Visit! It’s one of the most important things you can do when choosing a college.
Niagara offers several convenient options throughout the year to visit campus and meet with students, faculty and staff.
Prospective students (and their families) can now register for both in-person and online campus visits and tours.
Both options include an admissions consultation and tour of our beautiful campus, which overlooks the Niagara River Gorge.
In-person, onsite appointments will be conducted in accordance with health and safety policies established by leading health experts. Even our walking tour will maintain social distancing and masking protocols. We offer hand sanitization stations throughout the campus.
Upon request, we can also make appointments with a faculty member from your major, and/or to speak with someone in our Office of Financial Aid.
Schedule your visit ASAP as capacity is limited.
Open House offers you the unique opportunity and freedom to get information relevant to your interests. You can explore our 80+ majors; learn more about admissions, student life, financial aid, and career services; and tour campus.
Niagara University welcomes groups of high school-aged students to visit our campus. Our group visits consist of a walking tour of campus and a meeting with an admissions counselor that covers the college preparation process. The presentation will highlight Niagara University and the college process in general.
Group requests should be placed at least two weeks in advance to allow ample time to provide accommodations. Due to social distancing precautions and staff availability, we may not be able to accommodate all group requests.
Groups of 10 people (or less) are also welcome to join us for a daily visit.
We offer numerous in-person and virtual events to help you understand why so many students choose to transfer to Niagara.
You can find out more about admissions, transfer scholarships, and your major. We'll tailor the conversation to suit your interests and goals.
Niagara University offers more than 30 graduate programs, including a Ph.D. program in leadership and policy. Courses are offered in a variety of formats (in-person, online, nights, Saturday, etc.) so that you achieve your career goals on your schedule.
Program Showcases are mini-open houses that connect prospective students and their families with current students, alumni and faculty from specific academic programs.
These casual events are excellent opportunities for you to gain knowledge about a subject area that may interest you. You'll also hear how working with our world-class professors will put you on the fast track to personal and professional success.