University of New Haven
- Average Tution USD 34,330
- Acceptance Rate 74%
- Students 6,786
- Scholarships Yes
- Student-Faculty Ratio 16:1
The University of New Haven was established in 1920 as the New Haven YMCA College, a division of Northeastern University. It was established on the campus of Yale University, and for almost forty years, Yale University offered it the use of its buildings and laboratories. UNH finally moved to its current home in West Haven in 1960. In 1969, it added the Graduate School, which began offering only business administration and industrial engineering degrees, but has since expanded.
The University of New Haven has over 6,700 students enrolled with 15% international students. Its students have over 150 student clubs and organisations to choose from. UNH also has 520 study abroad programs. Its main campus is in West Haven, just 90 minutes away from New York City. In addition, UNH has satellite campuses across the United States and a campus in Prato, Italy.
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- Avg Aid to Undergraduate 16943
- Minimum GPA 2.50
- Minimum incoming TOEFL 80
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
Established in 1920
Almost sixty-one percent of the University of New Haven students live on campus or in university sponsored housing in 13 different residence halls.
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I entered UNH with an A.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering, from another college, but that was not what I really wanted to do. The Dean of Arts and Sciences, Doug Robillard, transferred me in as a full junior, with a redirection to literature. Suddenly college courses were no longer difficult, but in fact, fun! Three books, two decades in journalism, and another in PR and media relations later, I still write and edit nearly every day, with the same level of enthusiasm. UNH gave me a new direction and I am still on that journey, still loving it! Thank You UNH!
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It was an interesting 16 years, watching it grow from a community college into a college and then finally into a university. It took me that long to finally obtain my BSEE going nights and working days. It was enjoyable and without it I would not be where I was able to get to today. I appreciated that they taught night students who were night students not day students attending night courses.
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