Financial Aid and Awards

A college education is an investment in your future. When you compare the cost of a UB education to national averages, the value is clear: our tuition and fees are among the lowest and most competitive in the nation.

The UB Department of Psychology is committed to producing graduates hampered by as little debt as possible. Your success is our success.

College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Awards and Scholarships

Every year, several awards are made available to undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences, including awards specifically designated for graduates of Buffalo Public High Schools.

UB Office of Fellowships and Scholarships

Fellowships and scholarships are among the most valuable forms of aid you can receive and are designed to support students who have exceptional academic records and potential.

UB Office of Financial Aid

Experience shows that students and families who take the time to understand their options benefit by receiving the maximum amount of eligible aid. The UB Financial Aid team is ready and willing to provide assistance as you navigate this process. 

The Office of Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts provides up-to-date information on tuition and fees by semester. You can also receive walk-in assistance Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm, at the Student Response Center, 1 Capen, North Campus.

Departmental Awards

The Marvin Feldman and Walter Cohen Award

Each spring, the Department of Psychology recognizes the most outstanding undergraduate Honors Thesis with the Marvin Feldman and Walter Cohen Award. Named in honor of two of the department’s most distinguished former faculty, the cash award goes to the undergraduate whose Honors Thesis receives the highest ranking by the student’s examination committee and faculty advisor.

The Murray Levine Award

Each spring, the Department of Psychology recognizes both a UB undergraduate and graduate student with the Murray Levine Award for exemplary service to the Department that enhances a sense of community within the Department and/or interactions between the Department and the broader UB community. This award is named in honor of former faculty member Dr. Murray Levine, and was made possible by generous gift from Dr. Levine's former student and (UB alum) Dr. Robert Fink.