Meet the academic advisors who will help you succeed in your chosen academic program.
UB has several undergraduate academic advisement offices around campus. This page will help you navigate the system to find the advisor who is best suited to help you at this particular moment in your academic career.
We also include links to some helpful online advisement tools.
If you're a current UB undergraduate student and have not yet completed your SEAS Undergraduate Admission for Current UB Students criteria, you should seek academic advisement from the Exploratory and Pre-Professional Advising Center in 109 Norton Hall.
After you have satisfied your SEAS Undergraduate Admission for Current UB Students criteria—but who have not yet been admitted to a CSE major— you should seek academic advisement from the SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education—Academic Advisement in 410 Bonner Hall.
Now that you're accepted into an approved CSE major, you should seek academic advisement from the CSE Undergraduate Office in 338M Davis Hall.
These online tools can help you to plan out your courses at UB. Please note that these do not take the place of an advising appointment and do not guarantee completion of degree requirements.
These flowsheets show the recommended sequence of degree requirements for our different CSE programs. These interactive online versions will highlight pre-requisite and co-requisite courses to help identify which courses must be completed before moving forward. Details of the program and degree requirements are detailed in the Undergraduate Degree & Course Catalog.
Your HUB Academic Advisement Report shows you all of the courses you have taken at UB, as well any transfer credit on your student record. If you are thinking of taking coursework at a different institution, you should check TAURUS prior to registering for that coursework to ensure that it will transfer to UB.
Please check with 410 Bonner Hall if you have any questions about the accuracy of your report.
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