Recent developments include:
Tuscany Campus, which is located in a fully renovated, former 16th century convent on one of the nicest squares in the city of Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany.
Orange Campus, featuring the Bergami and Pompea Graduate Center
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts at the University of New Haven
Westside Hall, a state-of-the-art 110,000 square-foot residence which serves 350 students. It features classroom space, its own dining room and state-of-the-art technology.
Cyber Forensics Research and Education Laboratory, the first of its kind in CT, which features leading equipment and software that is being used by industry and governmental agencies.
Bartels Student Activity Center
A new home for the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science in John and Leona Gehring Hall.
The Alexander W. Nicholson Jr. Health Center
North Hall, a 4,800-square foot academic building that houses two modern academic classrooms, Fire Science labs and the Math Zone a state-of-the-art computerized mathematics teaching lab.
The renovation and expansion of Bartels Hall and Maxcy Hall.
Celentano Hall (formerly Soundview Hall), a 402-bed LEED-certified "green" residence hall which features a solar power system which generates approximately 60 kilowatts of electricity – roughly enough to power 12 houses.
The David A. Beckerman Recreation Center.
The Samuel S. Bergami Jr. Learning Center for Finance and Technology and Bergami Hall (residence hall and office space).
Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, with its unique blue-and-gold synthetic turf field
The Laurel Vlock Center for Convergent Media
The Arcadio "Kayo" Rodriguez Jr. Field for soccer, lacrosse and student recreation
A new systems engineering laboratory
Support for the Annual Fund has helped make these projects a reality. The University needs your ongoing support as it continues to grow. Gifts of all amounts make these campus improvements possible.