(By Marc Davies and Michael Ferraro)

A Vincentian Tradition At Niagara University, a Vincentian tradition runs deep with the students and the faculty alike. The school houses a chapel, which holds weekly services. Niagara also holds community service to be a key commitment, offering and allowing students to participate in countless programs to service the surrounding community.

 

 

 

 

 

 


A Comfortable Place to Relax Niagara University offers its students a variety of places to get out of the fray of college life. The Gallagher Center is one of these many places. The Gallagher Center features many places to grab some food, play games with friends, or just sit down and study. With all its amenities you’ll be sure to be spending a lot of time at the Gallagher Center.

 

 


Top Notch Sports Home of the Purple Eagles, Niagara University is home to 18 division 1 athletic teams including ice hockey, basketball, and soccer, all of who compete in the NCAA. With so many teams, there is always a game to attend.

 

 

 

A Rich History Niagara University boasts a deep history. Since 1856, the school has proudly sat atop Monteagle Ridge offering countless areas of studies.

 

 

 

 

The Right Location Located on the border between the US and Canada, Niagara University students have several activities to chose from. Take a walk though one of the many state parks in the area or head down to Niagara Falls, which is just a 5-minute drive. For the sports enthusiasts, go watch one of many sports teams in the area like the Buffalo Bills, Bandits, Sabres, and Bisons, or the Toronto Maple Leafs, Blue Jays and Raptors.

 

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About mdavies99

Writing for the web blog/Spring 2012.

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