Undergraduate Admissions

Jacobs School undergraduate students talk about why they chose UB and their experiences here.

Where can prospective students find assistance and information about admissions?

UB is actively accepting and reviewing applications, and enrolling students for the upcoming fall semester. Registration for summer sessions is now open.

Prospective students can find up to date information on admissions, including requirements, deadlines, events and accomodations, by visiting the following admissions websites

We are working to accommodate admissions and recruitment events but the delivery and location may change. Some events may move to a virtual format, may be rescheduled or may be cancelled. Refer to UB Calendar of Events for the most up to date status of previously scheduled events. 

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students and parents with questions should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 1-888-UB-ADMIT or ub-admissions@buffalo.edu.

Graduate Students

Graduate students with questions should contact their school of application admissions department directly to discuss case by case accommodations.

International students

International students who have questions are encouraged to visit UB International Student Services' website, which provides guidance and FAQs for international students.

Updated June 4, 2020

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Why are international students important to UB being a premier public research university?

As one of the nation’s leading public research universities, UB is committed to creating a diverse, welcoming and inclusive community that serves as a foundation for achieving excellence and success. The university community includes students from more than 100 countries who make UB a great, globally minded institution. They also add immeasurable academic and cultural value – including research, scholarship and creative activity - that impact and positively change our campuses, as well as our local and global communities.

Updated January 31, 2020