The University of New Haven is located on 82 acres in West Haven, CT only minutes from the bustling city of New Haven and miles of Connecticut shoreline and beaches. The campus is only 90 minutes from New York City and two and a half hours from Boston
New Haven is home to world-class, award winning theaters such as the Schubert, the Long Wharf Theater, and the Yale Rep: a variety of Musical groups and organizations such as the New Haven Symphony Orchestra; and a number of renowned museums, including the Peabody Museum of Natural History, the Eli Whitney Museum, The Yale Center for British Art, and the oldest university gallery in the western hemisphere, The Yale Art Gallery.
West Haven’s shoreline is one of the crown-jewel locations in Connecticut. The Sandy Point estuary, one of the sites featured on the Connecticut Coastal Birding Trail, has been designated an “important bird area” by Audubon Connecticut. Historic Bradley Point Park, featuring sweeping panoramas of Long Island Sound, marks the area where invading British troops landed on July 5, 1779, and now serves as a hotbed for picnickers and passive recreation. The shoreline is minutes from the historic downtown business district.