84%

Acceptance Rate

1030 - 1220

SAT Range

20 - 26

ACT Range

University of New Haven Admissions

The University of New Haven offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. The admission guidelines for each of the courses are listed below:

Undergraduate Admissions

University of New Haven one binding admission program and three non-binding admission program for first-year admissions: Early Decision, Early Action (I & II), and Regular Decision. The acceptance rate for graduate courses at the university is 87.8% which fairly high, but in order to be considered for the programs, students must follow the established timelines and important dates listed in the application deadlines section below. Admission at the University of New Haven is competitive, and early applications are encouraged as the seats are limited in many of university's 100 degree programs.

Graduate Admissions

The University of New Haven offers the following graduate programs: Business & Sports, National Security & Public Service, Natural Sciences, Psychology, Engineering, Criminal Justice & Forensics, Computer Science & Cybersecurity, and multiple Health Programs. Due to limited seats in the master's programs applicants must apply well within the deadlines in order to get assessed and get admission to the university.

Visit the official admissions website of the University of New Haven here to know more about the admission procedures.

SAT Scores you need to get in

SAT Range The composite score range which the Institution consistently takes, below which admission should be considered a reach.

1030 - 1220

Applicants Submitting SAT Percentage of Students submitting SAT Scores.

92%

SAT Reading 25th

520

SAT Math 25th

510

SAT Composite 25th

1030

SAT Reading 75th

620

SAT Math 75th

600

SAT Composite 75th

1220

Average SAT Score

1125

And, the average SAT score of students who get into the university is 1125. However, in some cases, those who have obtained a SAT score of 1030 or below could also get into the university. As many as 93% of the applicants to the university submit their SAT scores for admission consideration.

ACT Scores you need to get in

ACT Range The composite score range which the Institution consistently takes, below which admission should be considered a reach.

20 - 26

Applicants Submitting ACT Percentage of Students submitting ACT Scores.

19%

ACT Math 25th

18

ACT English 25th

19

ACT Composite 25th

20

ACT Math 75th

25

ACT English 75th

26

ACT Composite 75th

26

Average ACT Score

23

Coming to the ACT scores that candidates need to get accepted to University of New Haven, the latest data suggests that one requires an average ACT score of 24. Notably, the composite ACT scores of most applicants who get accepted by University of New Haven are generally within the 21-27 range. However, a minimum ACT composite score of 21 is necessary to be considered for admission by the institution. The latest information shows that 16% of the applicants submit their ACT scores for admission to this institute.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

3.4

You need to have an average GPA of 3.44 or higher on a scale of 4 in high-school to get into the University of New Haven. To know more about the Grade Point Average system visit our blog.

Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

Required

High School Rank

Recommended

High School Transcript

Required

College Prep Courses

Required

SAT/ACT

Recommended

Recommendations

Required

Applying to the university is the first step, and below mentioned are the requirements for a complete application for undergraduate courses and graduate courses respectively:

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Official SAT or ACT scores
  • Common Application
  • $50 Application Fee
  • 250-650 Word Personal Essay (If the applicant has entered a personal essay on the Common Application, no other essay will be required)
  • Official High School Transcript
  • At least 1 Letter of Recommendation from an Academic Source

Graduate Courses

  • Online application
  • $50 non-refundable fee
  • Official university transcripts and proof of bachelor’s degree completion. An explanation of your university grading system must also be provided along with your transcripts.
  • Two letters of recommendation from your professors or employers
  • A Statement of Purpose is required. A résumé is highly recommended.

Certain majors require GRE and/or GMAT test scores. The GRE School Code: 3663, and the GMAT school code: P1X-DS-94.

Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

FALSE

Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

$50

Early Decision Deadline

None

Early Action Deadline

15-Nov

Offer Action Deadline

Yes

Offers Early Decision

No

Application Website

www.newhaven.edu/admissions/apply/

Accepts Common App

Yes

Accepts Coalition App

No

The University of New Haven considers potential First-Year students and transfer students for its Spring Semester admission on a rolling basis, however, it is recommended to complete the application form no later than the first week of January. An orientation and a course registration are done for all new students in the third week of January. To know more about the Rolling Admission Policy visit our blog here.

Important Dates
To be considered for certain programs, you must follow the established timelines and important dates:
 
Early Decision
December 1
 
Early Action I
December 15
 
Early Action II
February 15
 
Regular Decision
After February 15
 
Spring Admission
Early January

Acceptance Rate and Admission Statistics

WomenMenTotal
Applied6,0424,38410,426
Accepted5,0993,6458,744
Acceptance Rate84%83%84%
Enrolled7695691338
Percentage of admitted who Enrolled (Admission Yield)15%16%15%

Admission Statistics

Applied

Women

6,042

Men

4,384

Total

10,426

Accepted

Women

5,099

Men

3,645

Total

8,744

Acceptance Rate

Women

84%

Men

83%

Total

84%

Enrolled

Women

769

Men

569

Total

1338

Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)

Women

15%

Men

16%

Total

15%

Credits Accepted

AP Credit

Yes

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

Almost all universities in the US incentivize students by helping them earn university credit by taking certain courses in high school. There are many such programs available, and some of the popular ones are Dual Enrollment (also known as Dual Credit), AP Credit, and CLEP (Credit for Life Experiences). However, every university follows its own, separate policy regarding these credits. There are many perks of using these programs such as a shorter time to finish a degree, a higher GPA, and increased chances of completing the degree. To avail AP and CLEP credits, students can simply visit collegeboard.org and request to submit the scores to the university of their choice.

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