2019 International Student Orientation

Welcome to Niagara University! The Office of International Relations hosts an International Student Orientation in order to help you make a smooth transition to Niagara and the United States. This program will help you understand the resources available to assist you and introduce you to people who are always willing to help you be successful.

Who is this orientation for?

Anyone and everyone! All international ESL, undergraduate, and graduate students are welcome!

What Can I Expect at the Orientation?

  • Meet current students who are peer mentors who will help you learn about life at Niagara University.
  • Learn about policies, activities, expectations and supports available on campus.
  • Campus tour and tour of the area
  • Trip to local store

Schedule of Events

Spring 2019 Orientation (Details will be sent to students' emails)

The dates for our 2019 orientation have not been finalized yet; however, please check back soon as the dates will be released in coming days.

Please check back soon for an updated schedule.

We can assist you with transportation from the Buffalo/Niagara Airport. Please email us at international@niagara.edu to make arrangements. If your Visa allows and you choose to fly into Canada, you will arrive at the Toronto Pearson International Airport.  Toronto Pearson International Airport is about 1 ½ hours from campus (depending on traffic and bridge backups). A shuttle from Toronto Pearson Airport is your responsibility and can be arranged upon your arrival at the airport by visiting the shuttle kiosk located in the airport.

In anticipation of your arrival to campus, you are encouraged to “Like” Niagara University International Students on Facebook. You are also encouraged to join the NU International Students Fall 2018/2019 Facebook group. It is a great place to meet peer mentors and other new international students as well as to ask questions about your upcoming NU college experience.

Helpful Resources

If you have any question, please contact Dr. Debbie Curtis, executive director of International Relations/Brennan Center, at international@niagara.edu.