You’ve been accepted into the Professional MBA Program. Congratulations! What’s next?
Take a little time to relax and enjoy your accomplishment, then take care of a few things before you start classes.
Information regarding PMBA orientation information will be
emailed to all accepted students.
Your UB person number and your UB IT name can be found by logging back into your application and checking the status tab. Your person number will be required on many forms that you will need to complete throughout the program.
Learn more about your email account and how to activate it. Claim your UBIT name and create your online directory prior to setting up your email account.
To reserve your seat in the PMBA class of 2021, you will need to pay a $250 deposit toward your tuition.
Every student must have a UB ID card. You may obtain your card online or in person. The UB Card Office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Parking permits are not required after 3 p.m. However, you may find that there are times that you want or need to be on campus during the regular business day. We suggest that every student request a parking permit. Parking permits can only be ordered online. When you fill out the form, request that the permit be picked up at North Campus.
Order your ID card and parking permit by noon on January 23 and
notify the PMBA staff by email email@example.com
once complete. Your ID card and parking permit will be available
for you to pick up with your textbooks during the first week of
classes beginning Monday, January 29.
Directions on how to forward your UB email account. Your professors will only contact you using your UB email, so check it or have UB email forwarded to you daily.
Directions on how to connect your computer to the UB wireless system.
A step-by-step PDF guide for directions on how to use HUB to view your class schedules.
Detailed map of the business school facilities.
A helpful guide outlining your rights and responsibilities as a student of the UB School of Management.
You can pursue a federal loan at fafsa.ed.gov or you may apply for one through a financial lending institution.
Students taking fewer than 6 credit hours are not eligible for financial aid. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid.
The University at Buffalo is partnering with Nelnet Business Solutions to administer payment plans.
View Academic Calendars, past, present and future.
Easier ways to get around campus.