Niagara University Senior Term Enrichment Program (NUSTEP)

Take college classes for a fraction of the cost (just $25 for registration per semester, and $75 per credit hour with most classes being three credit hours)!*

Get taught by one of your high school teachers at your high school campus!

Signing up for NUSTEP

To sign up for a class that you are taking at your high school, click the "Enroll Now" link and fill out the form that pops up. Online enrollment is open for fall classes from Sept 16 - Oct. 15. Once signed up for a course (or courses), be sure to come back to this page to pay for the classes by Oct. 15. To pay, click on the "Payment" link.

Online Enrollment Fall Semester: Sept. 16 - Oct. 15

For those who enroll online between Sept. 16 and Oct. 15, payments must be made by Oct. 15.

*Payments made during this time online with a credit/debit card will not be charged the 2.6% processing fee.

Anyone Enrolling After Oct. 15 Must:

*Call the student accounts office to enroll 716.286.8300
*Pay up front with a credit/debit card to enroll late (a 2.6% processing fee will be charged)
*Pay the following late fees:
     $50 late fee assessed after Oct. 15 (Oct. 16-Oct.25)
     $100 late fee assessed after Oct. 25 (Oct. 28-Nov. 1)

Payments Accepted for Registration and Tuition fees
Fall semester: Sept. 16 - Nov. 26

Please note: courses will be dropped for non-payment on Dec. 2. Students will not receive college credit.

*Student's with families that meet USDA 2019-2020 Income Eligibility Guidelines for free and reduced price meals and have documentation through their school's guidance office are eligible to receive a discount on tuition. Students must register and pay the $25 registration fee. 

The NUSTEP Office must receive written permission from the school's guidance office for each student that is eligible by these USDA guidelines -- even if the school participates in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).

Special High School On-Campus Program

For the same price as NUSTEP ($25 registration fee and $75 per credit hour) high school students who are recommended by their guidance counselor or instructors can apply to take up to two college courses per semester at Niagara University where they would sit alongside college students. Students who are interested in this program must submit the Special High School Program Application to the NUSTEP office, indicating what courses they would like to sign up for (click here for course offerings and availability). High school students may be approved to take 100 or 200 level courses based on prior academic work and availability of seating in the courses.