Living On-Campus

Hall Descriptions

Learn more about Niagara University's residence halls.

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Top Ten Reasons to Live on Campus

10. Academic Success   Research of college and university students across the nation shows that students who live on campus are more satisfied with their college experience, earn better grades and are more likely to graduate than their commuting peers. 9. Convenience   No commuting hassles! Stop …

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Things to Bring

What do I bring when I move in? Listed below are a few suggested items that you should consider when packing.  You will want to talk with your roommate(s) as well and see what they might be bringing and what you will choose to share. PERSONAL ITEMS Luggage or plastic tote carriers (easy for …

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Disability-Related Housing Requests

If you have a documented disability that requires a specific housing accommodation, please  click this link  to submit your request.  

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Community Standards

Community Standards The Community Standards Model is a concept developed by Dr. Terry Piper, and was first implemented at the University of Las Vegas, Nev. The driving principle of Community Standards is to provide an opportunity for members of a residential community to work together in creating a …

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Academic Success

Role of Residence Life in Academics Living on campus is about learning. From having a roommate to figuring out how to study for college exams, the experience of living in a residence hall can have a significant impact on student learning and academic performance. Residence Life places great …

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Commitment to Diversity and Social Justice

The Office of Residence Life’s Commitment to Diversity and Social Justice Residence Life is committed to creating and maintaining safe, inclusive communities that welcome and accept people of all identities. The diverse characteristics and backgrounds of our residents and staff are central to the …

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Amenities & Services

NU I.D. Card and Keys Card access buildings require the use of your university I.D. card to enter the exterior doors of the building.   The NU I.D. card serves as your primary form of on-campus identification; use it to do things like check out library resources, access your meal plan and utilize …

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