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University Services

The University has numerous services available to graduate students here on campus.

Counseling Services
The Counseling Center offers a variety of services aimed at helping students resolve personal difficulties and acquire the balance, skills, and knowledge that will enable them to take full advantage of their experience at the University of New Haven. There are many issues that bring students to the Counseling Center: personal or emotional concerns, persistent difficulties in adjusting to university life, troubling moods (e.g. depression, anxiety, and stress), relationship problems, loss of a loved one, grief, substance abuse, career exploration, or other concerns.

Counseling services are free, confidential, and available to currently enrolled students.

Health Services
The office is the primary provider of on-campus medical care in cases of student illness or injury. Health Services is also responsible for educational health programs. A weekly Women's Services Clinic provides assistance and information about gynecological care.

Health Services is staffed by registered nurses, part-time nurse practitioner and part-time physicians.

Charger Rec Center
The $15.5 million Beckerman Center at the University of New Haven is a comprehensive 56,500 square foot Student Recreation Complex consisting of: 6,000 square feet of fitness space featuring state-of-the-art cardio equipment (most with personal viewing screens) and exclusive line of nautilus free weight and circuit training machines, 1/10th-mile suspended indoor jogging/walking track, Nrgize Juice Bar, two full-size activity courts for Basketball/Volleyball/ Badminton, multi-activity court designed for a variety of activities including floor hockey and indoor soccer, two racquetball courts, two group fitness performance studios, and locker rooms with spaces to lounge.

Center for Learning Resources
Some upper-level undergraduate assistance is provided as well, but graduate-level support is predominantly restricted to the Writing Lab and Computer Lab and does not typically cover class-based content. The Peer Tutoring Program consists of about 25 tutors based out of satellite locations around campus and generally offers help with major-specific classes for undergraduate and select graduate programs. We provide free tutoring and writing skills assistance to help students with good grades who want to do even better as well as those who are struggling and want to improve.