A UB education is an excellent value. As a public university, we are only a fraction of the cost of attending a private college or university of comparable quality and opportunity.
If you are a US citizen and need additional help financing your education, you can apply for financial aid by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is an application for student aid that collects the basic information needed to determine your eligibility for all of the financial aid programs sponsored by the federal government. Refer to "FASFA Answers" below when completing your application.
International students, see Information for International Students.
For more information visit UB’s Financial Aid website or call 716-645-8232 to make an appointment with the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Financial Aid Advisor.
Students should complete these FAFSA questions as follows:
As a graduate student, you are regarded as an independent student for federal financial aid purposes.
The UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences attracts academically talented students from across the world and supports their learning experience with scholarships by offering $350,000 in competitive scholarships annually, thanks to the generosity of alumni, friends, and various organizations and corporations.