Welcome to New Haven, the second largest city in Connecticut and the sixth largest in New England. Most notably known as the home of one of the Ivy Leagues most prestigious academic institutions- Yale University. New Haven boast a prideful and exemplary academic attitude as it houses the University of New Haven, Quinnipiac College, Southern Connecticut State University, as well as Albertus Magnus College for Women, that allows its residents access to the crème of the crop athletic, cultural, historical, teaching and medical facilities.
The enclave culture, independent thinking and rich spirit, New Haven County’s dynamic growth inspires a alluring quality of life due to a strong economic base encompassed with prosperous electronics, manufacturing and service industries. There is no shortage of things to do in New Haven. From the educational visits to the museums and cultural exposure to their theatres to music festivals and entertainment throughout the year, including the ever-popular New Haven Jazz Festival and the unparalleled annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival. Come visit us!