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Thursday Morning (January 20) Classes Transitioned to Remote

Due to the predicted freezing rain, sleet, and snow moving through our area and the potential for hazardous driving conditions, all in-person day classes starting prior to 12 p.m. (noon) on Thursday, January 20, will transition to being held online or remotely. All classes scheduled at 12:00 p.m. (noon) or later Thursday will be held as scheduled.

Additional information on the virtual format for each class will be provided directly by the individual instructor.

Faculty have been asked to prepare for online or remote sessions in the event of in-person meeting cancellations. These options will be determined by the faculty member and all questions should be directed to the Faculty teaching each course section. Faculty also have been asked to be very understanding and accommodating of the individual situations of their students who may have difficulty managing these alternative online or remote class meetings on short notice.

COVID-19 arrival testing being held at the Beckerman Recreation Center on Thursday will begin at 1:00 p.m.

Campus operations for residential students, unless otherwise noted, will operate as scheduled, though hours may be modified or changed based on conditions. Separate messages will be sent from the Peterson Library, the Beckerman Recreation Center, and Dining Services if any changes to their normal hours of operation are necessary.

Please note that only essential employees, as previously determined by their respective department leaders, should report to campus unless determined otherwise by their supervisor. All other employees should continue to fulfill the requirements of their role remotely.

If changes become necessary for Thursday's in-person afternoon classes beginning at 12:00 p.m. (noon) or later, it will be communicated by 10 a.m. Thursday.

Campus COVID-19 Info

As we begin the Spring 2022 semester, the University has made several recent announcements:

  • New and updated protocols for the Spring 2022 semester are now in effect.
  • All student-facing on-campus operations have resumed in person and the University is at Yellow Alert status.
  • Booster doses are required for all students, faculty, and staff who are eligible. This does not affect individuals who previously received University-approved vaccination exemptions.

Please read these announcements,and full Spring 2022 information, at the following links:

Spring 2022 Info and Policies  COVID-19 Dashboard  COVID-19 Overview

Alumni Magazine - Fall 2018

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About this Issue

Fall 2018 is all about family. For this issue of the University of New Haven Alumni Magazine, we celebrate the many diverse voices that comprise our institutional community, sharing stories of students, alumni, and friends who understand and welcome this sense of home.

You can read select stories by visiting the pages linked below, or click the button to view the full magazine.

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From The President


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We Are Family

While the Chargers marching band has grown dramatically over the past decade, its devoted musicians — now 270 strong — have formed a powerful bond.

Full Story
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Love and Money

Former Chargers captain and current Board of Governors member Allen Love Jr. ’88, MPA ’90 lends a global perspective to the world of anti-money laundering.

Full Story
Ashley Hilton ’08

Impact Player

As a two-time Conference Player of the Year and a 2014 inductee into the University’s Athletics Hall of Fame, Ashley Hilton ’08 came to the Chargers’ rescue on a routine basis. Ten years after graduating, not much has changed.

Full Story


These exciting sections of the magazine are available in interactive PDF format. Just click any of the sections to get started!