The Office of Undergraduate Education provides advisement for all of the departments within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).
The Office of Undergraduate Education and the entire SEAS Academic Advisement team is available to support students impacted by the recent mass shooting in Buffalo’s historically Black East Side neighborhood. Our hearts ache for the families who lost loved ones, and we affirm our commitment to developing an antiracist community in SEAS. We extend special care and concern for our Students of Color, and urge students to contact their Academic Advisor or one of the many resources on our Healthy Engineers and Scientists website for support during this difficult time.
The SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education is ready and eager to support you during the pandemic. Our office will continue to provide a wide range of advisement services. We are happy to assist you with current issues that you face as well as planning for the upcoming semesters.
We are excited to show you what the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has to offer. Join us for online information sessions, live zoom chats and virtual tours.
Advisement is available Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. For quick advisement questions, students can join the drop-in queue by calling the office at (716) 645-2775 or by submitting a question via the quick question form. Staff will add you to the drop-in list and an advisor will respond to you directly via phone or email.
Advisement is available in-person, by phone or virtually via Zoom. When participating in a phone meeting with an academic advisor, we recommend that you have access to a computer so you can follow along with the many online tools that our advisors make use of.
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:
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.