The University of New Haven is a leader in experiential education.
Many of our programs offer students the opportunity for education "out of the box" and out of the classroom, enriched by discovery and reflection: in the lab, in the community, across borders.
Experiential Learning expresses the breadth of our mission: in and out of the classroom; formal and informal learning; sometimes for academic credit and sometimes not; mentored by our faculty or initiated by our students themselves. All University of New Haven undergraduates complete either: academic service-learning, study abroad, an internship, or faculty-mentored research. Some students will earn honors in University of New Haven's Society for Experiential Education. Learn more about the University of New Haven's Experiential Education Degree Requirement.
Follow these links to learn more about each of the departments working on the four pillars of Experiential Education: