Current Students

Niagara University's Academic Exploration Program is here to guide and support you on your path from undecided major to career professional every step of the way. Use these online tools and resources to take advantage of everything AEP has to offer. Don't forget to read your advisor's monthly email update!

Declaring Your Major or Minor

    • Please make an appointment with your AEP advisor to declare your major.  You must have a minimum 2.0 GPA to declare a major (some exceptions). 

    1. Education majors (teaching certification) require an interview with the Assistant to the Dean in the College of Education and a 2.5 GPA. 

    2. Social Work majors require an interview with the Department Chair and a 2.5 GPA. 

    3. Liberal Arts majors, a proposal is required.  Please consult with your advisor for details.

    4. Double majors, please consult with your advisor for details.                                                                        

    • Minors are declared through myNU in the Academics tab.  "application to declare a minor"            

Majors, Minors, and Curriculum Cards

  •  Majors and minors at Niagara: Please use this page to review the requirements of your interest areas to prepare for advisement meetings.

Registration Information

    • Your can find your registration date here; it is also listed in myNU under the Registration & Advisement tab.   Registration closes before the first day of classes.

    • To take advantage of the first opportunity to register you must:                                                                                 

    1. See your AEP advisor to have your registration account unlocked.                                                      

    2. Update your personal profile information in myNU (details in the Registration & Advisement tab).

    3. Hold descriptions: Have all holds on your registration account from Student Accounts or Financial Aid cleared.  

    • There are two ways to register for classes:

    1. Online through Web Advisor or through myNU. Please review the instructions for online registration.

    2. Register at the Records Office. Bring your signed advisement card to the Records Office on or after your registration date.

Drop Add Procedures

    • Students can drop and add courses through the first two weeks of classes.

    • AEP strongly encourages students to have their schedules resolved during the first week of classes.

    • To drop/add during week 1: Schedules can be adjusted in Web Advisor from registration through week 1.  Please notify or consult with your advisor regarding changes.

    • To drop/add during week 2: Web Advisor is no longer active.  Meet with your AEP advisor to begin the drop/add process.

    • To add a class during week 2: After meeting with your advisor, you must attain the instructor's signature for permission to add.  Closed courses will require the department chair’s signature as well.

    Once a class is added, it is the student's responsibility to speak with the instructor to find out what work he or she has missed.  It is the student's responsibility to catch up on the missed work.