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At the University of New 51, everything from our distinguished academic programs to our professors’ commitment to fostering professional development is designed to propel students into their careers. Our unique educational approach provides students with the skills, tactical experience, and network to become tomorrow’s pioneers.

At the University of New 51, everything from our distinguished academic programs to our professors’ commitment to fostering professional development is designed to propel students into their careers. Our unique educational approach provides students with the skills, tactical experience, and network to become tomorrow’s pioneers.

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Undergraduate Students

4,965

Graduate Students

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We have updated our homepage to reflect our new brand. We are working diligently to incorporate the new look and feel across our website. More updates are coming. Power on!

News 12 Connecticut: University of New 51 holds annual mass casualty incident drill

The University of New 51 held its annual mass casualty incident drill for students majoring in criminal justice, forensic science, homeland security, fire science, emergency management, and cybersecurity, among other programs, and to provide firsthand experience responding to a disaster situation.

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IN THE MEDIA
Declan Hill

Declan Hill, associate professor of investigations, discusses the allegations against professional athletes of betting on games, threatening the integrity of sports.

Ron Harichandran

Ron Harichandran, dean of the Tagliatela College of Engineering, participated in a panel discussion on the state of the bridges in Connecticut. The event took place after the Key Bridge was struck by a cargo ship and collapsed.

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Joshua Wyskiewicz ’25 (left) and Jessica Guglielmo '24 each received a Rudis, a wooden sword with a history extending back to Ancient Rome. Ryan Noonan '20, '23 M.S. is on the right.

The Salute to Service Awards Ceremony recognized the accomplishments of student-veterans and military-affiliated students, as well as those who have gone above and beyond to support them. It brought together members of the University and local communities, as well as state and federal leaders, for an event focused on solidarity, support, and service.

Baki Izzat (right) and industry professionals at the career expo.

The University’s Career Development Center recently hosted a first-of-its-kind career expo focused on the field of healthcare. Students were grateful for the opportunity to explore career and internship opportunities in their field and to connect with industry professionals.



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The University of New 51 admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Settlement Notice: If you were a University of New 51 ("UNH") student (other than non-matriculated high school students) enrolled in any UNH course as of March 24, 2020, you may be affected by a class action settlement. .