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UBITName Login

UBITName Login allows you to access multiple services, including MyUB, UBlearns and more, with a single login.

Browser Settings

Set your browser to be secure so you are completely logged out of UBITName Login services. Just logging out and closing your browser isn't enough.

Services that Use UBITName Login

  • AlcoholEDU
  • CICS Password Reset
  • CIO financials
  • Compliance inventory
  • Course schedule
  • eFact
  • ePayment
  • Final Exam Schedule
  • InfoSource Password reset
  • My Grades and GPA
  • My Parking Permit
  • MyUB
    • My Student Address Update
    • My Expected Date of Graduation (for financial aid) update
    • Immunization update
    • My Checkstops
    • UB Rules and Regulations
  • MyUBCard.com
  • Personnel Transaction (ePTF)
  • Purchase Requisition (eReq)
  • Photo Class list
  • Photo Roster

Common Questions

I'm having trouble logging in.

  • Make sure:
    • autocorrect isn't capitalizing the first letter of your UBITName: all UBITNames are lowercase.
    • your caps lock key isn't on when entering your password.
    • you are only entering your UBITName, not your full @buffalo.edu email address.
  • Check the UBIT Services Status to see if any services are unavailable or undergoing maintenance.
  • If you still can’t log in,  contact the CIT Help Desk .

I bookmarked the login page but I get a UBITName login error when I go to it.

When bookmarking a page, bookmark the service URL, such as myub.buffalo.edu or ublearns.buffalo.edu, and not the login page that prompts you for your UBITName and password.

I can't find my UBITName when I try to look it up.

The Find Your UBITName tool does not contain UBITNames for retirees, professors emeriti, alumni or students who have filed for FERPA. If your UBITName is not listed and you do not know it, contact the CIT Help Desk.

How do I know if it's a real UBITName Login page or a phishing attempt?

  • Hover over links and make sure they go to a buffalo.edu address, and check the URL to see if it is a buffalo.edu site.
  • Check to see if there are active phishing attempts targeting UB that look like what you are logging into.
  • Contact the CIT Help Desk if you're not sure.

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