Awesomeness: check. Admission: check.
Now there are just a few more steps before we make things official.
Step 1 | Get connected.
MyUB is your one-stop shop for class registration, online bill payment, your UB email and more. If you do not know your netID and/or password, contact the Office of Technology Services at 410.837.6262, and they will be happy to help you.
Note that your netID, which is used to access most technology services, is different than your student ID, which the Offices of Admission have been using to communicate with you. If you have your student ID, you can find your netID here.
Step 2 | Accept our offer of admission.
Once you have logged in to your MyUB account, go to My Student Center, and accept our offer of admission. Note that it may take up to two business days to process your acceptance.
Step 3 | Meet with your adviser.
Your academic adviser's name and contact information is listed in your official admission letter, or you can find it here:
College of Public Affairs Merrick School of Business Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
Crime Scene Investigation (Certificate)
Forensic Document Analysis (Certificate)
- Computer Information Systems
- Entrepreneurship Fellows Program
- General Business
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
Information Systems and Technology Management
Real Estate and Economic Development
Advisers are assigned by the first letter of a student's last name. More information.
Step 4 | Register for classes.
Once you've met with your adviser, you can register in person at the Office of the University Registrar (Academic Center, Room 126) or online through MyUB.
Step 5 | Complete the financial aid process.
If you have not already done so, complete the FAFSA; UB's school code is 002102. This application is free and is necessary to qualify for grants, loans and scholarships.
Step 6 | Submit any final admission documents.
Submit final transcripts or international paperwork within 30 days of enrolling in classes. An official transcript evaluation cannot be completed until all official documents are received.
Step 7 | Explore your housing options.
One in six UB students lives within walking distance of campus. Everything you need is right here: Who wouldn't love living close to great restaurants, stores, cultural attractions and nightlife? Learn more about your housing options.
Step 8 | Get your Bee Card.
Step 9 | Attend orientation.
Now that you are an official member of the UB community, it’s time for us to get to know each other better. RSVP for orientation.
Step 10 | Pay your tuition and fees.
Tuition bills are mailed two weeks prior to the start of classes. Tuition and fees can be paid by credit card, personal check or cash at the Office of the Bursar (Academic Center, Room 127) or by credit card online through MyUB.
Step 11 | Get ready for the semester.