STEP 1: SUBMIT REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
All incoming part-time students are required to submit official high school/GED transcripts, immunization forms, and more to complete their enrollment process.
Final High School Transcript
Incoming part-time students are required to submit final official high school/GED transcripts with proof of graduation to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions prior to enrollment. This is required to ensure your ability to utilize any federal financial aid funding. Please note, visiting students currently still completing high school do not need to submit a final high school transcript and are not able to utilize any federal financial aid funding.
In certain situations, acquiring a copy of high school/GED transcripts is difficult, so we are able to accept copies of your high school/GED diploma. All official documents can be sent to the University of New Haven, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT 06516. All copies of diplomas/GEDs can be sent via fax to (203) 931-6093, or emailed to email@example.com.
Transfer Clearance Form
The University of New Haven requires all incoming transfer students to submit a Transfer Clearance Form from each institution attended. This form must be completed and returned to the University of New Haven as soon as possible. Students that do not complete this form will receive a hold on their student account and will prevent registration for the next semester.Transfer Clearance Form
Incoming students must submit immunization documentation prior to registering for classes in their first term. If you have received the required vaccines, please submit proof of immunity, i.e. records from school, parent records or copies of lab results of blood tests (for rubella and rubeola titres) and a copy of your photo ID to: University of New Haven, Health Services Office, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT 06516.Immunization Forms
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
This act affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. All academic records are stored in the Office of the Registrar, while Financial Aid records are stored in the Office of Financial Aid. Students are able to indicate particular individuals that they wish to have access to their records.FERPA