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There's no better way to discover all that makes our school the top choice in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences than by planning a visit.

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UB@Home

Even though we can’t meet you in person right now, we’re still excited to show you UB! Browse a list of virtual opportunities to learn about UB, connect with the UB community and discover all the reasons why we rank among the top 40 public institutions nationwide. With plenty of on-demand options and opportunities to fit any schedule, you can experience UB from the comfort of your home.

Virtual information sessions

Virtual information sessions for prospective pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences students are held on weekdays throughout the year. You'll learn about the application processes, admission requirements, academic opportunities and professional experiences.

Webinars

Webinars are a great way for you to get more in-depth information about our school. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions!

Upcoming Webinars


Click the links below to register.

AACP Virtual Pharmacy School Fairs
Visit UB's booth and chat with current faculty, staff and students. Students who register will automatically be entered into a drawing for a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Saturday, July 18, 2020   
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 
Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Chat with a current student

Current doctor of parmacy and pharmaceutical sciences students are available to chat with you! Consider this a great complement to your information session. Our students are excited and very willing to speak to you about their experiences in their program as well as preparing for admission to our school.

College fairs

College fairs and Transfer Days are a great opportunity to meet face to face with undergraduate admissions representatives. Our representatives are excited to answer your questions and learn more about your interest in UB. We send admissions officers all over the country—we look forward to meeting you!

Contact us

Questions? Please contact us at prepharm@buffalo.edu.