Eagle Experience Scholarship

Take in the Eagle Experience and receive a one-time, non-renewable $1,500 scholarship.

The Eagle Experience

What is the Eagle Experience?

This new and easy scholarship opportunity is a boon for students entering college in Fall 2021. All they have to do is learn more about The Power of Niagara. See what Niagara is like during an online, interactive admissions event or an in-person tour. Chat with an admissions counselor and learn about everything Niagara offers from academics to life on campus. Finally, apply to Niagara by Nov. 1, 2020, to receive the Eagle Experience Scholarship.

That’s it. That’s the $1,500 scholarship.

You can qualify in three easy steps:

1. Attend a virtual or in-person admissions event.

1. Attend a virtual or in-person admissions event.

You can experience Niagara from anywhere, just by attending an online or in-person event. You must attend, not just register.


2. Connect with a counselor.

2. Connect with a counselor.

Reach out about our admissions process, campus life, prospective majors, and more, while having a meaningful interaction with our counselor. You can email, text, call, video call, or meet in person. Don't worry, the counselor will track this interaction.

3. Apply by November 1, 2020.

3. Apply by November 1, 2020.

Use the Niagara University application or the common application. You don't have to fully complete the application, in case of a transcript delay.



The following restrictions apply.

ELIGIBLE: incoming Fall 2021 full-time students and transfer students both in-state and out-of-state. Completes the three requirements of demonstrated interest. 
NOT ELIGIBLE: Athletic Scholarship recipients and readmits

PLEASE NOTE: This is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship applied to your financial package. If you are receiving a full-tuition benefit from any program or are receiving an Athletic Scholarship, you will not be eligible for this scholarship. This award goes toward tuition costs and does not cover the direct cost of study abroad or other off-campus programs.