The University at Buffalo offers students an excellent education at a cost that is more affordable than most other major research universities. In 2011, the State of New York established a predictable tuition plan for SUNY. In support of this tuition agreement, the University at Buffalo has developed a strategic plan which directs revenues to initiatives which will positively impact the student experience by emphasizing academic quality, student success, and affordability.
The University at Buffalo offers students an excellent education at a cost that is more affordable than most other major research universities. As our costs rise, and in recognition of students’ and families’ need to plan for college, the university sought a tuition agreement which would make costs transparent and enable us to plan for the outstanding educational experience that our students expect and that we wish to deliver.
In 2011, the State of New York established a predictable tuition plan for SUNY and CUNY campuses. The plan enables the University at Buffalo to raise additional revenues that directly benefit students through a new Academic Excellence and Success fee. It also limits increases to tuition for out-of-state students to no more than 10 percent annually. Approval of the fee and annual out-of-state tuition amounts is dependent upon an annual review of the university's plan for improving the educational experience for students.
In addition to tuition and fees charged by the University, DDS and most Advanced Education programs have program-specific fees and requirements.
DDS students may refer to the following Estimated Expenses DDS document, which is updated as changes occur:
A complete explanation of University billing dates and due dates for every semester is available on the UB Student Accounts website.
|University eBill Notification |
emailed after 4:00 p.m. EST
|University eBill Due|
|July 17, 2017*||August 17, 2017|
|September 11, 2017**||October 11, 2017|
|October 16, 2017||November 15, 2017|
|November 20, 2017||December 20, 2017|
*If you enroll on or before July 16, 2017
**If you enroll after July 16, 2017
Continuing students are required to maintain their enrollment each term. Students who are not registered for at least 1 course for credit on July 16, 2017 will be charged a $40 late registration fee. This is non-negotiable and must be paid.
All new students should be registered by the first day of classes for the term. A $40 late registration fee will be charged to any student who is not registered on the first day of classes, but who subsequently registers. This fee will apply to all students including those who receive late admission to the university.
Note: The last day for new UB students to enroll for the fall 2017 term without a $40 late registration fee is August 27, 2017.
When you register, you assume responsibility for paying all tuition and fees associated with your enrollment/registration. You must pay even if you did not attend a single class unless you have dropped or resigned your courses according to the published deadlines. This applies to those who are withdrawing from the University OR those who have fallen below full-time status.
Note: If you have received Title IV financial aid (Pell, Perkins, SEOG, Direct Loans) for the semester you resign, you should examine the Policy Statement for the Adjustment of Financial Aid Due to Discontinuance of Study.
Advanced Education programs in the School of Dental Medicine follow the Liability Deadlines posted on the UB Student Accounts website at:
The DDS program follows the liability deadlines listed below. These deadlines are based upon the start date for each individual course:
|Financial Liability is|
|For Courses Dropped/Resigned||Tuition|
|By the end of the First Week of Classes||0%|
|Second Week of Classes||30%|
|Third Week of Classes||50%|
|Fourth Week of Classes||70%|
|After Fourth Week of Classes||100%|