Your first semester at the university can be an exciting yet
sometimes stressful experience. The following information will
guide you as you get ready to start the next
phase of your academic career at UB and the School of
Find your academic advisor in the list below based on the first letter of your last name. It is your responsibility to seek advisement. If you are in the Finish in 4 program, you must meet with an advisor each semester.
Caseload: D, HN-HY, P, W, Z
Caseload: B, E, G, J, SH-SO, Y
Caseload: HA-HM, I, K, M, N, Q, X
Mary Ann McQuade
Caseload: F, L, R, SA-SG, U
Caseload: A, C, O, SP-SZ, T, V
New Incoming Freshmen - U.S. Students
An academic advisor in the School of Management will review your orientation data form and other information (high school transcripts, Advanced Placement courses, alternative exam and/or college credits) to register you for all first-semester courses except your UB Seminar. Before your summer orientation, we will send you your schedule and information on how to register for the UB Seminar.
New Incoming Freshmen - International Students
An academic advisor in the School of Management will review your orientation data form to register you for all first-semester courses. You will receive your class schedule at the advisement session at orientation. Be sure to review information from the International Student and Scholar Services Office (ISSS) before you arrive on campus.
New Incoming Transfers - U.S. Students
An academic advisor in the School of Management will review your orientation data form and transcript information and will call you to verify your academics. You will then receive a follow-up email explaining which classes to register for in the upcoming semester. During on-campus orientation you will speak with an advisor and learn more about future planning.
New Incoming Transfers - International Students
An academic advisor in the School of Management will review your orientation data form and transcript information and will register you for appropriate courses. During on-campus orientation you will speak with an advisor and learn more about future planning. Be sure to review information from the International Student and Scholar Services Office (ISSS) before you arrive on campus.
You should complete the steps below as soon as possible:
Request to have your official transcripts sent to UB
You must have official transcripts sent to the UB Office of Admissions for any courses taken for college credit outside of UB, even if these courses were taken during high school. To request your transcript, contact that college's office of records or registrar’s office.
Have your official transcripts sent to the address below:
Office of Admissions
University at Buffalo
12 Capen Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
You may also bring sealed, unopened official transcripts to this address in person.
Request official score reports for exam credit
You must submit official score reports to the UB Office of Admissions for any exams you would like considered for credit awards at UB. Visit the Undergraduate Catalog to learn which exam types are considered for UB credit, and to check the exam credit websites.
Designate UB (SUNY Center Buffalo/School Code 2925) if a school code is requested.
UB typically accepts all college-level credits from regionally accredited two- or four-year degree-granting institutions. Check how these courses match UB courses and requirements on UB's course articulation website Taurus. Credits must be sent to UB on an official transcript from each institution you attended.
You can learn about recommended computer systems for School of Management majors on our Student Computing Requirements page.
New U.S. Students
Request to update your intended major to business administration or accounting when completing the Orientation Data form. If you've already submitted this form, inform your advisor from the previous major you selected that you wish to change your major to business administration or accounting.
New International Students
Contact International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) to request a change of major to business administration or accounting.
What are the minimum standards for the business administration or accounting majors?