The Smart Place to Start
Applying to SUNY Niagara is the first step toward achieving the goal of a high-quality education. SUNY Niagara has an “open enrollment” admission policy to admit applicants who have graduated from an accredited high school or have a high school equivalency diploma. Students who have not completed high school will meet with an admissions advisor to discuss completing the high school equivalency at SUNY Niagara as well as other options.
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If there is an admissions decision on your application, you will be able to view your decision letter by clicking “status update” on the application portal.
If you have any questions regarding your application status or decision, please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions at 716-614-6200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Student Nursing Application
(For current SUNY Niagara students only)
To be completed by students who are currently attending classes at SUNY Niagara and are interested in the Nursing or Practical Nursing program for the Fall 2024 semester.
”I knew that I wanted to work with people. I knew that I wanted to meet people from all over, so I thought what better field than the hospitality field. After graduating from NFCI I was was able to apply at the Wingate by Wyndham Niagara Falls with leadership skills, management skills and communication skills that got me the job.Nina Brown, Hospitality, A.A.S. ’16
The Smart Place to Explore
At SUNY Niagara, students get high quality programs at a price they can afford. Our tuition is lower than any other college in the area, and many of our programs hold specialized accreditations. So employers and four-year schools know these are programs they can trust. Students here are supported in every way, and they have a wide range of programs to choose from that fit their specific goals.
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