Niagara University, New York 14109
|Level||Four or more years|
Financial Aid Office
Admissions OfficeOnline Application (Fee: 30)
|Total 2016 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment||2,950|
|Total 2016 Full-Time First-Year Enrollment||622|
|Total 2016 Total Enrollment||4,017|
|Middle 50% Range of HS GPA for Freshmen||85-89|
|Middle 50% Range of ACT/SAT for Freshmen||ACT composite: 21-25; SAT reading; 460-560; SAT math 470-570|
|Accept Transfer Students||Yes|
|Minimum GPA of transfers||2.84-3.51|
|Total 2016 Full-Time Transfer Student Enrollment||175 incoming first time transfers|
|Catholic Order Affiliation||Vincentian|
|3 Most Popular Majors||Nursing, Accounting, Biology|
|Unique Academic Programs||Actuarial Science, Art History with Museum Studies, Theatre (BFA), Food Marketing, Hospitality and Tourism and the Academic Exploration Program for undeclared students|
Niagara University was founded in 1856 by two Vincentian priests: Father Lynch and Father Timon.
The eagle on the Niagara University seal - and the name of NU's mascot, Monte - is indicative of the institution's scenic location on Monteagle Ridge.
Niagara University has had its own post office since December 29, 1887. It even has its own zip code (14109)!