Academic Regulations

General Regulations

  1. The university reserves the right to modify its regulations in accordance with accepted academic standards and requirements.
  2. Students are expected to acquaint themselves with the university’s overall academic policies and with the policies relevant to the specific academic discipline.


  1. Specific admission requirements appear under each program.
  2. All documents pertaining to admission to education should be sent to the graduate director of education:
    P.O. Box 1930
    Niagara University, N.Y. 14109.
  3. Applicants for nonmatriculated status are required to submit a completed application for nonmatriculated status and all undergraduate and graduate transcripts. An application fee of $30, payable to Niagara University, must accompany the application.
  4. Foreign students whose native language is not English are required to submit their scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Test scores are not required for applicants seeking nonmatriculated status.
  5. All credentials submitted for admission become and remain the property of the university.
  6. Challenge exams are not acceptable.
  7. Misrepresentations on application forms may result in expulsion or degree revocation.