There are three types of accommodations on campus.

  • Residence hall-style rooms with double occupancy and limited single and triple occupancy.
  • Tudor-style homes with occupancy up to 12-13 individuals, called Varsity Village.
  • On campus apartments, each unit accommodating four individuals.

The residence halls and Varsity Village houses do not have air conditioning. The apartments have individual climate control units.

Each residence hall room is furnished with two single beds, two desks, chairs, a filing cabinet, and two wardrobe units with hanging and drawer space.

An alarm clock, toiletries, sandals to use in public restrooms, and a small fan for warmer weather.

Based on availability, the university will provide each guest with a set of bed linens, pillow and pillow case, blanket, towel, and washcloth.

Yes, handicapped-accessible living areas are available in each housing option.

Yes, there are residence hall rooms and Apartments to accommodate singles, doubles and a limited number of triple rooms.

Rooms are cleaned prior to check-in. All public areas will be thoroughly cleaned every day and we also request that each guest places garbage outside their room for disposal every morning.

Yes, each housing option has laundry facilities that are free to all of our guests.

Campus Safety is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our campus is also equipped with a blue light system.

Yes, Wi-Fi is available at no charge throughout the campus. In-room Internet access is also available through Ethernet ports.

Yes. Niagara University's Metz Culinary Management offers a wide variety of menu items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition, the Gallagher Center also offers specialty stations that serve sandwiches, pizza, chicken fingers, and much more.

All guests who are staying on campus are allowed to use the Kiernan Center. A $5 per day charge will apply per person.

Yes. Visitors and groups, once checked in, are able to park in designated areas throughout campus.

Yes. Motor coach buses have ample space to park at no cost.

Yes. Each group will be required to have a $1 million policy to hold an event on campus, although most of our groups that we hosted on our campus claimed that the process of requesting this policy was simple and often cost-free.

Yes. All open green space is free to use. Athletic fields need approval and additional charges may apply.

No. Just simply contact Center for Conferences & Events or at 716.286.8705.

Yes. Classrooms are available based upon the college’s course schedule. Room rental rates are quoted based on the entire package.

The largest room to hold a meeting is 200 people theatre style. As an option, the Power Vista is walking distance from campus and can accommodate up to 300 people, theatre style. Our athletic facilities can accommodate up to 800 people. The university also works with the Niagara Falls Conference Center for larger groups.