The board of trustees of Niagara University reserves the right to alter the schedule of fees.
All fees are payable each session in advance or by an authorized payment plan. Information regarding a payment plan is available in the student accounts and financial aid offices. Payments can be made by cash, check, money order, electronic check, credit card, or debit card. All amounts due are payable in U.S. funds except Canadians. The Level Tuition Plan is offered to incoming freshmen and offers a constant tuition rate for four consecutive years. Details are made available through the Admissions Office. Full payment must be made for any damage to university property. The cost of repairing any damage to students’ rooms or common areas will be charged to the students’ accounts. These charges will be deducted from the damage deposit after the final semester in residence. When charges for damages exceed the deposit, the students’ accounts will be charged and each student billed.
Failure on the part of any student to pay his/her account could prevent him/her from
- attending classes;
- residing in campus residence halls;
- making schedule changes;
- taking final examinations; or
- receiving academic credit, professional certificates, transcripts of record, recommendations, or a diploma.
Any known financial awards appear as deductions from the amount due. Estimated financial aid will appear as a deferment, but are estimates only. Students are responsible for the payment of variances due to a reduction in actual awards.