After receiving your acceptance, complete the following steps to finish enrolling in classes.
To confirm your attendance, you must complete the offer of admission reply form in your application status portal.
Your UB email is the official method of communication between you and the university. Please be sure to check it regularly to receive important messages and updates.
In accordance with New York State Public Health Law, UB requires that all students submit a student health form.
Mail all health forms to:
Health Services, Michael Hall
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14214-3007
or fax to (716) 829-2564
If you are taking ONLY ONLINE CLASSES, you can request an exemption from the immunization requirement.
UB students will not be allowed to register for classes until they have fulfilled these requirements.
Before you are able to access your HUB account and other UBIT services, you must enroll in DUO two-step verification. Two-step verification is the new standard for account security on the Internet. It pairs something you know (your UBITName and password) with something you have (like a smartphone or a security key) to provide secure access to your UB services.
Next, remove any holds in HUB:
UB students cannot register for classes until they have fulfilled these requirements.
View available elective courses to see your options and view course details, including registration numbers.
Non-degree students are only able to register for classes during the open enrollment periods. Please see the Registrar’s website and choose the appropriate semester for dates and more information on when you can register.
Enroll in your classes via the HUB Student Center, which is available in MyUB.
View more information about HUB, including how-to videos, here.
If you decide not to take a course you have registered for, it is your responsibility to drop the course by the liability deadlines. Otherwise you will be obligated to pay for the class. View financial liability deadlines.
Our MSW degree options require 9 credits of electives. Therefore, we do not recommend taking more than a total of 9 elective credits without first speaking with a School of Social Work admissions representative.