Studying at Niagara University
Welcome! Niagara University welcomes international students from around the world and is appreciative of the contributions and diversity they bring to our campus. Located in Western New York, nestled between the city of Buffalo and Niagara Falls, Niagara University offers many unique and abundant opportunities to these students.
Niagara University is a private coeducational liberal arts university founded in 1856 by the Vincentian Fathers and Brothers. A rich Catholic heritage enriches every aspect of Niagara University, benefiting the personal and professional development of all students. There are over 50 majors to chose from, between the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Business, the College of Hospitality and Tourism, the College of Education, and the award-winning Academic Exploration Program, as well as over 80 clubs and activities on campus.
Niagara University operates on two semesters or terms per year:
|Fall Semester:||Late August — Mid December|
|Spring Semester:||Mid January — Mid May|
|Summer Sessions:||May, June and July (courses offered on a limited basis)|
The latest tuition information can be found here. If you are an international student seeking admissions to Niagara University, please use this information to find out more about admissions requirements, academic programs and financial aid opportunities. If you still have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.