Step inside the world of a Niagara student!
With the Niagara Nights program, you'll get to find out exactly what that's like. Join us on campus for a "day in the life" experience. Spend the night in our residence halls with a current Niagara student. Then wake up, eat breakfast in Russell J. Salvatore Dining Commons, and sit in on a class, or a meet with a professor, admissions counselor, or financial aid representative.
First time on campus? We can also make room in your busy day for a campus tour to see all that Niagara has to offer. Finish up your day with a delicious lunch in either the Russell J. Salvatore Dining Commons or the Gallagher Center. We hope you'll join us!
Note: please let us know if you have any food allergies or dietary preferences (vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, etc.) or if you have any medical conditions or physical limitations that may be impacted by hills, stairs, or general walking by sending an email to the overnight coordinator, Julie Candella at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Niagara Nights are for high school seniors who have been accepted to and seriously considering attending Niagara University. Unfortunately, we are only able to extend this opportunity to high school seniors.
The primary means of communication for the Niagara Nights is through email. When registering, please provide an email address that is working and frequently checked.
Niagara Nights begin at 3:30 p.m. on the first day and ends at noon on the second. Before registering, please make arrangements to have transportation to and from campus at these times. Tours, appointments with professors, and meetings with financial aid are not a part of the program, but may be scheduled at your request. Since there are only 10 spots available, please let us know in advance if you can no longer attend so that we may offer your spot to another student.