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Accepted Non-Matriculated Students

After you've been accepted to take non-matriculated courses, what's next?

Your UB person number (student ID number) and your UB IT name can be found by logging back into your application and checking the status tab (typically two days after acceptance). Your person number will be required on many forms that you will need to complete while studying at UB.

You will be notified by the PMBA Office via email when your registration is complete.

To be completed after registration

  • Students new to UB will receive an email with directions on how to obtain their UB person number, UB IT name, a one-time use password and directions on how to claim their account. Returning students must contact UB IT to have their account reactivated.  Learn more about your email account and how to activate it.
  • Every student must obtain 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. Just as with your parking permit, let the PMBA Office know when you’ve submitted this application and we will handle the pickup for you. ID cards will be handed out in the PMBA Office, 108 Jacobs Management Center. Be sure to have your license with you for pickup.
  • You do not need a parking permit for evening classes as the parking lots are open to anyone 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. Complete the application and notify the PMBA Office, and we will have your parking permit available for pickup in the PMBA office located in suite 108 of the Jacobs Management Center.
  • Orientation information will be emailed to you.

Helpful links

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.

Many classes will use UBLearns to post course materials.

How-to guides and tutorials that will help you navigate your HUB Student Center.

To be notified by text message and email of campus emergencies and school closings.

Detailed map of the business school facilities.

A helpful guide outlining your rights and responsibilities as a student of the UB School of Management.

Use this form to request a receipt for tuition payment. Allow seven to 10 business days for processing.

Team breakout rooms are available for School of Management student groups.

A step-by-step PDF guide for directions on how to use HUB to view your class schedules.

including MS Office to your personal computer.

including MS Office to your personal computer.

Be sure you can use Microsoft products seamlessly for your classes.