and Sports Council.
The UB Stampede is the free, daily bus system, transporting students between North and South campus.
The free Campus Shuttles transport UB students around campus. The Red, Green, Yellow, Ellicott Express lines provide students with transportation around North campus. The Blue line provides students with a ride to the UB Downtown campus, and the Mall and Market Shuttle transports students to the Boulevard Mall, Tops and Wegmans.
Many students also take advantage of various ride services, such as Lyft, Uber and Zip Car, which has a partnership with UB.
Each year, UB invites several renowned and highly regarded public figures to the university for the Distinguished Speakers Series. Past guests include the Dalai Lama, Maya Angelou, Stephen Colbert, Al Gore and Katie Couric. Tickets are free for all UB students.
Last Updated May 28, 2020