The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of New Haven is proud to host Enhanced Visits on select Fridays for our extremely popular marine biology program! These visits will allow prospective students to meet with faculty members and students, attend a marine biology class, and truly experience a "day in the life" of a marine biology major.
The Enhanced Visit program allows prospective students to get an up-close look at our Marine Biology program. In addition to an admissions overview, these visits include a field experience where prospective students participate in a current Introduction to Marine Biology course. Since prospective students will be attending an actual course, we only have room for 10 students for each date. In addition, participation in the course is limited to just the prospective students. Family members can attend the information session and overview then rejoin their student after the field experience for lunch and a campus tour. While students are in the field, family members can choose to meet with one of our admission counselors, or they can step off campus for an hour to explore the area. The visit lasts approximately five hours.
Register for an Enhanced Visit by clicking on the date you wish to attend below. Marine Biology Enhanced Visits occur on select Fridays throughout the academic year. Our program is one of the most popular in the entire country and our enhanced visits tend to fill up quickly. If you have any questions, please contact Monique Bolt, Coordinator of Campus Visitation, at 203-823-7805, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Marine Biology Enhanced Visits for Fall 2015 have concluded. Please consider attending one of our other on-campus visit opportunities by visiting www.newhaven.edu/visitunh.
| 8:15 a.m.
||Check-In at Bayer Hall|
| 8:30 a.m.
||Information Session about UNH and overview of the Marine Biology program
||Sit in on an Actual First-Year Class
Fall Semester Course: Introduction to Marine Biology (Field Class*)
*Introduction to Marine Biology is a course that takes students out into the field to get hands on experience and exposure to many different career options. Prospective Students will travel with the class by bus to the field location chosen for that specific week while parents are invited to stay on campus or explore the surrounding area. Some locations include West Haven Harbor, Lighthouse Park, the Norwalk Maritime Center, Mystic Aquarium, and the Connecticut Audubon Coastal Center.
| 1:30 p.m.
||Wrap-up and complimentary lunch|
| 2:15 p.m.
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