FAQs

Yes, you may apply while waiting for a scheduled exam. However, conditional admission is not provided to students. We must receive your scores before admission decisions will be made.

The TOEFL code for Niagara University is 2558.

Niagara University has a rolling admissions policy. However, you will need to make an appointment with your local US Embassy or Consulate, and make flight arrangements based on your visa. We suggest you start sending application materials six months prior to the start of the semester. If there is anything that needs to be updated for your file, or if the information you have sent is not correct (eg. bank statement), there will be time for you to mail these things to us (allow between 2-6 weeks for mail to reach NU). The University must receive the necessary documenbts (Academic, Financial and Linguistic) by August 1 for the Fall Semester and December 1 for the Spring Semester.

Niagara University offers several options for housing on campus. Please visit Residence Life to learn more about accommodations.

Students may choose to take a bus or a taxi to arrive to Niagara University. The bus with NFTA will be a less expensive option. The following route from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BNIA) to Niagara University will take approximately two hours to arrive on campus:

  • Depart BNIA Driveway & BNIA Terminal on 24B DOWNTOWN
  • Arrive Washington Street & South Division Street
  • Transfer to
  • Depart North Division & Main Street on 40A NIAGARA FALLS
  • Arrive Portage Road & Portage Rd Transpo Center
  • Transfer to
  • Depart Portage Road & Portage Rd Transpo Centeron 50A ST. MARYS 50A HOSPITAL
  • Arrive University Drive & Dunleavy Hall

Education USA offers information on various aspects of life in the United States for international students before, during and after the academic program. Please visit EducationUSA for further details.