Over the past three years, applications to the University of New Haven have tripled as interest in our programs continue to rise. With only 3,400 full-time undergraduate students in 100 majors, space has become extremely limited. As a result, we have instituted an Early Action Admissions Process for the upcoming year. The University of New Haven offers three non-binding admission programs for fall entry. To be considered for certain programs and receive numerous benefits, students must follow the established timelines and important dates listed below. Admission to the University of New Haven is extremely competitive and early applications are encouraged due to limited space in many of our 100 degree programs.
Students have the option to apply directly to one of our majors and programs or, if they choose, they may apply as an undeclared student. Most of our students do choose to apply directly into a major of their interest. This will allow the student an opportunity to dive right into coursework in their chosen field beginning their freshmen year.
When the student is ready to apply, we offer a variety of options for him or her to submit their application. We accept both online and paper applications from the University of New Haven, Common Application and Universal Application. There is no preference for any of the application methods. Our online application is available at www.newhaven.edu/apply.
We hope to see your student’s completed application soon! If you or your student has any questions about the Early Action process, please contact Melissa Laskowski, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.932.7414 or visit the application process section of our website.
| Early Action I |
| November 15, 2009||Complete application with all supporting material must be postmarked by November 15.|
| December 17, 2009||Decisions will be mailed no later than December 17. Note that we review applications as early as September 1 and notification occurs on a rolling basis throughout the fall.|
|January 31, 2010|
Enrollement form and admissions deposit due January 31. Submitting your enrollment form by the date makes you eligible for the following benefits:
| Early Action II|
| January 15, 2010|
Complete application with all suporting material must be postmarked by January 15.
| February 1, 2010||Decisions will be mailed no later than February 1.|
| February 28, 2010|
Enrollment form and admission deposit due by February 28. Submitting your enrollment form by this date makes you eligible for the following benefits, if available:
| Regular Decision||Completed applications received after January 15 will be reviewed for regular decision. Applicants will receive an admission deadline within 2-4 weeks after the receipt of their completed application and supporting materials. Students accepted under regular decision must submit their enrollment commitment form and deposit by May 1.|