The University at Buffalo has many different resources to aid you in your academic studies. These services are available to all students, on and off campus. Please take advantage of all they have to offer.
It is also important to understand what sources are allowable. Many professors prohibit the use of certain resources, so please be sure to check what is acceptable for each of your courses.
- Academic Success Centers are located in the residence halls and offer free tutoring in many subjects (accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, English, math and physics).
- Career Services offers resources to help build your most impressive and accurate resume.
- The Center for Excellence in Writing provides free tutoring to UB students and maintains important informational links about the writing process.
- Guidelines for citing sources can be found in three commonly used citation style guides: American Psychological Association (APA), Modern Language Association (MLA), and the Chicago Manual of Style.
- Office of Student Conduct and Advocacy assists UB students with judicial or administrative procedures on campus, including providing advocacy in academic integrity cases when desired.
- The Student Success Gateway is designed to provide all UB students with information about succeeding in college. This site brings together content and resources covering academic advising, tutoring, Finish in 4 and Navigate.
- The Mathematics Help Center (107 and 110 Mathematics Building) and the Math Place (211 Baldy Hall) offer free walk-in tutoring for many math courses.
- Tutoring and Academic Support Services (TASS) offers students a range of academic supports from walk-in tutoring to group study sessions to academic coaches.
- UB Libraries can assist with proper research and citation protocols.