Supporting Our Students

The Students First Fund expands upon existing services that provide support to students in a variety of critical areas including, but not limited to internship and interview preparation, resources for food, health and wellness. During these unprecedented times the University continues to work to meet the educational, financial, physical and emotional needs of our students. During this season of giving please consider supporting our students with a gift to the Students First Fund.

Thank You for Your Support

In January 2020, we kicked off our Centennial Year and a series of celebrations for our first 100 years of success. While this year unfolded differently than planned in many ways, we are still have so much to celebrate including the naming of our Pompea College of Business, the founding of the Connecticut Institute of Technology at the University of New Haven, the grand opening of our Bergami Center for Science, Technology, and Innovation, and our historic virtual Centennial Celebration. As our Centennial year comes to a close, please consider making a gift to support our students as we look ahead to our next 100 years!

Spotlight

The Bergami Center is Unveiled

Hear from President Steven H. Kaplan, Ph.D., Tiara Starks ’22, and Sam and Lois Bergami; experience a virtual narrated tour; explore room by room using 360 technology.

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Welcome Home

Welcome to the University of New Haven. Some of you might have been on campus earlier this year, and others may not have visited in 20 years – or more. Regardless, this will always be YOUR University, and you will always be a valued member of Charger Nation. We are excited to show everything WE have to be proud of as we gather to celebrate a century of growth, achievement, and incredible success.

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Pompea College of Business Named

Pompea College of Business recognizes largest gift in University of New Haven History from alumnus, successful business executive, and longtime benefactor Charles E. Pompea '71, '90 EMBA, '06 Hon., vice chair of the university’s Board of Governors, his wife Tamera, and their family.

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Charger Pride

The Charger Horse Statue Installation

A spectacular monument years in the making the University of New Haven's new Charger Statue was officially installed in late March 2020. Funded through gracious donations specific for this initiative, the Charger Statute was conceived to serve as a symbol of the power, resilience, and enduring strength of the University community.

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Fight Song - Played Virtually

Members of the Chargers Marching Band, a significant source of spirit and pride for the University of New Haven community, gathered virtually from across the region and around the country recently to perform the University of New Haven fight song. We hope the Charger Spirit fills your home as we all continue to help each other through this challenging time.

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Chargers Dance Team Does the Charleston!

Go back in time with the Chargers Dance Team as they bring the Roaring Twenties to life in their version of the Charleston. Get ready to party! Go back in time with the Chargers Dance Team as they bring the Roaring Twenties to life in their version of the Charleston.

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University of New Haven: Celebrating 100 Years of Success

Welcome Home Chargers

Welcome to the University of New Haven. Some of you might have been on campus earlier this year, and others may not have visited in 20 years – or more. Regardless, this will always be YOUR University, and you will always be a valued member of Charger Nation. We are excited to show everything WE have to be proud of as we gather to celebrate a century of growth, achievement, and incredible success.

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Your Success Starts Here

Check out the University's new Centennial video in which students discussed the university of the future that they envision. President Steve Kaplan shared his goal for the University - a place where he visualizes students continually challenging the University to innovate, imagine, and reinvent itself.

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