The Office of Student Affairs seeks to enhance the Niagara University student experience by supporting the educational, Catholic and Vincentian mission of the university through diverse programs and services.
Guided by the university’s core values, Student Affairs administrators partner with students, faculty and staff to create a cocurricular and experiential learning environment that inspires a community of service learners. As a student, you can become involved in many areas.
Student interest and involvement is an essential element of campus life at Niagara. We have a very lengthy list of clubs and organizations, as well as individual opportunities for students to get involved. Learn more.
NUSGA (Niagara University Student Government Association) is here for you, the student. It is our role to represent students as a whole to faculty, staff and policymakers at Niagara. NUSGA strives to address all interests and concerns as well as fund student organizations. Learn more.
Clubs and Organizations
Niagara offers students over 80 clubs and organizations to get involved with. Whether it’s the EAGLE leadership society or the lacrosse club that catches your interest, you’ll find a variety of social, cultural, athletic and educational groups to choose from. Learn more.
Approximately 1,500 students are housed in several residence halls, apartments and a grouping of six small cottages on campus. The buildings are staffed with well-trained residence directors (RDs) and community advisors (CAs), who work to create a positive, pleasant and safe climate in the halls. They offer assistance to students, implement educational and social programs and manage the facilities. Learn more.