Even though we can’t meet you in person right now, we’re still excited to show you UB!
Browse our list of virtual opportunities to learn about UB, connect with our community and discover all the reasons why we rank among the top 40 public institutions nationwide. With plenty of on-demand options and opportunities to fit any schedule, you can experience UB from the comfort of your home. Check back often to see what we’ve added.
- Virtual Visit UB
- Virtual Visit UB for Transfer Students
- Meet One-on-One with Admissions or Financial Aid
- Meet Online with Campus Departments
Virtual Visit UB Live Session
The Office of Admissions hosts Virtual Visit UB sessions for both prospective students and accepted students. Prospective students will learn about the admissions process, our experiential learning opportunities and what makes UB a top 40 public university. The accepted student sessions will provide insight on next steps to enroll and a chance to hear from current UB students. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions during the live presentation.Register for a Virtual Visit UB live session today!
To maximize your experience, we encourage all students to attend a live session. If you can’t, we’re happy to deliver a recorded presentation right to your inbox. Register now to receive our presentation.
Virtual Transfer VUB
If you are considering transferring to UB, sign up for our virtual Transfer Visit UB presentation. This experience is an alternative to our on-campus Transfer Visit UB Information Session & Campus Tour and is suitable for transfer students at all stages of the transfer process. See how to make UB the next step in your academic journey.Register for your virtual transfer visit today!
Meet One-on-One with Admissions or Financial Aid
Connect with an admissions counselor or financial aid advisor during a 20-minute one-on-one video or phone appointment. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about the University at Buffalo and receive personalized attention from our staff.Schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor. Schedule an appointment with a financial aid advisor.
Bulls On-Demand: Presentations, Webinars and More
Browse our list of webinars, events and opportunities for admitted and prospective students. With options to meet every schedule, connecting with UB’s schools and colleges has never been easier. All events are in Eastern Time (ET) unless otherwise noted.
Meet Online with Campus Departments
Architecture Information Sessions for Prospective Undergraduate Students
Are you a high school student who is interested in the School of Architecture and Planning undergraduate program experience? Attend a virtual information session with the school via Webex with Greg Delaney, Director–Recruitment and First-Year Experience.
High school, transfer and second bachelor’s degree students are encouraged to attend a 90-minute virtual information session. The session will cover a program overview, the application process and more.
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
These 30-minute appointments give you an opportunity to ask about programs offered within the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, discuss the admissions process and help you prepare your application.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
High school and transfer students are encouraged to attend a virtual information session. The presentation will included information about academic programs, popular experiential learning and academic support options, and admissions information. A student-led panel will also allow for interaction with current SEAS students.
School of Management
Whether you are joining UB as an incoming freshman or transfer student, join us for this virtual event. Our incoming School of Management undergraduate class has so much to look forward to; attend this webinar to learn more about next steps in the enrollment process, curriculum, services and more. Staff will be live to answer all of your questions. Please register online and you will be sent a zoom link 24 hours prior to the event.
University Honors College
High school students interested in the University at Buffalo’s Honors College are invited to register for a 30-minute Honors College Information Session and Q&A. This virtual information session will cover the admissions process and provide an overview of the Honors College experience and campus life.
Meet one-on-one with Hillel of Buffalo
If you would like to speak to a member of the Hillel staff or connect to a current student, please email Rabbi Sara Rich and she will be happy to connect you.
Last updated: January 13, 2021 1:39 pm EST