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Incoming Forensic Science Major: ‘I Am Excited to Explore All That the University Has to Offer’

The first deposited member of the University’s Class of 2028, Noah Nemiroff ’28 is looking forward to being a member of the Charger community.

January 8, 2024

By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications

Noah Nemiroff ’28 looks forward to studying forensic science at the University of New Haven.
Noah Nemiroff ’28 looks forward to studying forensic science at the University of New Haven.

When Noah Nemiroff ’28 began watching the television series The Flash, he soon discovered more than what would become his favorite TV show – he found a passion for forensic science. Fascinated, he was eager to learn more about the field.

This past summer, Nemiroff attended Columbia University’s National Student Leadership Conference to take part in the forensic science program – an experience that he says was “amazing.” He’s now looking forward to continuing to study forensic science at the University of New Haven.

“I chose the University of New Haven because it has the best forensics program,” he said. “It is a world-renowned program that will prepare me for the world of forensics. I am looking forward to an amazing learning experience in one of the best forensics programs.”

‘The people were extremely friendly’

Nemiroff, who is currently a senior at Half Hollow Hills High School West in Dix Hills, NY, was the first new Charger to submit an enrollment deposit to attend the University beginning in the Fall 2024 semester. He will officially begin his time as a Charger in August as a member of the University’s Class of 2028.

As a Charger, Nemiroff is excited to get involved in the University community. He plans to join organizations that are related to his major.

“I am most looking forward to becoming independent,” he said. “I’m also looking forward to meeting new people, exploring new ideas, taking exciting and engaging classes, and, most of all, making lifelong memories.”

Nemiroff has visited the campus twice. He thought the size was just right – large enough to experience a vibrant college campus while also small enough to make meaningful connections. He says touring the University was a “wonderful” experience, and one he plans to repeat when he attends an Accepted Students Day later this spring.

“I fell in love with the campus on my first visit,” he said. “The people I met were all so kind and engaging. The campus is beautiful, and the people were extremely friendly. I am really excited to start my next journey at the University. I am excited to explore all that the University has to offer.”