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Students at the University of New Haven have the best of both worlds, an active on campus community, and access to the city of New Haven. Whether students are interested in cultural, intellectual, or social pursuits, they have wealth of opportunities from which to choose.
Formally referred to as the Office of Student Activities, the Center for Student Engagement, Leadership and Orientation fosters campus community through programs, resources, and opportunities for involvement that advance student learning and prepare students for success in the global community.
Engagement: Facilitates opportunities for practical student learning experiences
Leadership: Encourages students to identify values, serve as responsible citizens, and inspire others
Orientation: Provides collaborative programs that facilitate the transition and engagement of new students and their families to the University of New Haven
The University of New Haven has more than 160 Recognized Student Organizations overseen by three student-run governing bodies: Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA), Graduate Student Council (GSC), and the Evening Student Council (ESC).
Take Charge offers students opportunities to explore leadership concepts, gain hands on experiences and become socially responsible, ethical, diverse, critical thinkers and global citizens. Take Charge gives you the opportunity to learn through collaborative, experiential and quality programs.
Orientation is just the beginning of your college experience! You will have fun while learning about housing, campus resources, things to do on or around campus, plus you get to interact with other students for an experience you won’t forget.
There are currently 13 Greek organizations on campus which are made up of local, national and multicultural organizations. Greek Life cultivates a community based upon academic and personal success, culture, friendship, history and tradition.
Keep track of everything you are involved in during your time here at the University of New Haven. A co-curricular transcript is a copy of your campus related involvement including RSO organizations, internships, experiential education, campus employment, honors, awards and recognitions.
Take a minute to learn who makes the Center work. The staff is dedicated to helping students and organizations be the best they can be. They work to ensure that policies are being followed and make student life at the University of New Haven so much fun!