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Located in Buffalo, New York, Canisius College is a premier private college that consistently ranks among the top regional institutions in the Northeast. Since 1870, Canisius has been preparing students for lives of scholarship, service, and leadership.


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transfer-friendly school Canisius College welcomes nearly 200 transfers every year and offers a number of resources to help each new student make a smooth transition. These resources include a dedicated Transfer Admis- sions Counselor, one-on-one aca- demic advising, and transfer orien- tation. Our flexible transfer credit evaluation policy enables students to see which credits can be trans- ferred to Canisius up front, even before you apply. Transfer students accepted for admission to Canisius will be auto- matically evaluated for an academic merit scholarship based on their


cumulative college GPA. Additionally, there is a $2,000 Phi Theta Kappa or Alpha Beta Gamma scholarship for those inducted into one of these organizations.


Unlimited learning opportunities Students at Canisius can choose from more than 100 majors, minors, spe- cializations, and pre-professional pro- grams. Styles of instruction include lively discussions and lectures. Stu- dents are challenged to discover and debate practical and ethical issues. They enjoy collaborations with fac- ulty as they conduct research or work on special projects. Our students study animal behavior up close just blocks away from campus at the Buffalo Zoo and examine trends for interna- tional trade along the US-Canadian border. Learning environments ex- pand beyond Buffalo as well, with study abroad travel opportunities available in a variety of countries. Flexible academic programs allow students to match courses with their strengths and interests. Some even combine different areas for a dual or triple major. Students who aren’t sure what they want to study can go through the Pathfinders Academic Exploration Program. Every student at Canisius is encouraged to create their own unique academic path.


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A Catholic, Jesuit tradition Canisius is a private liberal arts insti- tution grounded in the Jesuit tradi- tion. A high priority is placed on inquiry and intellectual growth. The varied learning experiences are world- affirming and focus on educating the whole person—intellectually, spiritu- ally, emotionally, and physically. Students are taught to think criti- cally about their place in and respon- sibilities to the world. In keeping with the Jesuit tradition, Canisius College exemplifies the phrase “men and women for and with others.” Service learning courses put students in neighborhood settings where they can expand on their classroom learn- ing and give back to the community. During semester breaks, groups of


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