Division of Student Affairs Staff
Office of the Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Office provides support and advocacy for students. We answer questions, provide information about and referrals to campus resources; assist in students’ adjustment to the University and more.
Accessibility Resources Center
The University of New Haven takes great pride in the accomplishments, both personal and academic, of its many students and alumni. The University is committed to providing equal access for individuals with disabilities to all of the programs and services it offers.
Career Developement Center
At the University of New Haven, we re-imagined how career development should work and created an approach that is integrative instead of merely transactional. That means future career success is built right into your entire academic experience.
Center for Student Engagement, Leadership, and Orientation
Students at the University of New Haven have the best of both worlds, an active on campus community, and access to the city of New Haven. Whether students are interested in cultural, intellectual, or social pursuits, they have a wealth of opportunities from which to choose.
Counseling and Psychological Services
The Counseling Center offers a variety of services aimed at helping students resolve personal difficulties and acquire the balance, skills, and knowledge that will enable them to take full advantage of their experience at the University of New Haven.
Elizabeth Clark, Ph.D.
Old Lyme Campus
At the University of New Haven, you have almost instant access to good food and a diversity of cuisine from which to choose. You can even stop by our student-run café for a cup of coffee or gather your friends to go to our fine-dining campus restaurant.
Graduate Student Services
An advanced degree from the University of New Haven far exceeds the learning that takes place in the classroom. The Office of Graduate Student Services helps ensure that you take full advantage of the many experiences available to you as a graduate student.
The office is the primary provider of on-campus medical care in cases of student illness or injury. Health Services is also responsible for educational health programs.
The International Services Office (ISO) advocates for and advises the international student population at the University of New Haven on U.S. immigration and visa-related issues. The office also supports and facilitates the transition of international students to the university community.
Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion assists the University in promoting cultural diversity, awareness, and sensitivity throughout the campus community. Its programs, services and activities promote cultural identity and understanding within a multicultural environment.
The residence halls at the University of New Haven are home to your college family and are the living arrangement that offers the most convenience.
Spiritual Life & Campus Ministry
The Office of Spiritual Life & Campus Ministry provides students, faculty and staff with opportunities for the development and expression of religious ideas and values and the work that flows from them.