The Office of Undergraduate Education provides advisement for all of the departments within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).
As a student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, you will obtain academic advice and guidance from the academic advisors in the Office of Undergraduate Education and from a faculty advisor in your program of study. In general, the Office of Undergraduate Education advises all students throughout their first year and half or first two years of study. In your junior and senior years, students seek advisement primarily from departmental faculty advisors. This demarcation is not absolute and students are free to seek advice from the Office of Undergraduate Education advisors at any time they wish. Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor each semester. Students are also advised to use our online tools listed below and to log into the SEAS Portal to view additional advisement details.
The Office of Undergraduate Education assists students in meeting their academic and career goals through student-centered, holistic advisement services that span personal, social, financial, emotional, cultural, and ethnic spheres. Advisors are guided by NACADA's Core Values of Academic Advising and UB’s Academic Advisement Vision & Mission, Values and Goals. Advisors empower SEAS students to be active, responsible learners who will set goals, develop plans, learn to overcome difficulty, and take full advantage of the many opportunities the university provides in the areas of academics, research, and community and global engagement in the timely attainment of their degree. Particular advisement services for students include:
Office of Undergraduate Education, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
410 Bonner Hall
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Your Academic Advising Report shows you all of the courses you have taken at UB, as well as all of the transfer credit that you have on your student record. If you are thinking of taking coursework at a different institution, you should check in TAURUS prior to registering to ensure that the course will transfer in to UB.
Please contact us if you have any questions as to the accuracy of your report.