You’ve committed to UB – congratulations! Not sure where to start? Your academic advisor is here to help you navigate the academic landscape.
Advisement by Appointment
Virtual 30-minute academic advising appointments may be scheduled by current students through EAB Navigate. Please indicate your preference for zoom or phone appointment. Prospective UB students can attend a virtual information session or email email@example.com with at least three days and times of availability for an individual advising appointment.
All UB students are assigned to a professional academic advising center based upon their major and/or affiliation with a special program. It is recommended that you meet with your advisor at least once per semester. Undergraduate pre-pharmacy and pre-pharmaceutical sciences students may seek advisement by emailing questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or scheduling advising appointments through EAB Navigate.
Not a pre-pharmacy or pre-pharmaceutical sciences student? Email email@example.com to set up an advising appointment to learn about our majors.
To locate the advising office for a different academic major, see the academic advising directory.
Current PharmD and Pharmaceutical Sciences students are available to chat with prospective and current students. Consider this a great complement to meeting with your academic advisor.
When you are not meeting with your advisor, the University at Buffalo and the SPPS Admissions and Advisement Office have developed the following tools to assist you in understanding your progress and help you develop an academic plan.
We will register you for your first semester. After the first semester, you will be responsible for registering yourself. We will help you to make sure you complete all prerequisite courses and UB Curriculum requirements. We also suggest taking PHM 201 to learn more about the field. You may also benefit from additional programs, such as combined degrees. Talk with your advisor about your options.
Connecting student success campus-wide.
Director of Undergraduate Advisement and Recruitment
270 Pharmacy Building
Buffalo, NY 14214