The best way to learn about our undergraduate programs and opportunities is to visit us.
See our dynamic community and learn firsthand how the University at Buffalo School of Management will provide you with a cutting-edge business education and enrichment experiences that will help you chart a path to lifelong success.
Students and families seeking an in-depth look into the School of Management can attend a small group session with our admissions staff during the semester. This appointment is non-evaluative and is perfect for students and parents who have questions about the School of Management or want to discuss a specific opportunity or program that we have to offer. To register to attend a session, please call 716-645-3206.
Make the most of your trip by also scheduling a tour of the university through the Visit UB website.
The School of Management also participates in the University’s Accepted Students Day on April 5, 2020 and April 18, 2020. Students can expect to hear from the Dean, faculty, current students as well as explore our facilities and get your questions answered from our professional advising staff. Please visit the University at Buffalo’s Admission page to register for one of these events .
Transfer students seeking more information about the School of Management, must send your unofficial transcript for an evaluation prior to scheduling your visit. Please send your unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information. Our admissions staff will review the transcript and contact you regarding scheduling your visit.
You'll start your visit at 204 Alfiero Center, where you will be greeted by a member of our admissions team. After discussing our program, we will guide you on a tour that highlights the many opportunities you can experience while attending the School of Management, as well as the state-of-the-art facilities to help you meet your academic and career goals.
The School of Management is located in Alfiero Center on UB’s North Campus. You can find travel directions and guest parking instructions on our website.
Other opportunities to see the campus are available at Visit UB.