The Center for Student Success aims to provide support, resources, and advising assistance for all students at the University of New Haven.
Our Student Success Advisors are eager to work one-on-one with your students to help set personal and academic goals that will contribute to their success, Success Advisors motivate students to reach their full potential. By working individually with one of our advisors, students can develop skills and strategies to overcome academic challenges if and when they arise.
Starfish is a student success and retention tool that the University of New Haven utilizes to improve student success and facilitate communication among students, faculty, and staff across campus. For more details about how this program works, please check out our Starfish Webpage.
All faculty members who teach first-year students are required to submit midterm grades. Midterm grades are accessible to Success Advisors in the Center for Student Success as well as a student’s faculty advisor. Midterm grades allow faculty and staff to pinpoint students who may be having difficulty in one or more courses and provides an opportunity for conversations about strategies to improve performance.
The Center for Student Success houses three honor societies that engage different student populations. Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) recognizes first-year students who have achieved at least a 3.5 GPA in their first semester and are in the top 20% of the incoming class. Tau Sigma (TS) is an honor society designated for first-semester transfer students who have achieved the same academic standards. Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) recognizes high achieving adult students (over 25) who are getting their first bachelor’s degree. Students who accept the invitation to join these honor societies will be inducted in the spring semester.