Located in Buffalo, New York, Canisius College fills a 77-acre campus with modern buildings, student housing and sport venues. One of 28 institutions in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Canisius College’s outstanding instructors prepare students for professional and personal success. Three practical schools, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Richard J. Wehle School of Business and the School of Education and Human Services, provide a challenging college adventure, opening doors to a brilliant career.
Canisius College traces its roots to German Jesuit priests in Buffalo, New York. European political turmoil in the 1800s caused a large migration to America. A flourishing German population settled in Buffalo. In 1870 German Jesuit priests saw a need for higher education in their growing Catholic community. They named the school after St. Peter Canisius, a Dutch Jesuit of the 16th century known for his passion for education and author of the Catechism. The organizers promoted Catholic intellectual life, spiritual development and service to others. Canisius College remains faithful to the founder’s vision.
Total Enrollment: 5,111
Institution Size: 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting: Urban
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Highest Degree Offered: Masters
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 3,369
Total Grad Enrollment: 1,742
High School GPA
The community. A small liberal arts school with lots of personality. There are a ton of clubs to get involved in and there is something for everyone!
Location.... East Side of Buffalo but, right on the subway line.
The relationships formed, between peers, teachers, employers, and staff.
The surrounding neighborhood is not a bad area, but there's not a whole lot to do in it.
Every student at this school needs Good walking shoes
Another awesome thing is PROJECT CONSERVATION
Another awesome thing is Campus Ministry