Under President Steven H. Kaplan, the University of New Haven campus has expanded significantly.
Recent developments include:
- Tuscany Campus, which is located in a fully renovated, former 16th century convent on one of the nicest squares in the city of Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany.
- Orange Campus, featuring the Bergami and Pompea Graduate Center
- Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts at UNH
- Westside Hall, a state-of-the-art 110,000 square-foot residence which serves 350 students. It features classroom space, its own dining room and state-of-the-art technology.
- Cyber Forensics Research and Education Laboratory, the first of its kind in CT, which features leading equipment and software that is being used by industry and governmental agencies.
- Bartels Student Activity Center
- Bucknall Theater
- A new home for the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science in John and Leona Gehring Hall.
- The Alexander W. Nicholson Jr. Health Center
- North Hall, a 4,800-square foot academic building that houses two modern academic classrooms, Fire Science labs and the Math Zone a state-of-the-art computerized mathematics teaching lab.
- The renovation and expansion of Bartels Hall and Maxcy Hall.
- Celentano Hall (formerly Soundview Hall), a 402-bed LEED-certified "green" residence hall which features a solar power system which generates approximately 60 kilowatts of electricity – roughly enough to power 12 houses.
- The David A. Beckerman Recreation Center.
- The Samuel S. Bergami Jr. Learning Center for Finance and Technology and Bergami Hall (residence hall and office space).
- Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, with its unique blue-and-gold synthetic turf field
- The Laurel Vlock Center for Convergent Media
- The Arcadio "Kayo" Rodriguez Jr. Field for soccer, lacrosse and student recreation
- A new systems engineering laboratory
Support for the Annual Fund has helped make these projects a reality. The University needs your ongoing support as it continues to grow. Gifts of all amounts make these campus improvements possible.