University of New Haven Police Department

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  • Address: 300 Boston Post Rd, West Haven, Connecticut, 06516 CT
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Phone: (203) 932-7015

University of New Haven Police Department is located at 300 Boston Post Rd, West Haven, Connecticut, 06516 CT. The University of New Haven Police Department phone number is (203) 932-7015.

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The University of New Haven’s Hillel Club held a vigil last week to remember those who tragically lost their lives in the Tree of Life synagogue attack, to show its support for those affected, and to reinforce the University’s commitment to fostering a community built on a shared respect for one another.

University of New Haven Senior lecturer Wes Davis, a popular culture historian, created a campus exhibition (on display through this weekend) of Hitchcock film posters and an original documentary. Students were involved in every aspect of the projects, including video editing, promotional poster design, and exhibition layout.

We are here live today for a special panel discussion with several successful graduates of the University of New Haven’s mechanical engineering program. #SuccessStartsHere

More than 1,300 parents and family members visited campus on Saturday, Oct. 6, for Family Day.

Chris Haynes, assistant professor and coordinator of the University of New Haven’s political science program, projects the Republicans maintain a majority in the Senate and the Democrats take control of the House.

Get an inside look at the University of New Haven during our Open House on Sunday, Nov. 11. REGISTER:

University of New Haven English professor Christopher Dowd created an innovative class that uses video games to teach students about storytelling.

It is Senior Day for the University of New Haven’s Chargers Marching Band. Take a listen to the halftime show at today’s football game.

The campus community gathered recently to celebrate the life of Larry DeNardis, a distinguished educator and former U.S. Congressman, who served as president of the University from 1991 to 2004. He died in August at the age 80.

Are you (or do you know) a middle or high school student with a passion for news, film, or editing video? Attend one of our workshops to learn how to create a public service announcement for a contest being sponsored by FOX 61. The best entries will earn cash prizes.

Be on the lookout for the latest issue of the University of New Haven alumni magazine. It includes a feature on the Chargers Marching Band, an inside look at our new School of Health Sciences, and a spotlight on a former women's basketball standout who is on the front lines of post-disaster relief work with FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency.

University of New Haven forensic science professors Tim Palmbach and Claire Glynn will present a live webinar on Thursday, November 1, at 1 p.m. about using advanced forensic science research initiatives and methodologies to combat human trafficking. The project is supported by National Institute of Justice, Forensic Technology Center of Excellence, and RTI International.

"We must continually consider what our role can and should be in ensuring that our own communities – near and far – represent the values of a caring, safe, and empathic society," says University of New Haven President Steve Kaplan.

Laura Miller, the University of New Haven's director of energy and sustainability who coordinated a contribution of furniture to the Columbus House, discusses her efforts to reduce waste by giving back to the community and shares how students can get involved.

University of New Haven professors Tina Zito and Carter Takacs and their students are studying potential improvements to existing cancer-fighting drugs and are using zebrafish to better understand cancer-causing gene mutations.

This week, Eric Fischl, a titan of the late 20th and 21st century art scene whose paintings and artwork are represented in the most prestigious public and private collections around the world, conducted a critique with BFA students, and delivered the Robert W. and Ann Pratt Endowed Lecture.

This weekend, University of New Haven theater arts students will again play leading roles in the West Haven Historical Society's Graveyard Lantern Tour.

Find out firsthand why Success Starts at the University of New Haven. Attend our Open House on Sunday, Nov. 11 to get an inside look at the Charger Advantage.

The creator of the “Ask a Muslim Anything” conversation series, which he has hosted more than 50 times, Robert Azzi led a University-wide forum and visited classes during his two days on campus.

The Colleen Sorbello Research Laboratory, dedicated in memory of former Chargers football player and University of New Haven benefactor Sam Sorbello’s late wife, will provide students with hands-on experience in all facets of biomedical research.

The new Monday night lineup on 88.7 WNHU, the University of New Haven's award-winning radio station, features three consecutive shows hosted by alumni who got their start at the station as students.

From the beginning steps of figuring out majors and potential career paths to the final steps of applying for jobs or to graduate school, the Career Development Center is with University of New Haven students every step of the way.

Take a live look at the University of New Haven marching band’s performance during halftime of today’s football game.

University of New Haven athletic director Chris Palmer, a Super Bowl winning NFL assistant coach, has been selected to receive a Gold Key Award from the Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance.

With only five weeks until Black Friday, University of New Haven marketing professor Ron Kunteze, a nationally renowned expert on consumer frugality, talks with USA TODAY about what consumers should wait to buy until then.