Undergraduate Viewbook

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The rest of the world will say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

But some of us were born for more.

Some of us were born to engage.

To activate.

To power on.

Some brought us light.

Some brought us the miracle of flight.

Some brought us the very freedom we have to discover these things. But they all had one thing in common: they would not be extinguished.

A light switched on in them that could never be turned off.

And the world benefitted.

So go ahead. Fix what isn’t broken.

Tinker, and alter, and update.

And if anyone has a problem with that, We’ll be here waiting.

University of New Haven

Power On.

SOME OF US WERE FOR MORE

At the University of New Haven, learning happens at the intersection of hands-on experience and cross-departmental collaboration. Academic and professional success are deeply linked, so each of our fi ve academic colleges and schools blend classical disciplines with career-ready, cutting-edge programs.

Our faculty are active in their areas of professional expertise, and we are constantly transforming our facilities and learning curve, so you can excel at any role you choose. Our interdisciplinary approach will give you the knowledge and tools to pursue even your most audacious goals.

“I really admire the grit, gratitude, and energy of the people here. I like being around students. I love seeing what we can achieve together, and I love being part of the University of New Haven community.”
Sheahon Zenger, Ph.D. Interim President

THE UNIVERSITY AT-A-GLANCE

4,817 Full-Time Undergraduate Students

100+ Majors and Programs

85+ Minors and Certifi cates

16:1 Student to Faculty Ratio

241 Full-Time Faculty Members

19 Average Class Size

32.2% Underrepresented Students

3.5 Average GPA

1,165* Average SAT (CR/M Only)

27* Average ACT Composite

92 Graduate Programs

60,000+ Alumni Community

*The University of New Haven is test optional. Average SAT and ACT composite scores are based on submitted scores.

RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE

Recognized for excellence in developing transfer pathways leading to success among community college transfer students.

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UNDERGRAD

Activate your best self with the support of fellow students and our committed faculty — a diverse community from every corner of the world.

Collaboration and problem-solving are two of the most critical skills for success today, and when combined with diversity, you’ll build the confi dence to take risks and take on the world.

PROGRAMS

Accounting

Actuarial Science

Art & Creative Technology

Biochemistry

Biology

Business Analytics

Business Management

Chemical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering*

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Communication

Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Correctional Rehabilitation & Supervision*

Crime Analysis*

Crime Victim Services*

Investigative Services*

Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention*

Police Science*

Cyber Threat Intelligence & Financial Crimes Investigations

(hybrid/online)

Cybersecurity & Networks

Dental Hygiene

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Emergency Management

Engineering (General)

English

Environmental Science

Esports & Gaming

Exercise Science

Finance & Financial Analytics

Fire Protection Engineering

Fire Science

Forensic Science

Game Design &

Interactive Media

Genetics & Biotechnology

Graphic & Digital Design

Health Sciences

Occupational Therapy*

Speech-Language Pathology*

History

Homeland Security

Hospitality &

Tourism Management

Intelligence Analysis

Interdisciplinary Studies

Interior Design

Pre-Architecture*

International Affairs

International Business

Legal Studies

Marine Affairs

Marine Biology

Marketing

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Medical Laboratory Science

Music

Music Industry

Music & Sound Recording

Music Technology & Innovation

Nutrition Sciences

Paramedicine

Political Science

Psychology

Clinical Psychology*

Community & Society*

Forensic Psychology*

Public Health

Security and Defense Policy

Sport Management

Undeclared/Exploratory

Pre-Professional

Pre-Law

Pre-Medical

Pre-Health Professions

*Concentration

LAND YOUR DREAM JOB FASTER

DUAL DEGREE AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Dual Degree Programs

Our unique offerings allow you to earn your undergraduate and graduate degrees in a total of four to fi ve years.

These options are intended to get you into your chosen fi eld in less time and for less money than traditional programs while helping you seamlessly transition from student to professional.

Learn more and view the full list of our dual degree programs.

Graduate Programs

Gain expertise in your fi eld with over 90 graduate programs, including four doctoral programs.

Learn more about our graduate programs.

The Payout:

Invest one year in an MBA.  Earn $30Kmore in salary.

1 YEAR

Average time saved in a dual degree program in comparison to obtaining both degrees separately.

COLLEGE OF AND ARTS SCIENCES

PUT PRACTICAL INTO PRACTICE

Gain the knowledge and skills you need to excel while you learn to balance theory with practice. You’ll get firsthand experience and an up-close look at your field of choice.

200 students from 25 programs across the College of Arts and Sciences took part in internships last year.

HIGH-IMPACT LEARNING

Students working under Dr. Eva Sapi have conducted in-depth research on Lyme disease — the bacteria responsible for it, and the biofilm that forms on the bacteria that renders it resistant to antibiotic treatments.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

FORENSIC SCIENCES

Learn From the Best in Your Field

Named for one of the most respected experts in forensic science in the nation, the Henry C. Lee College has earned the University of New Haven an international reputation for excellence in the fi elds of criminal justice, forensic science, fi re science, homeland security and emergency management, national security, and international affairs.

forensic science, fi re science, homeland

You’ll learn from faculty who have worked for the FBI, CIA, Secret Service, United Nations, and many local and state police departments. You’ll be in the center of investigations, allowing you to use the latest technology to examine the coldest cases.

Conducting 22nd-Century Work at the Highest Levels of STEM

You’ll learn from faculty who have worked and latest STEM the DNA in pursuit of the ship’s pirate

An exciting story for descendants and forensic genealogists: Human skeletal remains recovered from the Whydah pirate ship that went down in 1717 are being examined by forensic scientists in the Henry C. Lee College to track down living relatives. Scientists are analyzing the DNA in pursuit of the ship’s pirate captain, Samuel “Black Sam” Bellamy, named by Forbes magazine as the richest pirate in history. Some families out there may soon have boasting rights to a much more dramatic history than they previously imagined.

in the country out of more than 400 colleges and universities offering homeland security, law enforcement, and firefighting majors, and #1 in the state and within the top 20 in the country for criminal justice and corrections degrees.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

A Leader In STEM Business Programs

A Leader In STEM Business Programs

The Pompea College of Business is where future entrepreneurs, executives, managers, and marketers come to gain a solid foundation in the theories, disciplines, and skills they’ll need to either climb the ladder in the business world or create their

own path. with

Our alumni have gone on to executive roles with JetBlue, Pfi zer, GE, DuPont, MasterCard Worldwide, and many other Fortune 500 companies as well as start-ups and entrepreneurial ventures.

of 2022 undergraduate students in our Pompea were employed or in graduate

College of Business school within six months of graduation.*

*Career Outcomes 2022. newhaven.edu/employmentoutcomes

Orange Campus

Home of the Pompea College of Business, the University of New Haven Orange Campus is bordered by more than 300 acres of beautifully preserved forest land and offers modern classroom and study spaces situated in an invigorating natural environment. The campus offers business-style amenities, including parking and food service, and the room to spread out for collaborative and individual study.

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

A Leader In Healthcare Programs

The interdisciplinary health sciences curriculum prepares students not only for the healthcare careers in demand today but also for the healthcare opportunities of the future — one of the reasons we’re recognized as a leader in healthcare education.

Higher Education Certification From Planetree International

The School of Health Sciences is among the fi rst in the nation to pursue certification in person-centered care for higher education institutions.

All students in our School of Health Sciences participate in hands-on learning through internships or clinical field work.

TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Innovative Solutions to the Most Challenging Problems

The Tagliatela College of Engineering offers a strong suite of engineering and applied science programs.

Each of our innovative undergraduate programs combines stellar academic instruction, development of technical communication skills, an entrepreneurial mindset, and an invaluable internship requirement, enabling students to earn professional experience in the course of completing their degree.

NSA Center of Academic Excellence

In Cyber Operations

The University of New Haven is one of only 20 college and universities in the country designated by the National Security Agency (NSA) as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations. The certifi cation recognizes the University’s bachelor’s degree programs in cybersecurity and networks and computer science.

CATAPULT YOUR CAREER

At the University of New Haven, we reimagined how career development should work and created an integrative approach so that future success is built right into your academic experience.

ChargerLink

ChargerLink is an online job-matching system that revolutionizes the way students and employers connect for career opportunities. Through our proprietary job-matching algorithm, more than 70 employers reached out to over 800 students last year to start job conversations.

302 Employers on campus annually

92% of 2022 graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduating

2,647 Jobs and internships posted per year

912 Mock interviews held per year

WHERE CHARGERS LEAD CHANGE

A SAMPLE OF OUR RECENT EMPLOYERS

WE’D LOVE TO WELCOME YOU

The University of New Haven is committed to fostering a campus climate based on mutual respect and inclusion — one in which people from all backgrounds feel valued, accepted, and appreciated, experiencing a true sense of belonging.

SUPPORT SERVICES

We have created the following initiatives and offi ces to support student needs:

• Counseling & Psychological Services

• Health Services

• Center for Learning Resources

• Accessibility Resources Center

• Offi ce of Military & Veterans Affairs

• University Immigration Services

• Offi ce of Graduate and International Student Life

• Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Council

• Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion

• Center for Student Success

• Center for Student Engagement, Leadership and Orientation (CSELO)

• Writing Center

• Health Professions Advising Center

BUILDING FOR SUCCESS

Our goal is to create a campus and a community that thrives for decades cultivating a physical environment that embodies the aspirations of our students.

Bergami Center for Science, Technology, and Innovation

This soaring 44,000 square foot facility features a makerspace for developing and testing ideas, state-of-the-art science classrooms, communications studios, advanced “smart” classrooms, an atrium/café, and a space for exciting multidisciplinary student and faculty collaboration.

One Care Lane

Our health sciences facility has more than 30,000 square feet of state-ofthe-art classrooms, specialized facilities, study rooms, and more. The home of all our School of Health Sciences’ preclinical training and experiences, it features a Health Sciences Simulation Laboratory, Nutrition Sciences Kitchen, Medical Laboratory Science Lab, Occupational Therapy Suite, Strength and Conditioning Lab, and Speech and Language Lab.

University Commons

Just steps from campus, University Commons features 179 apartments and 50,000 square feet of retail space, restaurants, and shops, creating a true college town atmosphere.

Peterson Performance Center

The 35,000 square foot Peterson Performance Center (PPC) completely transforms the way our student-athletes train, providing them with the best weight lifting and rehab equipment available in what is one of the top training facilities in the Northeast.

CAMPUS LIVING

With the majority of undergraduates living on campus or in University housing, you’ll find a diverse, vibrant, and active community awaiting you at the University of New Haven. We provide a safe and welcoming home base where each student is respected as an individual, and everyone is free to pursue what interests and inspires them most.

74%

of fi rst-year undergraduate students live on campus

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Housing options — nine on-campus residence halls, a village with two luxury apartment buildings, and off-campus properties and houses

150+ Clubs and organizations

260+ Members of the Chargers Marching Band

The Band

The University of New Haven Chargers Marching Band is a source of pride for the University community. Starting in 2009 with only 20 members, this spectacular ensemble grew to well over 260 — capturing the attention of New England.

Turn your love of esports into a career

Get in on this multi-billion-dollar industry on the ground floor! Join our varsity esports team and compete for titles in games such as League of Legends, Valorant, Overwatch, Rocket League, Call of Duty, and Halo. All students across campus are also welcome to join our Charger Esports Club. You’ll be part of a gaming community of over 200 members who are thriving as both gamers and students, uniting their interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in a shared passion.

15 Fraternities and sororities

CLUB INTRAMURALS

Club Sports

Club Sports are athletic-based student organizations that compete against other universities and colleges. Each club is a University of New Haven Recognized Student Organization and a member of a regional/ national governing league or association. Participation and individual dues vary by club.

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Men’s Baseball Ice Hockey

Lacrosse Rugby Soccer Volleyball

Women’s Ice Hockey

Lacrosse Rugby Soccer Softball Volleyball

2023 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Club Men’s Ice Hockey team earned a bid to the AAU College Hockey National Tournament, marking the school’s first ever appearance at a national championship tournament.

Club Ultimate Frisbee placed 9th overall at the 2023 regionals.

Co-ed

Esports

Tennis

Field Hockey

Field Hockey

Golf

Gymnastics

Running Swimming

Ultimate Frisbee

Wrestling

Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports are organized sports leagues, one-day tournaments, special events, and online programs, which provide participants the opportunity to compete against and engage with their fellow students and university community. We offer 20+ team and individual sport programs throughout the academic year.

Adventure Recreation

AdventureREC features off-campus trips to various locations within the local region. Hiking trips allow participants to enjoy the scenic trails of southern New England. Climbing trips offer participants access to local climbing facilities. Adventure recreation trips are feebased programs, which vary by trip.

CHARGE ON

HONOR THE PAST, OWN THE FUTURE

The Chargers are committed to developing champion student-athletes on the field of play, in the classroom, and in their personal lives.

Charger Athletics has a proud history of success and currently competes as an NCAA Division II member of the Northeast-10 Conference. More than 500 studentathletes across 20 varsity sports represent the Blue and Gold of Charger Nation.

Committed to serving the community, the Chargers raised nearly $10,000 this past year for Make-A-Wish Connecticut, marking the fifth time in six years the University was the top fundraiser in the NE10 Conference.

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Charger Baseball has produced 10 major leaguers, including Major League Baseball

Cy Young award winner Steve Bedrosian of the Philadelphia Phillies, and MLB fi rst-round draft pick Cameron Drew.

MAKE THE MOST OF THE COAST

LOCATED IN THE BEACHSIDE NEW ENGLAND TOWN OF WEST HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

Situated on 82 acres overlooking the New Haven skyline, our residential campus is conveniently located between Boston and New York City.

Our secure community environment offers a wealth of world-class amenities while West Haven offers parks, shops, recreational activities, and restaurants to explore.

With seven colleges and universities in the immediate area, it’s a catalytic center for academic and technological innovation.

90 2½ Hours from Boston, Mass. Minutes from New York City

NEW ENGLAND: Six
Endless Opportunities to Enjoy
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FIND YOURSELF GO WHERE YOU’VE NEVER LOOKED

Our satellite campuses provide unique environments for intensive study in particular fi elds and programs, rewarding collaboration between faculty and students, and immersive cultural exploration.

Prato, Tuscany, Italy

The University of New Haven opened its first international satellite campus in Prato, Italy, in the fall of 2012. This historic city is the second largest in the Tuscany region and is just 20 minutes from the arts hub of Florence and one hour from Pisa by train.

While abroad, our students have the opportunity to enroll in five classes — including perennial offerings and courses that change each year — taught by both University of New Haven and Italian faculty.

The tuition and fees for our Prato campus are the same as our West Haven campus, with the addition of airfare and other travel expenses.

FINANCIAL AID

The cost of a college education doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. There are many sources of financial aid, including the U.S. federal government, the state in which you reside, your college or university, a host of nonprofi ts, and many private organizations. The forms they take?

Everything from loans to scholarships to grants. Work-study, too. You will use them to cover tuition, fees, housing and meals, books and supplies, and transportation — everything you need to make your college education a reality.

Here’s what you can expect.

Estimated 2024–2025 Tuition and Costs:

• Tuition & Fees: $47,332

• Food & Housing: $19,044*

• Budgeted Total: $66,376

97% of full-time students receive fi nancial aid

$10K-$30K Annual merit scholarships

Explore financial aid options

*Some residence halls have additional fees.

SCHOLARSHIPS THAT HELP

Merit-Based Scholarships

Merit-based scholarships are awarded to full-time students on the basis of their cumulative academic achievement and require no additional applications or paperwork on your part. Just submit your application to be considered. Merit scholarship awards range from $10,000 to $30,000 annually.

Additional Scholarships

These scholarships can be awarded in addition to our merit-based scholarships:

• Honors Scholarship: $1,000 (annual)

• Marching Band Scholarship: $1,000 to $3,000

• Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship: $2,000 (annual)

• Portfolio Awards: $1,000 to $4,000 (annual)

Need-Based Financial Aid Programs

Many need-based federal grants and loans are available through the comprehensive Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. To apply for fi nancial aid, submit your FAFSA by the March 1 priority deadline (use our Federal code: 001397).

If you wish to receive a fi nancial aid package earlier in the process, you should fi ll out the FAFSA much earlier than the priority deadline.

Note: Deadlines may apply to specific scholarships.

SEE IT FOR YOURSELF

VISIT OUR CAMPUS

The best way to discover the spirit of the University of New Haven is to spend some time with us. We offer several different ways to visit from open houses to virtual campus tours. Scan the QR code below to see all your options.

Explore all your options

NOW

The University of New Haven offers both binding and non-binding admission programs for first-year student fall admission: Early Decision, Early Action I, Early Action II, and Regular Decision. Transfer applications are accepted on a rolling basis for both the fall and spring semesters.

Our admissions staff begins reviewing applications for the fall semester on September 1 on a rolling basis, even for Early Decision and Early Action. Students should expect to receive a decision on their completed application within four to six weeks of when the application is complete.

The University of New Haven uses the Common Application. To begin your application, go to newhaven.edu/applyvb

Early uses or commonapp.org

Important Dates

Early Decision Application Deadline: December 1

Early Action I

Application Deadline: December 15

Early Action II

Application Deadline: February 15

Regular Decision Applications Submitted after February 15

Early Decision vs. Early Action

If the University of New Haven is your definite first choice, you should plan on applying for Early Decision. By applying for binding Early Decision, students are agreeing that they will enroll at the University of New Haven if they are offered admission.

If we are one of your top schools but you would like to keep your options open, you should plan on applying for Early Action. Early Action means you will receive a decision on your application much earlier in the process and have more time to make an informed decision about your college choice before the May 1 enrollment deadline.

Students who are admitted under Early Decision or Early Action will receive a guaranteed minimum $15,000 annual merit scholarship.

Test Optional

The University of New Haven does not require students interested in most of our academic programs to submit SAT/ACT scores. As a student-fi rst institution that aims to make education both personal and pragmatic, we want students to determine whether their SAT/ACT scores are an accurate representation of their academic ability.

If students feel their SAT/ACT scores are not relevant, they will not be penalized during admissions review if they do not submit test scores.

Additionally, for most majors and programs, we follow a “do no harm” approach to reviewing applications that includes SAT or ACT score results. When possible, we will only use your submitted SAT or ACT score results if the scores have a positive effect on your admissions decision and/or scholarship. If your SAT or ACT scores would negatively affect your chance of admission and/or scholarship, we will automatically exclude your scores during the review process.

For more details, visit newhaven.edu/testoptional .

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TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING article cover image

TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

1min
pages 20-21
POMPEA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS article cover image

POMPEA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

1min
pages 16-17
HENRY C. LEE COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE article cover image

HENRY C. LEE COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

1min
pages 14-15
APPLY NOW article cover image

APPLY NOW

1min
pages 44-45
SCHOLARSHIPS THAT HELP article cover image

SCHOLARSHIPS THAT HELP

1min
page 41
FINANCIAL AID article cover image

FINANCIAL AID

1min
page 40
FIND YOURSELF GO WHERE YOU’VE NEVER LOOKED article cover image

FIND YOURSELF GO WHERE YOU’VE NEVER LOOKED

1min
pages 38-39
CHARGE ON ON CHARGE CHARGE ON CHARGE article cover image

CHARGE ON ON CHARGE CHARGE ON CHARGE

1min
page 34
CAMPUS LIVING article cover image

CAMPUS LIVING

1min
pages 30-31
BUILDING article cover image

BUILDING

1min
pages 28-29
TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING article cover image

TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

1min
pages 20-21
POMPEA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS article cover image

POMPEA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

1min
pages 16-17
HENRY C. LEE COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE article cover image

HENRY C. LEE COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

1min
pages 14-15
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