Virtual Table Talk
Academic Success Center
Diane Stoelting, director of our Academic Success Center, explains how resources such as peer tutoring and accessibility services help to maximize the success of students, beginning with freshman year.
Sean J. Donohue provides information about Niagara University’s award-winning Army ROTC program. The Purple Eagle Battalion consistently ranks in the top 10% of all Army ROTC programs in the nation.
With more than 100 clubs on campus, there's always something to do at Niagara! Just ask Bill Newton, assistant director of campus activities (aka the "dean of fun").
An astounding 97% of Niagara University alumni have secured jobs or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduating.
Find out why NU students experience such great postgraduate success from Stephanie Morris, director of career services.
Katie Kocsis, director of financial aid, outlines some of the many scholarship and financial aid opportunities available to Niagara University students.
Mission & Ministry
Niagara University's Vincentian heritage imbues in students a heightened sense of purpose that inspires them to be agents of change in their communities. Find out more from the Rev. Aidan Rooney, C.M., vice president for mission integration.
Simone McKinson-Beckford, assistant director of multicultural affairs, provides a glimpse of the numerous ways that Niagara University welcomes students of all backgrounds into its caring campus community.
Reaching Out to the World
Every student that enrolls at Niagara University has a chance to change the world. Dr. David Reilly, professor of political science, talks about a few ways you can make a global impact.
Learn more about living at Niagara University from Kim Fenton, director of residence life.