Other UB Administered Scholarships
UB’s New Scholarship Portal
You work hard to earn scholarships. UB’s scholarship portal makes it easy to find them. The General Application opens in early October and remains open through the spring term. Once you complete it, you can return regularly to view new opportunities the system has matched with your academic record and responses. New scholarships are added each term. Your application can be updated at any time prior to a published scholarship deadline.
Transitioning to the Scholarship Portal
UB’s scholarship team is working hard to complete the roll out of the portal, which is anticipated for fall 2020. In the meantime, please continue to seek opportunities on departmental and dean’s office websites until all philanthropic scholarships across campus are available on the portal. For your convenience, we have gathered information on some opportunities that can be more challenging to find. They are available to students across a variety of majors who meet the following criteria:
- demonstrated leadership capacity;
- involvement in specific community issues;
- study abroad, internship or other experiential learning plans;
- involvement in campus organizations or specific research;
- specific academic honors not associated with a major.
Minority Faculty and Staff Association Student Scholarships
Scholarships for students previously in foster care
Scholarships for students committed to the Western New York community
Students who may be eligible for nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships
Scholarships for UB students with disabilities
Funds for athletes recruited to UB from all over the world, typically at the top of their division or conference levels in secondary schools, will not be viewable on the on the scholarship portal. As part of the Mid-American Conference (MAC), UB’s NCAA Division 1 athletics program requires interested students to complete an online recruiting questionnaire and then contact coaches directly.
Information is subject to change without notice due to changes in federal, state and/or institutional rules and regulations. Students must complete a FAFSA every year. Students must be making satisfactory academic progress to continue to receive financial aid.