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  • General Address :
  • Niagara University, New York 14109
    USA
    Phone: (716) 285-1212
  • Institution Type :
  • Private , 4-year
  • Student Population:
  • 1,000-5,000 students

  • Awards Offered:
  • Certificate
    Bachelor's
    Masters
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  • About the School:
  • Niagara University educates its students and enriches their lives through programs in the liberal arts and through career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions.

    Enabling goals:

    As a university, Niagara prepares its students for positions of responsibility in the professions and in the broader society. Through teaching, research and service in programs of study at the baccalaureate and graduate levels, Niagara seeks to develop within its students a passion for learning.

    The university's commitment to the Catholic doctrine and its moral code inspire respect for the God-given digity of every person and all faith traditions Studenrs experience the vision and reality of a gospel-based, value-centered education.

    As a vincentian university, Niagara draws inspiration from St. Vincent de Paul, who organized his contemporaries to respond compassionately to people's basic needs. Continuig this tradition, Niagara seeks to inspire its students to serve all members fo society, especially the poor and oppressed, in local communities and in the larger world.

    Overall, through its curricular and extracurricular programs, Niagara University seeks to develop the whole person, mind, body, heart and soul, for the benefit of one's personal and professional life.
  • Admission information :
  • Admission Office Phone: (716) 286-8700

    Undergraduate application fee (2006): $30
    Admission / Applications ratio (2006): 76%

    Admission Considerations:
    Secondary school GPA (Required), Secondary school rank (Required), Secondary school record (Required), Completion of college-prepatory program (Recommended), Recommendations (Recommended), Formal demonstration of competencies (Recommended), Admission test scores (Required), TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) (Required)
  • Test Scores (2006) :
  • 25th Percentile75th Percentile
    SAT Critical Reading480570
    SAT Math470580
    SAT Writing
    ACT Composite1925
    ACT English
    ACT Math
     
    Notes:
    25th Percentile = 25% of students scored at or below
    75th Percentile = 25% of students scored above
  • Tuition and Fees :
  • Undergraduate Academic Year Cost:

    2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008
    Tuition and fees $19,800 $21,240 $22,300
    Books and supplies $900 $900 $900
    Room and board (on campus) $8,450 $8,850 $9,300
  • Financial Aid Information:
  • Financial Aid Office Phone: (716) 286-8686

    Percentage of students receiving any financial aid: 100%

    Average amount of types of financial aid received from:
    Federal Grants: $4,395
    State/Local Grants: $2,460
    Institutional Grants: $11,346
    Student Loans: $3,990
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