Meeting the Challenge:Shaping the Next 100 Years

What do you do when you arrive at the future you’ve envisioned? You look around the next bend. You look over the next hill. The Charger Challenge seeks to raise $100 million to shape the next 100 years at the University of New Haven.
Give Now
Give Now
Your contribution - of any size - will help lay the foundation for the next 100 years at the University of New Haven.
Hear Our Story
Hear Our Story
Find out about the Challenge's priorities and discover how your investment in the University of New Haven will impact lives.
GET INVOLVED
GET INVOLVED
You can help boost the University of New Haven's profile by participating in events on and off campus that help show the world the incredible work we do.

Challenge Update

This is where we will provide news and updates on The Challenge. Check back often to see what’s happening!

Progress Toward Goal (as of June 30, 2016): 68.8%

Raised

$68,827,326




Goal

$100,000,000
UNH Athletics

Campaign Priorities

How will your gifts be spent? We will innovate. We will create new opportunities for students. We will invest in our future. These three avenues for investment are described in the pages linked below.

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Capital Projects and Facilities

We seek to raise $35 million for important projects, including a new signature building, the “Innovation Center,” and to expand and renovate existing facilities.

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Endowment

We are seeking to raise $35 million to build our endowment, and provide financial aid to ensure continued access to the University of New Haven for some of the world’s most deserving students.

Engineering Students

Current Use / Program Investment

We seek to raise $30 million for emerging opportunities and for investment in rebuilding, reinforcing and expanding key curricular areas with ongoing funding and faculty positions.

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Campaign Start in 2012
$49 Million
Silent-Phase Donations
$100 Million
Goal by 2020

100 Stories for 100 Years

The University of New Haven is more than just a university. We're a collection of diverse voices that are working toward making the world a better place. As we move toward our Centennial Celebration and the culmination of the Charger Challenge in 2020, we'll add stories that highlight the great work that we're doing every day.
Cinthya Grajeda-Mendez '17

Cinthya Grajeda-Mendez '17

Tagliatela College of Engineering

Jonathan Spiegel ’15

Jonathan Spiegel ’15

Tagliatela College of Engineering

James & Leona Clerkin '99, '98

James & Leona Clerkin '99, '98

College of Arts and Sciences

Bianca Johnson ’15, ’17

Bianca Johnson ’15, ’17

Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences