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students and faculty embark on service- immersion trips across the country and even around the world. Re- cent trips include Ap- palachia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Jamaica, Mexico, and Poland. Our staff and facul- ty encourage students to strive for magis, a Latin term meaning “more.” Through the core curriculum, service, and reflec- tion, students are asked to give more of who they are. The goal is to grow as an individual and help develop the community around them.


VISIT CANISIUS


Call 1-800-843-1517 or email admissions@canisius.edu


Home away from home When Canisius students aren’t work- ing hard, they take advantage of op- portunities to play hard. The College is home to the Golden Griffins, with 20 NCAA Division I athletic teams and 29 club and intramural sports. There are over 90 student-run clubs and organizations on campus. Buffalo is home to professional foot- ball and hockey teams, minor league


AT A GLANCE


TYPE OF SCHOOL: Private four-year Catholic, Jesuit college LOCATION: Buffalo, New York SIZE OF CAMPUS: 72-acre urban campus NUMBER OF FACULTY: 148 full-time faculty


baseball teams, and a world-champi- on lacrosse team. An easy walk takes students to Delaware Park, one of Frederick Law Olmsted’s most beauti- ful parks, where students can bike, play tennis, golf, or rent boats on sce- nic Hoyt Lake. With shopping, restau- rants, theaters, world-renowned art galleries, and live music just a subway ride away, students will soon learn why Buffalo is one of the best mid- sized cities for college.


Canisius offers comfortable, spa- cious suites and apartment-style resi- dence halls. Students can choose from a range of meal options at the dining halls and campus snack bars, which include Tim Hortons and Starbucks. Canisius looks for students who are passionate, motivated, hardworking, and interested in making a differ- ence in the world around them. n


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SCHOOLS: College of Arts and Sciences, the Richard J. Wehle School of Business, the School of Education and Human Services


PROGRAMS: Over 100 majors, minors, specializations, and pre-professional programs


STUDENT SERVICES: Transfer enrollment counseling, Griff Center for Student Success, academic mentoring and advising, veteran support, study abroad opportunities, support for internship and job searches, and 90 student-run clubs and organizations, including a transfer student club


DUAL-ADMISSION AND TRANSFER AGREEMENTS: Finger Lakes Community College, Genesee Community College, Jamestown Community College, Monroe Community College, Niagara County Community College, SUNY Erie Community College


FINANCIAL AID: 98% of students receiving some level of assistance; special scholarships for transfer students available


APPLICATION DEADLINES AND FEES: Rolling admission; application fee waived if applying online


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