The University is taking action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). We have established a dedicated COVID-19 page to provide updates to the University Community and the public, which includes important notifications, frequently asked questions, health advisories, and key contact information.
On May 20, the University announced plans for a three-phased reopening of the campus.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the University is working to meet the educational, financial, physical and emotional needs of our students, and has taken immediate action to ensure their safety and well-being. Your gift can help mitigate the financial impact these sudden circumstances have on our students and their families.
Help University of New Haven Students Charge Ahead!
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the University is working to meet the educational, financial, physical and emotional needs of our students, and has taken immediate action to ensure their safety and well-being. We have launched the Charge-Ahead Student Support Fund, which, together with the Centennial Scholarship Fund, will support the most urgent needs for our students at this critical time. Please click here to make a gift of any amount to support our students. Your gift will provide funding for travel expenses, remote education assistance, health services, food and housing, scholarship aid, and other urgent needs.
Members of Charger Nation are united in not only our desire, but also our proven ability, to charge ahead when others might stand still, held back by fear. It is in these moments that we find our strength and prove to ourselves, and to each other, what it takes to be a Charger.
Thank you for your support of our students, and the entire University community.
We are grateful that so many of you have reached out to ask how you can help ensure that the University has the resources it needs, both now and into an uncertain future, to help our students get through this pandemic.
Chargers from across the globe have asked how they can help in this time of crisis. In response, the University has created the Charge Ahead Student Support Fund, which provides support for the urgent needs of our students resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic. This fund will support technology for remote learning, travel, food, housing and medical expenses, and other emergency needs.
The University of New Haven’s Centennial Ball, originally scheduled for April 4, has been postponed to Saturday, October 24. All tickets will be honored for the new date – stay tuned for more information.
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.
The institute, which will be part of the Tagliatela College of Engineering, will foster collaboration and interdisciplinary research across the University, effectively incorporating critical knowledge in cybersecurity, computing, data science, and AI across all programs.
William Bucknall ’63, ’65, ’08 Hon., a member of the University’s Board of Governors since 2006 and one of the University’s most devoted benefactors, contributed $1 million to support student scholarships, undergraduate research, and excellence in teaching.
In this special campaign edition of the University of New Haven Alumni Magazine, we celebrate what it takes to be a Charger by spotlighting students, faculty, alumni, and friends who represent the many different faces that comprise our University community.
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.