Innovative Resources and Facilities

To succeed in your field of choice, you need access to the state-of-the art equipment and technology that you will use in your career.

Seton Gallery

Seton Gallery

The official gallery for student and faculty work, the Seton Gallery also welcomes exhibits by local and well-known artists who share their work and expertise with the University community.

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Bucknall Theater

The centerpiece of the University’s theater program is a 300-seat theater that features state-of-the art lighting, sound, and motorized rigging systems. Connected to the theater is a prop shop, costume shop and scene shop.

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Communications Studio

The University of New Haven’s state-of-the-art broadcast studio, control room, and editing suites, opened in 2017, are part of a newly renovated Communication & Media Center, a bustling hub of media activity, where our students get to experience the communications industry in action – both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

The set, featuring industry-grade lighting and the latest in permanent and portable digital equipment, serves as the New Haven news bureau of Fox 61, offering students a chance to be active participants in the process of news gathering and news production.

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Bergami Center for Science, Technology, and Innovation

Bergami Center

The University’s newest academic building, scheduled to open in early 2020, will feature cutting-edge video production studios as well as ample “open space” designed to foster creative idea exchange and collaboration. 

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Music Studios

Our digital and analog recording studios feature the same industry-standard equipment that is used by the professionals. We also have an MIDI/Theory lab and performance rooms for students to practice their craft.

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The Lois Evalyn Bergami Broadcast Media Center and WNHU

WNHU

WNHU is the FCC-licensed noncommercial educational radio station of the University of New Haven, broadcasting at 88.7 FM. The Station operates as a lab for student learning, and as a source of culturally diverse programming for the communities we serve.

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