NUSTEP

Check out what NUSTEP is all about

NUSTEP Registration and Payment Deadlines

Registration

  • Fall 2013 - Sept. 2-27, 2013
  • Full Year - Sept. 2-27, 2013
  • Spring 2014 - Feb. 3-28, 2013

Late Registration ($50 late fee assessed)

  • Fall 2013/Full Year - Sept. 28 - Oct. 11
  • Spring 2014 - March 1-15, 2014

Payment

  • Fall 2013/Full Year - Oct. 14, 2013
  • Spring 2014 - March 15, 2014
Please note: Courses will be dropped for nonpayment after deadline

Niagara University Senior Term Enrichment Program (NUSTEP)

Welcome to Niagara University’s concurrent enrollment program, NUSTEP. Niagara University offers many entry level (general education) college courses in local high schools for college credit. This program allows qualified juniors and seniors the opportunity to challenge themselves to the rigors of college level work while remaining on their high school campus - all at a discounted cost.

Students are recommended by instructors or school counselors for the program; then, a university representative visits the school to explain the program further. The instructors use the course descriptions, outlines, syllabi and exams constructed by the academic department at the university. Courses cost $65 per credit hour. Therefore, a three-credit course costs $195, a substantial savings over the regular fee. Students on free or reduced lunch programs (verified by high school administration) are able to receive a tuition waiver that will cover the cost of the course; there is a $20 non-refundable registration fee that all students are required to pay regardless of any type of waiver that they may receive.

NUSTEP is accredited by The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships.  

Summer Academy – 2014

Here is your opportunity to continue to earn college credits during the summer – attend the Summer Academy 2014 on the Niagara University campus! Students who will be juniors or seniors in high school, as well as incoming freshmen at Niagara University in the fall of 2014 have a unique opportunity to earn three college credits during the two week Summer Academy July 21 – Aug. 1, 2014.

Download the brochure and application now. Check out the courses and submit your application soon – space is limited. You can choose to either commute to campus each day, or you can stay on campus in a residence hall and take advantage of the many activities that are being planned for resident students.  

Planning for your future has never been easier or more affordable. Check it out today!   

Student Rights Under FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. Please refer to the undergraduate catalog or this link.