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Register with Campus Access and DREAM Orientation

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Register with Campus Access and DREAM Orientation

Not all students will need to complete this step. However, ALL students should review this information carefully to determine if you need to request housing or dining modifications, or other reasonable accommodations.

Campus Access Services provides comprehensive services and support that serve to promote educational equity and ensure that students are able to participate in the opportunities available at the University of New Haven.

All students should read the information below and determine if Campus Access Services provides resources that you require. If you are not a student with a chronic medical condition, disability or military combat related disorder, you may be able to skip this step.

Modifications to Housing and Dining

If you are a student who will need modifications to housing (such as an air conditioner, single room, double room, accessible bathroom, etc.) due to a chronic health related disorder or other disability, or if you are a student who needs modifications to dining (such as a modified meal plan due to severe food allergies or other significant medical conditions with significant dietary restrictions and it is determined after a meeting with dining services that they cannot meet your dietary needs), you must apply for the modification. These modifications are not automatic.

  • Click here for the Policy on Modifications to Housing and Dining
  • Click here for Forms for New Students Requests for Medical, Military, or Disability-Related Accommodations. 
Deadline is June 15

DEADLINE: Submit any requests by June 15. Don't wait - start now!


DREAM Orientation and Former IEP or 504 Plan Requests

While IEP and 504 Plans do not carry over into the college environment, students who formerly held either an IEP or 504 Plan should register with Campus Access Services to access reasonable accommodations and services to ensure your opportunity for academic success.

Students should schedule a summer intake appointment between June 1 and July 15, and should also attend DREAM Orientation (August 18-19) to become familiar with changing responsibilities, resources available for your success, and to connect with peers.

  • Click here for the Step-by-Step Guide to Request Reasonable Accommodations.
  • Click here to register for DREAM Orientation (August 18-19)
  • Schedule an intake appointment between June 1 and July 15 by emailing CampusAccess@newhaven.edu
Deadline is July 15

DEADLINE: Register for DREAM and schedule your intake appointment before July 15. Don't wait - start now!

What do I need to do to complete Step 5?
  • Read the above information very carefully to determine if you need to request any modifications or reasonable accommodations. You may be able to skip this step if you are not a student with a chronic medical condition, disability or military combat related disorder.
  • If you wish to utilize resources provided by Campus Access Services, click on the appropriate link(s) above and review information about how to apply for accommodations and modifications.  
  • Once you've reviewed the information about how to apply for Campus Access Services accommodations, and/or applied for assistance from CAS, you may move ahead to Step 6 by clicking the sign below.
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  1. Questions?

    Please note: not every student will need to complete this step.

    If you have a question about requesting reasonable accommodations and housing modifications, contact CampusAccess@newhaven.edu

  1. Need Your Login Info?

    If you are unable to locate your student login and password, or if you're having trouble logging in, please email insideUNH@newhaven.edu (note: your password is NOT your birthdate).
  2. Not ready to complete this step?

    You may skip ahead using the navigation in the box, or go back to the Road Map.