There's no better way for you to discover for yourself all that makes our school the top choice in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences than by planning a visit.
To arrange a visit or tour, please call us at 716-645-2825, option #1.
Directions to the South Campus, as well as directions from one campus to another and parking lot information, are available here. You can also download our campus maps.
Prospective freshman and transfers are encouraged to register for a “Visit UB Program” on UB’s North Campus, offered by Undergraduate Admissions. Visit UB (or VUB) is our most popular visitation program, which includes an overview session about UB’s academic and student support programs, student life, costs and financial aid, the application process and more. Interested students can also set up an appointment with the University Honors College. The most informative visit includes both a School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Information Session and the Visit UB Program. Click on link below to sign up for an upcoming visit.
Contact our Office of Admissions and Advisement at 716-645-2825 to register for an hour-long Information Session held on selected weekdays throughout the year.
These information sessions are geared toward prospective pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences students and includes an information session where you'll learn about the pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences application processes, admission requirements, academic opportunities, and professional experiences. You'll also take a tour of classrooms and laboratories in the school’s home, John and Editha Kapoor Hall, located on UB’s historic South Campus.
Meet with a representative from the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences or another UB department at a school fair or open house in your area.
Current Doctor of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences students are available to chat with you! Consider this a great complement to your information session. Our Peer Mentors are excited and very willing to speak to you about their experiences in their program as well as preparing for admission to SPPS.