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UNH says:
"The University of New Haven has a holistic approach when reviewing an applicant for admission to the university.  Admissions counselors consider a strong college preparatory curriculum, along with a student's personal essay and letter's of recommendation.  In addition, students may request an interview with an admissions officer if they would like to explain special circumstances regarding their application, as well as to get to know the university better.

Overall, the university is interested in a strong, well rounded student who has shown the desire and commitment to work hard and challenge his/her self, and is involved in clubs, organizations, sports, extra-curricular activities and/or community service.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, however due to an increase in popularity of the university, student's are encouraged to complete their applications as soon as possible.  "

Students who got into UNH say:
Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (15), Grades (7), Sports (2), Essay (10)
Finance
Feb 25 2014
If you can sign a check or financial aid documents....you can get in.
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Unknown
May 22 2013
It wasn't so hard getting in. It was rather easy.
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Computer Engineering
Jul 06 2012
I stayed focused in school. Took many AP and IB course through out and stayed active at my school (joining a club, or in my case Marching Band). Try to do well on your SATs and/or ACTs. My dedication and grades brought me many scholarships, plus all the IB and AP courses I took has given me enough credits to almost be a whole year ahead. I suggest to give it your all to pursue something that you are going to love to do!
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Criminal
Mar 28 2012
When you write your essay, make it absolutely personal. The more you that you put into it, the more your personality will shine through.
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