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COVID-19 and Visiting NU

A healthy and safe campus community

Beginning on Monday, Feb. 28, the university will update its health and safety protocols to include the following for the Lewiston campus:

  • The university will drop its mask requirement in most public places on the Lewiston campus. We will continue to monitor guidance in Ontario and will adjust protocols as appropriate.
  • It is important to recognize that some individuals may choose to continue to wear masks in university settings. We ask that you respect the decision of any individual who may make this personal choice.
  • The CDC also notes that individuals with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.

Please note that not all Admissions events require proof of vaccination, in accordance with university guidelines. Attendees are encouraged to refer to confirmation emails for details, or contact the Office of Admissions. 

Niagara University's Office of Admissions can be reached by phone at 800.462.2111 or 716.286.8700, or via email at admissions(at)

Campus & Visits

Yes! Niagara University's campus is open to students and families. To schedule a visit, please click here

We are holding daily visit sessions on an ongoing basis. Your visit and tour will take place with admissions advisors, students, and, upon request, representatives from other departments.

Please click on the corresponding links for health and safety protocols pertaining to events hosted by NU Theatre and Niagara University Athletics

December 2021 Update: All Canadian travelers into the US for the purpose of visiting campus are required to be fully vaccinated as in accordance with US travel regulations. Additionally, all travelers are to complete their arrival form in the ArriveCan app before re-entering Canada. Failure to do so may result in required quarantine directions by the CBSA and Canadian Federal Government.

Admitted Students

Of course!

You are invited at any time to contact the Office of Financial Aid at fao(at) or 716.286.8686.

We understand that the market has been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Please connect with your admissions advisor to talk through your options.

And, as mentioned above, you can always connect with our Office of Financial Aid.

Undergraduate Applicants

Yes! We are accepting and reviewing new applications and are committed to getting you an admission and scholarship decision as soon as possible.

Transfer Students

You're invited to contact any of the team members from our Office of Transfer Admissions:

  • Mark Wojnowski (716.286.8718)
  • Emily Buell (716.286.8712)

Or complete this form and someone from our admissions team will follow up with you right away.

Graduate Students

Yes, and we are still moving students through the process with email communications to let you know if you are missing any information.

You are welcome to contact any of the academic program directors or fill out this brief form with general questions.