Look no further: Let us connect you with additional resources.
Your adviser is your advocate. We’re here to help you with scheduling classes, troubleshooting difficulties and directing you to other valuable campus resources.
As your adviser assists you in learning how to navigate your college experience independently, there’s also a time to be interdependent, to know when you can’t do it alone. Being interdependent, asking for help when you need it the most, shows your independence too.
Turn to these valuable resources when you need this additional support:
- Receive tutoring and extra assistance with material that you want to learn more about or that proves to be a challenge.
- Improve your reading and/or writing skills.
- Get help memorizing facts and other course content.
- Find support in setting weekly study goals.
Advisers for each school are available to discuss your academic plan to ensure you meet your degree requirements.
- Office of Freshman Advising
- College of Public Affairs
- Merrick School of Business
- Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Law
- Set academic and career goals.
- Find jobs and internships.
- Create and polish your resume.
- Receive one-on-one mentoring from a faculty or staff member matched to your skills/interests through the Professional Development Institute.
- Attain campus accommodations for documented disabilities.
- Get help with time management.
- Manage stress and care for your emotional and physical health.
- Resolve your personal problems.
- Make decisions and stay motivated.
- Get guidance about University procedures.
- Find support for dealing with personal difficulties.
- Take advantage of opportunities to show your UB pride and celebrate your personal achievements.
- Get set up with your network and email accounts.
- Access computers and printers in seven different buildings.
- Borrow cameras, laptops, digital voice recorders and more for free.
- Take advantage of hardware and software discounts.
- Learn about study-abroad and cultural-immersion opportunities.
- Learn more about paying for college via financial aid, grants, loans and scholarships.
- Get help with locating, evaluating and using online and print resources to help you with your studies and research.
- Meet with a librarian for help with research and writing projects.
- Get assistance by phone, email and IM—or in person.
- Get additional assistance with developmental math courses.
- Get involved with clubs and organizations.
- Learn how to be an effective leader and take on a leadership role.
- Get engaged with the UB community.
- Speak with a real person who can help you with your problem or create an incident report for following up with your professor.
- Register for the campus text alert system through MyUB to be alerted to any emergency that might impact you as a UB community member.
- Register your bike.
- Request an escort (after 11 p.m.) while you're on campus.