The Corporate Enrollment Division at the University of New Haven aims to serve the educational needs of business people, organizations, and residents throughout Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York.
With several convenient locations throughout Connecticut offers academic degree programs for the full-time working adult who is interested in career advancement. Innovative programs allow students to complete their degree quickly without sacrificing quality, and without getting in the way of work and personal pursuits.
Office Locations and Hours of Operation
The Corporate Enrollment Division is located in Echlin 215 at the main campus in West Haven, CT. The New London/Southeastern Campus administrative office is housed in Mitchell Hall, on the Mitchell College Campus. At both locations, our full-time staff members are on hand Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to assist current and potential students, and faculty.
Scheduling and Modular Formats
Our convenient scheduling offers two full-length terms each academic year, beginning in September and April.
Within a modular format, students take five week-long classes in a set sequence; each class is a building block for the next.
Highly Qualified Faculty
Our university faculty represent a combination of full-time academics who hold doctoral or terminal degrees and part-time faculty members employed in business or industry who bring practical insight and expertise to the classroom.
Advisors are available to discuss program requirements as well as ongoing course/program requirement assessments. Full-time faculty hold academic counseling on an as-needed basis.
The University provides industry and organizations with a program of on-site advising. The advantages of this program are numerous and have proven very successful in orienting the prospective student to the possibilities of graduate study and career enhancement.
-- State of Connecticut grants, Pell Grants, and federally sponsored student loan programs
-- The Robert D. Bajorin Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a part-time student at the Southeastern/New London branch.
The University of New Haven is a coeducational, nonsectarian, independent institution of higher learning, chartered by the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut and fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Individual programs, departments and schools hold various forms of national professional accreditation.