Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of New Haven!
We put together a checklist for new Graduate Students that we hope will help make your transition to graduate school easy. Please note: We are developing a new, interactive Road Map. Until that is developed, please take a look at the checklist below.
* Students from the Executive MBA, Forensic Science, Criminal
Justice (Ph.D.), and YNHH Healthcare Administration cohort programs
are required to submit an enrollment commitment deposit. Click here to submit your deposit.
* Scholarship recipients are required to submit a commitment deposit. Click here to submit your deposit.
* If you are interested in University sponsored housing, visit www.newhaven.edu/gradhousing.
Click here to pay your housing deposit.
This year's Graduate Student Orientation is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, August 22, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., in
the David A. Beckerman Recreation Center.
We highly encourage you to attend. Please confirm your registration by Tuesday, August 15, 2017.
If you are applying for a loan through financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
If you have been accepted to the University with a condition that you need to submit
a final official transcript before you enroll, this means that the transcript must show that
the degree was conferred or completed and be official transcripts. After your degree
is conferred, please send final, official transcripts from all colleges and universities
attended (submitted in sealed, stamped envelopes from the Registrar’s Office, or via
the E-Transcript service if applicable).
Accepted students who have submitted unofficial documents for expedited decision must submit final official transcripts prior to enrollment.
If final official transcripts are not received, students will be unable to register.
Contact your academic advisor for course recommendations for the first term and discuss your plan of study. Go to your program page to obtain your advisor's contact information
Our EGAP program is highly competitive and extremely selective. When the faculty committee reviews the applicant’s admission folder, they will determine whether they believe an applicant is a good candidate for an assistantship. Applicants who are selected as candidates will be individually notified by email. If you were notified that you were selected as a candidate for the highly selective Graduate Assistantship program, please note that the process is similar to applying for a job. You will wait to hear from the assistantship supervisor if he or she believes you are a good fit for the position. Not all candidates will receive an interview, and not all interviewees will receive an assistantship.
You will receive two separate emails, one with your username and one with your password within 24-48 hours after your deposit is received. The username and password will be used to log into the University’s “myCharger” portal for email access, registration, course information, and much more.
The following items can be retrieved or completed through the myCharger Portal:
a. Submit Proof of Physical Exam and Required Immunizations
b. Register for Classes
c. Charger Card ID Photo Submission
d. Parking Information and Permit Registration
e. Pay tuition and review Health Insurance requirements
University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 06357
You will receive your parking permit and Charger Card ID at Graduate Student Orientation on August 22.
Make an appointment with your Academic Advisor to discuss your plan of study.
Important Resources for Graduate Students
Campus Card (Student IDs and Tech Support)
Graduate and International Enrollment
Office of Graduate Student Services
Office of the University Registrar
Student Health Services
Office of Information Technology