"I am more than happy to tell donors that they provided my family and me with a peace of mind when it comes to paying for college. It is a great feeling to know that I am closer to my goal with each passing day. Nothing can replace that feeling.”
“This scholarship has not only honored me but also my parents, who have sacrificed so much for me. I am now able to set a good example for my younger sibling, who will be attending college in the fall."
"Speaking with generous donors firsthand while working for the Phone-A-Thon has made me appreciate how much our alumni care about current students and the future success of the University. I am extremely appreciative of both the University’s help and the help of our alumni.”
"As an undergraduate, I am fortunate to have experienced what conducting real research is like and how demanding it really is.” Read more about Colin Bassett, Class of 2013, Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship recipient.
"I learned how to develop a project and improve my time-management skills, which have helped me hit the ground running on my senior thesis project." Read more about Martha Perez, Class of 2013, Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship recipient.
"I believe the University of New Haven is going to help me reach my full potential through the amazing programs and the personal attention from faculty." Read more about Kami Davis, Class of 2014, recipient of the Jean Handley Endowed Scholarship.
"Because we have not been in the U.S. that long, my family has not been able to set aside enough money to pay for a college education ...This financial support will greatly help me realize my goals." Read about Joelvito Villaluz, Class of 2013, and recipient of the Mildred and John Frey/Paul Hershey Endowed Scholarship.
"Our entire family has a true appreciation for higher education, and we are very thankful for the financial support we have received." Read about Laura McLoughlin, Class of 2013, John D. Hatfield Scholar and recipient of a Summer Undergraduate Research Scholarship.
"I served active duty in the Air Force until 2006. When my contract was fulfilled, I decided to go back to school to pursue an education so I would be better prepared to help myself, my family and less fortunate people in the community." Read more about Anthony Wyatt, recipient of the David Travis Friedrich Memorial Scholarship.