Below are some of the important offices and brief summaries of each office. For more information, please follow the link to their website.
Academic Adviser – Academic Advisers can be critical in helping you identify the most efficient path towards your degree. Each college has an advising center that specializes in certain degree programs. To find the information of your advisor, check your MyUB Portal or go to your college’s website listed below.
- Office of Freshman Advising
- College of Public Affairs
- Merrick School of Business
- Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Law
Bob Parson’s Veterans Center – The Bob Parson’s Veterans center provides assistance and guidance to active or retired military veterans and their families as they student at UB. The center has a variety of programming and supports.
Bookstore – The Campus Bookstore can be found in the Student Center’s 1st floor. Here you will find University Apparel, course materials, and other items that you may need as you embark on your studies at UB.
Campus Pantry – The Campus Pantry is a free and confidential resource for students to use if they are experiencing food insecurity. Students can follow the link below to get more information on the pantry and how to access this resource.
Career and Internship Center – The Career and Internship center is the campus’ one stop shop for resume review, internship practice, and career counseling. The Career and Internship Center also oversees the campus’s Career Closet which provides professional attire to those students who may need it for interviews, or internships.
Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement – The Center for Student Involvement oversees all campus programming at UB. This includes events like De-Stress Fest, movies, and off campus field trips. They also help support various student groups on campus.
Office of the Bursar – The Bursar’s Office is in charge of processing payments to your University student account, refunds if applicable, and the review of payment plans for any outstanding amounts. The Bursar’s office is also where you can pay for the month discounted commuter pass for the MTA trains, and bus network within Baltimore City and County.
Office of Disability and Access Services – The Office of Disability and Access Services assists students who may need support in making their course work more accessible to them during their time at UB. For more information on the Office of Disability and Access Services and how it may be able to help you please follow the link below.
Office of Financial Aid – The Office of Financial Aid is in charge or reviewing, approving, and providing guidance on loans, scholarships, and other financial assistance programs provided to UB students who complete their FAFSA. As a reminder, it is important to complete your FAFSA every year.
Office of Records and Registration – This is your one-stop shop for all the information you'll ever need about course listings, transcripts, exam schedules and various academic deadlines whether you're a student, adviser, faculty member or alumni.Additional Resources or Initiatives:
- Application for Reduced-Price Graduation Regalia
- Career Closet (Information can be found on Career and Internship Center Website)
- Compass Case Management Services
- Discount Programs for Public Transportation
- Office 365
- Student Assistance Program
- The Ultimate List of Student Discounts and Deals (external resource)
- UB Cares Act (Specific to COVID-19)
- UB Emergency Loan
- UB Student Emergency Fund
- UB Works