Transfer Application Process

The University of New Haven reviews applications for prospective transfer students on a rolling admission process.

This means that students can apply for admission at any time throughout the year and receive a decision shortly after submission of all required materials. We accept transfer applications for either our spring semester that begins in late January or our fall semester that begins in late August.

Apply for Admissions



Although there is not a particular deadline, it is recommended that students apply as early as possible since space in some of our academic programs tends to fill up quickly. A list of our undergraduate academic programs can be found here. Typically, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions begins to review applications on September 1st for the following year's admission.

Students have the option of applying directly to the major of their choice or applying as an Undeclared (Exploratory) student. Applications will not be reviewed until all of the required materials have been received.

If your last name begins with A-C, contact Corinne Merjave at 203-215-9025 or

If your last name begins with D-L, contact Brittany Drobinske at 203.931.2914 or

If your last name begins with M-Z, contact Danielle Desjardins at 203-494-7734 or

If you have any trouble reaching any of our Transfer Enrollment Counselors, please send an email to and someone will get back to you as soon as possible!

Applying to the University of New Haven is a quick and convenient process. Our rolling admission policy allows prospective students like you to receive a decision on your application within 2-3 weeks once your application file is complete. Once you are accepted, we will work on a transfer credit evaluation to show you how your credits will be applied to our degree programs.

Students with Over 12 College Credits

Students must submit the following:

  • Complete the University of New Haven's Online Transfer Application for Admission at
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
  • Official high school or G.E.D. transcript - Required for students who have completed less than 12 total earned college credits. The high school transcript must be a final transcript with proof of graduation.
  • Official SAT and/or ACT scores - Required for students who have completed less than 12 total earned college credits
  • A 250-500 word written statement / essay that details why you wish to pursue an education at the University of New Haven.
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  as soon as possible; Spring Applicants should add us to their FAFSA no later than November 1. University of New Haven Title IV (FAFSA) school code is 001397.


Special Program Requirements:

Dental Hygiene

  • 1 Letter of Recommendation

Interior Design

  • Portfolio of previous college work