College is a big adjustment, whether you know exactly what you want to do or you haven't picked a major yet. If you’re stressed about your grades, worried about falling behind, or just want to make sure you’re taking the right steps to achieve your goals, there’s always someone who can help you.
Need assistance with note-taking, testing and other areas?
You’re assigned an academic advising center based on your major or program. All undergraduate students can check their HUB Student Center, Advisor Channel, to locate their program advisor/advising center.
Understanding your strengths and what’s important to you in work, school, and life can also help you confirm which potential paths you may wish to explore. Career Services can help you find those answers through online tools, learning experiences and opportunities, counseling, skill building and more.
With locations on the North and South campuses, the University Libraries offer an outstanding array of resources, technologies, services and people to support the academic success of UB undergraduates.
Free tutoring is available to all UB students through a variety of units, departments and areas. Academic Advising has a list of resources available for you.
Whether you’re looking for a lively coffeeshop or a silent study room, you’ll find it on campus.