Resources for All Graduate School of Education Students

Below are some commonly accessed university and school resources relevant to all Graduate School of Education students. If you are looking for something specific to your department or programs, please explore those sections.

UB’s Academic Calendars for undergraduate, graduate, and pharmacy include dates for the start and end of semesters, official holidays and final exams.
University at Buffalo Career Services provides a range of employment-related services.
Class Schedules provide easy access to courses offered by academic departments, including undergraduate, graduate/professional schools, continuing education and summer sessions. Courses can be browsed by academic department, time of day, instructor, course number or keyword.
On this page you will find a list of resources that students before you have collected and utilized in their pursuit of their doctoral degree.
Learn how we can make a UB degree even more affordable. As a public school in the SUNY system, the University at Buffalo has a worldwide reputation for excellence, but costs much less than private schools. Combine those accolades with the low cost of living in a Western New York and funding opportunities, and your return on investment will prove hard to beat.
A collection of useful documents made available for download that are necessary for students to complete their graduate degrees.
Program handbooks have been developed to assist students throughout their academic experience. These handbooks do not constitute the whole of the University at Buffalo or the Graduate School of Education policies concerning students. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of and comply with all policies, procedures and deadlines.
With nearly 5,000 international students from more than 100 different countries, you'll find that UB offers a warm and welcoming environment. We understand there are special resource needs and accommodations. We offer a variety of services to assist you.
Keep track of your courses and find tools to help you stay on course to completing your studies.
The University Libraries offer an outstanding array of information resources, technologies, services and people to support the academic and creative achievements of our students, faculty, staff and community members.
Joining a student organization presents many opportunities to learn more about yourself, your goals, and your strengths. Making social and professional connections now will benefit your in your future endeavors.
Learn all you need to know about getting around campus including parking permits, parking places and available public transportation.
All students enrolled in the Graduate School of Education are governed by school and university policies and procedures. Understanding these policies and procedures is crucial to your success as a student.
Registration for courses is done online, and may be accessed by logging into with your UBIT name and password. Select "HUB Student Center" and from there click "enroll." HUB also allows you to browse and search for classes and to plan your schedule.
Graduate School of Education students have access to a variety of research services that assist you in your dissertation and research work. The following list includes services most helpful to current students.
Eligible students can finance the cost of graduate education in a variety of ways. Learn more about available financing opportunities.
Graduate School of Education students have access to a variety of services throughout the university. The following list includes services most helpful to current students.
The University at Buffalo provides a variety of information and central technology services to support students in academic work in the Graduate School of Education. We developed this gateway to assist you in locating critical information regarding these services.
Information regarding your tuition bill due dates.  
Your UB Card is your official University at Buffalo ID and is used across campus: Getting into buildings, working out at the gym, and attending campus events are all made easy with this multi-purpose card. It can also be used as payment across campus and many local businesses by adding Campus Cash.

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