UB School of Public Health & Health Professions: Undergraduate Programs Information Session
Please RSVP below to learn more about the programs at the UB School of Public Health & Health Professions. This session will cover an overview of the program, application process, and prerequisite coursework. You will also have an opportunity to speak with an academic advisor about transfer credit and a plan for completing prerequisite coursework.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a comprehensive University at Buffalo tour/information session. We strictly discuss programs within the School of Public Health & Health Professions.

When: Select one of the dates below

Time: We begin promptly at 3 PM and sessions are scheduled to last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Advisors will be available to answer individual questions following the session. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME!

Where: All sessions are held in 111 Kimball Tower, UB South Campus
Map: www.buffalo.edu/home/visiting-ub/CampusMaps.html

Parking: Visitor parking is available at no charge in all campus parking lots after 3 p.m.

A reminder regarding the event will be sent via e-mail the day before the event.

Please note: Prospective high school students are also highly encouraged to participate in the visit opportunities provided by the UB Admissions Office on North Campus. admissions.buffalo.edu/visit

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