Student Right to Know

The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act requires that institutions annually provide the institution's annual campus security report, general institutional information, graduation rates, financial aid, students' rights under FERPA, and information about its athletic program participation rates and financial support. This page centralizes this information for Niagara's current and prospective students. 

Below you will find some quick references. The most current information is available through the links on this page.

Much of this information is also published annually in the Niagara University catalogs.

Please note that although the EADA Report is available through the link on this page, a copy is also available upon request to students, prospective students, and the public. Please contact the Athletics Department at 716.286.8600 to request a copy.

Regional Accreditation

Regional Accreditor

Middle States Commission on Higher Education

3624 Market Street, 2nd Floor West 
Philadelphia, PA 19104 
Telephone: 267.284.5000

State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement

Niagara University participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) to offer online programs. Participation in SARA represents an agreement to maintain comparable standards for online education among member states, districts, and territories. More information can be found on the NC-SARA site.

Quick References