Serving the Community

From the President

Niagara seeks to inspire its students, faculty, and staff to serve all members of society, especially those most in need.

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Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M. Institute for Civic Engagement

The Sustainable Sandals Project is one of the Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M. Institute for Civic Engagement's primary initiatives. Niagara University was established more than 150 years ago in the Catholic and Vincentian tradition, meaning that the institution is committed to serving those less …

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The Health of our Community

Learn about the many ways NU seeks to improve the health and economic vitality of the region.

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Educating our Community

NU strives to educate the community through programs like the Institute of Applied Learning, Learn and Serve, Certificate of Applied Urban Ministry, Border Community Service.

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Economic Growth in our Community

NU recognizes the important role it plays in the growth and stability of the regional economy.

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Working to Revitalize our Community

Discover the many ways Niagara University is working to revitalize our community.

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Mission: Somalia

Dr. Abdiweli Ali took a leave of absence from his associate professor position at Niagara University to become the prime minister of Somalia in June 2011. As Dr. Ali strives to assuage the many hardships faced by his native country, the Niagara University community is lending its support.

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Niagara Reaches Out to the World

Niagara University's Vincentian tradition is making a positive impact around the world through the good work being done by faculty, staff, alumni, and students.

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First Responder Disability Awareness Training

The First Responder Disability Awareness Training (FRDAT) offered by Niagara University is designed to give you the knowledge necessary to best serve and respond to individuals with disabilities. Created in cooperation with all the major first responder associations, councils and state offices in…

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EntrepreNU

The EntrepreNU Contest is a new program being run by the Vincentian Community Enterprise Project (VCEP), which is a collaboration between faculty and staff from all four colleges, the Levesque Institute, and ReNU Niagara.

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