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It has a good ESL program, a great reputation, and high standards. I also wanted small class sizes and my advisors to know who I was. It is a private school with nice buildings, lots of history, and doesn't constantly beg for money.
It does not align all that well with the NYS standards and is more academic based than experience based. You do a few lesson plans here and there but they do not prepare you for student teaching. the curriculum does not reflect ever-changing classrooms.
I chose Niagara University based on affordability, small class sizes, level of community involvement and the rank of the business school. I was a hard worker in high school and took honors and AP classes. My grades were good and I scored very well on the SAT. I had a lot of extracurriculars and was looking for a colleges where I could get involved as well.
The curriculum is heavy in gen ed's but they are currently revising them. The liberal arts education aspect is valuable to me.