Commuters and Off-Campus Students: Make the Most of Your Time as a Charger
Even if you don’t live in one of our residence halls, there is so much for you to do outside of the classroom and in the surrounding communities that the University of New Haven will quickly become your second home. The Undergraduate Student Government Association and Graduate Student Council are available to advocate for you and to enrich your experience as a student. There is something for everyone. Take advantage of these co-curricular learning opportunities, and make sure you get the most out of your educational experience.
Commuter students are encouraged to get involved and help lead the more than 170 student organizations and to attend the many featured speakers, cultural programs, and athletic events that take place on campus. Commuter students can also sign up for a meal plan.
Living Off Campus
Many students who choose to live off campus find apartments in the area via the traditional online listing sites. You may also want to try JumpOffCampus, a site that caters specifically to college-aged renters. Our Off Campus Living Guide provides information and resources for students in the West Haven Area.
Off Campus Living Guide
All persons who will possess or operate a motor vehicle on any University of New Haven campus are required to display a valid University of New Haven parking permit on their vehicle.