The SEAS Portal is a collection of academic planning tools for students, faculty, and staff in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
If you have any issues using the following tools in the SEAS Portal or need assistance, please contact the SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education to meet with an academic advisor.
Personalized Flowsheets give you a concise view of your SEAS degree program progress.
Flowsheets are viewed in the following formats:
General: shows degree requirements in a standard eight semester plan
General Planner: mirrors General view with data taken from the student’s Planner report in HUB
Planner Check: identifies inconsistencies in the Planner report. These may include:
Real Term: shows courses grouped by the actual term taken
Real Term Planner: mirrors the Real Term view, with data taken from the student’s Planner report in HUB.
Readiness: indicates a student’s readiness to take courses based on completion of requisites
Personal flowsheets are interactive and dynamic. Students can click on the boxes to see which course can be used to satisfy a requirement (General) or see the requisites (Readiness). Clicking on the course number will open a link to that course in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Submit force registration requests for SEAS, MTH, and CHE courses. Select the course, section, and appropriate reason for the request. Students may need to provide a justification or supporting documentation.
Request credit limit overrides to the 19 Fall/Spring, 14 Summer, and 5 Winter term credit maximums.
Request an advisor to review your records for degree conferral to make sure you are on track to complete all your requirements before graduation.
Review your progress in satisfying admission requirements for an undergraduate SEAS major, minor, or certificate, including academic standing, core courses, and various GPAs.
Find specific individuals or offices to assist with your academic advisement needs. Connect with your primary advisor or a faculty advisor.
Input potential grades in currently enrolled classes to predict various end-of-semester GPAs for admission and good standing within SEAS.
View your academic standing within UB and SEAS, and see your official UB and Technical GPAs.
Access past email messages sent from the Office of Undergraduate Education.
View your current UB Curriculum Pathway selections and make sure they meet the SEAS guidelines for efficient pathway selection.
View a complete history of your transfer and test credit that appears on your UB record.
International students can submit a request for an Academic Advisor’s letter in support of Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization.