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Undergraduate Resources

School of Architecture and Planning Undergraduate Academic Services provides a valuable resource to assist students in the attainment of their educational goals and adjustment to the academic rigors of university life. Advisement provided by School of Architecture and Planning Undergraduate Academic Services offers a broad spectrum of information to all undergraduate students in the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning. All students in the School of Architecture and Planning have direct access to advisors and faculty mentors upon admission to the School. Students are encouraged to consult regularly with their advisors and faculty mentors in matters pertaining to academic options, course selection, post baccalaureate studies, and career advisement. Students meet with advisors and faculty mentors as often as they choose to explore educational opportunities available within the School of Architecture and Planning and the University at Buffalo, and to plan a course of study that is consistent with their abilities, achievements, interests, and expectations. The ultimate goal of advisement is to empower School of Architecture and Planning students to use the tools and resources available to become active and responsible learners. (Adapted from the University at Buffalo's Statement on Academic Advising.)

Undergraduate Academic Services

R.J. Multari - Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education 716-829-3484 x4 

Kristen Gabriele - Advisement Assistant 716-829-3484 x4

Richard Malone - Advisement Assistant 716-829-3484 x4

Office Hours - Call 829-5900 for an appointment

Contact Us

Curriculum: Official undergraduate curriculum for past 6 years is available online at http://undergrad-catalog.buffalo.edu/. 

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Career Services

Contact: 

Ed Brodka (Environmental Design/Urban Planning) or Karen Nemeth (Architecture) – 716-645-2231

http://ub-careers.buffalo.edu/ 

Office Hours: Call 716-645-2231 for an appointment

Express Career Consults

Same day 20 minute appointments offer you a chance to get immediate help with short inquiries such as:

  • Resume and cover letter review
  • Question about upcoming interview
  • Brief job or internship search tips
  • Intro to major and career exploration

Slots open at 9 a.m. each morning and are filled on first-come, first-served basis. We recommend you reserve your Express appointment or stopping by the 121 Diefendorf Hall.  If you would like a longer time frame to meet with a career counselor, please schedule an individual appointment by calling.


Express Career Consult Hours
Thursdays
9am – 11am
121 Diefendorf Hall

Job Searches

http://www.ub-careers.buffalo.edu/student.php

http://www.ub-careers.buffalo.edu/jobintern.php#archurban

BullsEye Job Postings & More

Login to your password-protected BullsEye account to take advantage of a variety of online resources including a job/internship vacancy database, access to On-Campus Interviewing Program, Mentor Network, and more.

Self-Assessment Tools

Explore possible major and career paths using a variety of assessment tools. A follow-up counseling appointment can help you gain valuable insights and move forward with your career decisions.

Brent D. Arcangel Career Resource Library

Visit our library in 259 Capen Hall to use the large selection of print and electronic resources available to explore careers, jobs, and graduate/professional schools. Our staff is available regularly in the library to assist you.

On-Campus Interviewing Program

Employers regularly visit campus to recruit talented UB students for jobs and internships. Submit your resume in BullsEye to be considered for these opportunities

Mentor Network

Students can establish valuable mentor connections through the more than 550 professionals who have volunteered to help students explore careers, network, job shadow, and much more.

Workshops and Seminars

Gain valuable information by attending a career workshop or seminar. Examples of topics include resume writing, salary negotiation, technical internships, government careers, and more.

Request a Career Services workshop for your student club or organization.

Career Fairs and Events

These special events provide opportunities to explore your interests, interact with employers, and find ways to gain career experience. We host a variety of job/internship fairs and networking events throughout the year.

Testing Center

Our testing facility offers a variety of computerized tests for continuing education and employment purposes. Tests include the CLEP, GRE, TOEFL, MAT, MCAT, PRAXIS and more.