Niagara University Senior Term Enrichment Program (NUSTEP)
Students who are in their senior year of high school with an average of 80 percent or above, and who are academically prepared for college-level course work will be notified by the course instructor and/or guidance office of the opportunity to participate in the NUSTEP program. Academically ready juniors will also be considered.
You can take college classes for a fraction of the cost. Courses are $75 per credit hour with a $25 non-refundable registration fee per course (most courses are three credit hours or $250)!*
Get taught by one of your high school teachers using our NU course syllabus and exams at your high school campus!
Online Registration and Payment September 21-October 9, 2020, for Fall and Full-year Classes.
Recommended: Register and pay for all classes online at the same time by credit card.
Courses are $75 per credit hour with a $25 non-refundable registration fee per course (most courses are three credit hours or $250).*
Option two: Register online Sept. 21-Oct. 9 and mail in a check or money order along with a copy of your online registration to Student Accounts, P.O. Box 2004, Niagara University, N.Y. 14109. Payment MUST be postmarked by Oct. 9, for fall and full-year courses. Make checks payable to Niagara University.
The Office of Student Accounts cannot accept credit card payment over the phone.
*Student's with families that meet USDA 2020-2021 Income Eligibility Guidelines for free and reduced price meals and have documentation through their school's district office are eligible to receive free tuition. Proof of eligibility must be emailed by Oct. 9, 2020 for fall and full-year courses. The student must pay the non-refundable $25 registration fee per class.
Please note that all students in a district receiving a free lunch grant do not necessarily qualify for Free and Reduced lunch status through the USDA 2020-2021 Guidelines.
Questions? Please register for one of our online Question and Answer sessions, Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 4 p.m., or Thursday, Oct. 1, at 4 p.m. Please click on the link on this page.