A Rich Tapestry
President Steve Kaplan believes that the many cultures represented in the University’s campus community are what create an especially vibrant environment that fosters personal growth and exploration.
"The rich tapestry of the University of New Haven community helps instill in our students the compassion and empathy they will need as the world’s future leaders, innovators, and problem solvers," he says. "We all play a role in fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment of which we can all be proud."
Accessibility Resources Center
The Accessibility Resources Center provides comprehensive services and support that serve to promote educational equity and ensure that students are able to participate in all the opportunities available at the University.Learn More
Office of Graduate and International Student Life
The Office of Graduate and International Student Life works to foster an inclusive and supportive environment to ensure every international and graduate student has a positive and enriching experience during their time at the University.Learn More
Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The Myatt Center plans programs and activities that promote cultural diversity, awareness, and sensitivity throughout the campus community.Learn More
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Council
The mission of the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Council is to serve as an advisory group to the president and campus community, providing strategic advice and recommendations based on observations, reports, and monitoring concerning diversity at the University of New Haven.Learn More
Spiritual Life and Campus Ministry
We are a community of many faiths and spiritual and philosophical traditions. As part of our diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging (DEIAB) efforts, we are committed to assuring students that whatever their perspective – from devout to spiritual but not religious to atheist – they will be included and experience a sense of belonging in our Charger community.Learn More