University of New Haven

West Haven, CT

The University of New Haven, founded in 1920, is a private coeducational university situated on an 82-acre campus on the coast of southern New England.

School Profiles: Undergrad Science & Engineering Transfer

Success Continues Here! 

Join us for a Transfer Discovery Day:
Learn about student and residential life.
Connect with a Transfer Enrollment Counselor for a preliminary Transfer Credit Evaluation.
Hear how you may qualify for up to $22,000 in annual academic scholarships and the $2,000 Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship.
Receive an “instant decision” on a completed application if you bring all official college transcripts with you.

The University of New Haven offers a purposeful and career-focused education that’s both personal and pragmatic to students who are independent and motivated—empowering them to achieve success at any stage of their lives.

We offer over 100 academic programs within five distinct colleges. Faculty who put students first, ex
periential education, and a thriving community atmosphere on campus allow the University of New Haven to be one of the best places to complete your bachelor’s degree.

But there’s nothing like seeing
things for yourself, so prospective transfer students should consider registering for one of our on-campus Transfer Discovery Days. You’ll get a complete overview of the University as well as the opportunity to meet with one of our Transfer Enrollment Counselors to discuss transfer credits and program requirements. Schedule your visit today to personally see some of the best academic facilities in the country.

To register for a Transfer Discov
ery Day or to meet with a Transfer Enrollment Counselor, please contact Corinne Merjave, Director of Transfer Enrollment, at 203-215-9025 or