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Niagara University

Niagara University, New York 14109

Level Four or more years
Undergraduate Enrollment 2,950
Setting Suburb
Links Financial Aid Office
Admissions Office
Online 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

Interesting Facts

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)!