Academic Advisement

The Office of Undergraduate Education provides advisement for all of the departments within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Our online tools can help you to plan out your courses at UB.

The Office of Undergraduate Education provides advisement for all freshmen and sophomores within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Our on-site advising and online tools are here to help you make the most of your academic career. We can help you with:

  • Admissions requirements
  • Selection and changing of degree programs with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Academic planning, including course selection and resolution of scheduling difficulties
  • Conveying and interpreting academic policies, including petitions, withdrawals, leaves, TAP guidelines, and academic dismissals
  • Transfer credit articulation
  • Strategies for coping with unsatisfactory performance
  • Referrals to campus support services as appropriate.

Our office, located in 410 Bonner Hall, is open from 8:30 to 5, Monday through Friday.

Office of Undergraduate Education Staff photo.
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Transfer Students

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.