Success Starts Here

At the University of New Haven, our students come first, and their personal and professional development is our primary focus. Our unique educational approach and distinguished academic programs ensure that our students excel at whatever it is they choose to do.

The University of New Haven Uniquely Positions You for Success

Meet Karina Krul ’19, a marine biology major, political science minor, and editor of the Charger Bulletin student newspaper who plans to pursue a career as an environmental lobbyist. “My success started here,” she says.”



Join Charger Nation

Picking a college is one of the biggest decisions you will make. At the University of New Haven, we understand that, and we are here to help. Let us tell you about The Charger Advantage and show you why success starts here.


Million invested in new construction and technology over the last decade.


Percentage of alumni who report they are succeeding in their chosen fields within six years.


Number of English-language daily newspapers — out of the top 12 in the world — that quote our faculty regularly.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Discover Your Passion

Within our colleges and schools, we offer a wide range of innovative and interdisciplinary programs that prepare you for the jobs of the future. We will help you turn your passion into a rewarding life and a fulling career.

What Do You Want to Study?

Cultivating a Culture of Innovation

Innovation isn’t just a buzzword at the University of New Haven. It is a concept we embody. The development of our Bergami Center for Science, Technology, and Innovation – a state-of-the-art facility scheduled to open in early 2020 that will feature the most technologically advanced learning resources – will take this commitment to a whole new level.


Success Starts Here in #ChargerNation
Alumni Spotlight


I can’t speak enough of the sport management faculty members and how well they prepared me for post-graduate life.

Student Spotlight


"A Systematic Survey of the Scavenging Guild in the Long Island Sound and its Taphonomic Effects."