Audio-visual equipment is available at no extra cost. Classrooms are equipped with desktop computers, laptop connections, projector and screen, sound system, DVD and VHS player, and a document camera. Select rooms in Dunleavy Hall have separate televisions with DVD and VHS players. Also, select rooms in the Academic Complex are equipped with SMART boards.
Located at the center of campus, Dunleavy Hall is a three-floor facility with classrooms built to accommodate 20 people as well as a lecture hall that comfortably seats 150. This wheelchair-accessible building is also furnished with a state-of-the-art television studio, which possesses all of the equipment necessary for shooting and editing a modern video production. Classrooms are fully-equipped and tech-ready for presentations.
Castellani Art Museum
One of the jewels of Niagara University, the Castellani Art Museum is dedicated to the enjoyment and educational potential of the visual arts. The museum's 20-foot-high central exhibition hall can accommodate up to 200 people for an event. Enjoy a lecture while surrounded by more than 5,000 pieces of distinguished contemporary artworks.
St. Vincent's Hall
St. Vincent's Hall contains a 125-seat amphitheater that sits adjacent to a banquet hall, which seats up to 96 guests for dinner. The banquet room furnishes guests with a panoramic view of the Niagara River Gorge. There is also a beautiful pre-function area that is ideal for hosting coffee breaks. Classrooms range from seating for 30 to 45 people. There are three computer laboratories, which accommodate up to 30 people, two conference rooms,and the building is wheelchair accessible. Classrooms are fully equipped and tech-ready for presentations.
B. Thomas Golisano Center for Integrated Sciences
The newest addition to the Niagara University campus is the B. Thomas Golisano Center for Integrated Sciences. This building is equipped with numerous teaching laboratories for many of the science fields. There is also a tiered lecture hall, which seats 55 people as well as two conference rooms that suite 10 to 20 people.
Gallagher Center Multi-Purpose Room
The Gallagher Center's lower level includes a spacious multipurpose room, which can accommodate up to 240 people (theatre style). State-of-the-art audio and visual equipment has also been installed for groups holding general sessions.
Academic Complex/Bisgrove Hall
Home to Niagara University's colleges of Education and Business Administration, the Academic Complex and adjacent Bisgrove Hall have a select number of classrooms, which can seat 30 to 40 people. Classrooms are fully equipped and tech-ready for presentations. There are also SMART boards in some of the classrooms. There is a banquet room on the third floor, which can accommodate up to 100 guests. Three conference rooms can accommodate up to 20 people for a meeting.
Named for the founder of the Congregation of the Mission, St. Vincent de Paul, DePaul Hall is where students will find a lecture hall and research laboratories that are now utilized by Niagara's nursing and psychology departments. A modern Clinical Skills Center for nursing students has been added that simulates a small caregiving environment, with four hospital bed units and a nursing station.
Alumni Hall is home to the President's Office and university chapel, along with numerous administrative offices. The chapel space can host up to 335 people in pews. A projector and screen may be brought in and set up.
Niagara Power Project Power Vista*
Located adjacent to Niagara University's campus, the Niagara Power Project Vista transforms the energy of the Niagara River into a plentiful supply of the nation's cleanest and least expensive electricity. With a banquet room that can accommodate up to 300 people (theatre style), the Power Vista allows Niagara University groups the use of their space.