Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs seeks to enhance the Niagara University student experience by supporting the educational, Catholic and Vincentian mission of the university through diverse programs and services. Guided by the university’s core values, Student Affairs administrators partner with students, faculty and staff to create a co-curricular and experiential learning environment that inspires a community of service learners. Informed by the university’s mission, the Student Affairs sector places an emphasis on respect and appreciation for others, promoting the rights and God-given dignity of every person.

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs provides leadership to the multiple departments that comprise the Division of Student Affairs.

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Campus Activities

Student interest and involvement is an essential element of campus life at Niagara. We have a very lengthy list of clubs and organizations, as well as individual opportunities for students to get involved.

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Counseling Services

Counseling Services is dedicated to providing confidential mental health counseling to help students work through and overcome those obstacles that may be hindering their ability to reach their full potential, so that they may achieve greater personal, academic, and professional success.

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Health Services

Student Health Services (SHS) strives to provide seamless, coordinated and compassionate care at each student encounter and to promote the overall health and  productivity of the Niagara University community.      

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Kiernan Rec Center

We are the one stop for all your recreational needs. The center offers over fifty (50) intramural, recreational & health/wellness programs for the University community.

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Office of Multicultural Affairs

The office of Multicultural Affairs seeks to help each student maximize their college experience through learning more about themselves as well as others.

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Student Orientations

When you come to Niagara University, we want you to truly feel that you are a member of our campus community. And that's why we offer summer and fall orientation sessions for new students.

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NU S.A.G.E. is Niagara University's student organization that helps address the needs and concerns related to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender students.

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NUSGA (Niagara University Student Government Association) is here for you, the student. It is our role to represent students as a whole to faculty, staff, and policy at Niagara. NUSGA strives to address all interests and concerns as well as fund student organizations.

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Residence Life

Living on campus is a major part of the Niagara experience. Our residence halls offer much more than just a place to study and sleep.

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The Niagara University Opportunity Program is a comprehensive program designed for students who have the potential for and interest in furthering their education but are not admissible under Niagara University's regular admissions criteria.

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Student Conduct System

The Student Code of Conduct forms the foundation for behavioral expectations at Niagara University. The Student Conduct System strives to instill moral and ethical values, integrity, respect for the human dignity of each community member.

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Office of Violence Prevention & Education

The Office of Violence Prevention & Education is a grant program funded by the Department of Justice. The Campus Program was created to assist colleges and universities in building effective, comprehensive responses to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking (DVDVSAS) …

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