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Niagara University

Niagara University, NY
The Basics
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Niagara Says...

Niagara University offers a generous merit-based scholarship and grant program. These awards range from $5,500 up to full tuition. NU also offers athletic, community service, and ROTC scholarships.

Niagara University (NU), founded in 1856, is a private, independent university rooted in a Catholic ...
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Visiting And Contact Information

Bailo Hall

PO Box 2011

Niagara University, NY 14109

United States

Phone: 716-286-8700

Fax: 716-286-8710

Website

Admissions See more

GETTING IN: NOT VERY SELECTIVE
Applicants:
3,716
Acceptance Rate:
66%

ENROLLMENT

Total Undergraduate Enrollment:
3,227
Undergraduates from
In-State / Out-of-State: 
Out-of-State
In-State

FRESHMAN CLASS PROFILE: HIGH SCHOOL STATS

Average GPA:
3.4

TEST SCORE RANGES OF INCOMING FRESHMAN

SAT Reading Range
460     550
SAT Math Range
470     570
ACT Composite Range
21     25

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

Regular
August
1

VERY IMPORTANT ADMISSIONS FACTORS

  • Academic
  • Rigor of Secondary School Record
  • Class Rank
  • Academic GPA

Academics & Majors See more

Student/Faculty Ratio
12:1
Number of Majors: 54



  • Degrees Offered
  • Certificate
  • Associate
  • Bachelor's
  • Post-Bachelor's certificate
  • Master's
  • Post-Master's certificate
  • Doctoral/Research

% OF STUDENT BODY WHO...

Sports See more

Athletics Division: Division I Number of Men's Sports: 9 Sports Team Name: Purple Eagles Number of Women's Sports: 12

Student Body See more

Gender
Female
Male
Ethnicity
American Indian or Alaska Native
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Nonresident Aliens
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
Two or more races, non-Hispanic/Latino
Unknown
Full or Part-Time
Full-Time
Part-Time

Campus Life/Facilities See more

Campus Size: 160 acresNumber of Student Organizations: 81 Ugrads Living On Campus: 43% % of Wireless Classrooms: 100%
75% of campus is accesible to physically disabled students.

✓ Note Taking
✓ Reader Service
✓ Tape Recorder
✓ Tutors
✓ Bicycle plan for bike "friendly" campus.

Tuition & Aid See more

Private Institution Tuition
$27,700
Average Total Financial Aid Package:
$23,087

Average Freshman Scholarship Package:
$20,545
Avg. % of Need Met:
83%

Rankings And Lists

At A Glance