Niagara University has partnered with the Niagara Falls School District to better serve its students with behavioral and mental health issues.
Vincentian Scholars are part of a four-year scholarship program that forms leaders in the Vincentian tradition—academically, practically, and spiritually.
Niagara University leaped 11 spots on U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey of “America’s Best Colleges.”
About 40 students from Niagara University spent some of their break helping Hurricaine Harvey victims rebuild their homes.
Video showing how Niagara University students in the Vincentian Scholars program are helping people in the local community.
This post connects a couple of dots. The first dot is that systemic change flourishes when there is a careful understanding of the situation. The other dot is that that a culture of vocations is really a culture of mission.
In his September 25 visit to Niagara University, Superior General Tomaž Mavrič, C.M., spoke powerfully of the heart of university life as a project of discovery. Discovery of one’s calling in life begins when we have the courage to encounter ourselves and our...
Capacity College was designed to be a series of “courses” covering several different topics that affect organizations daily.
Home Depot works with Niagara University and local schools, churches and nonprofit entities to help build better communities.
A true Vincentian, she’ll hire people with insight into the immigrant and refugee experience, and have been directly impacted by Buffalo’s systemic poverty.
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Since 1856, Niagara University has been living the Vincentian tradition in upstate New York (USA). They continue to research and study this tradition.