b'Higher EducationEvans Hall, Yale School of MedicineQuinnipiac University Chuck Choi/Yale University Mimi DudleyGreater New Havens colleges and universitiesconstructing the Bergami Center for Science, continue to be major employers in the region,Technology, and Innovation, a 44,000-square-with approximately 30,000 employees. However,foot, three-story building to house engineering the economic impact of these institutions goesand science labs, a 3D visualization technology far beyond employment. Partnerships betweensuite, collaborative classrooms, and space for industry and colleges are resolving some of thethe Communication, Film, and Media Studies most pressing workforce issues in the region. InDepartment. addition to robust offerings in the healthcare andIn 2017, Yale College opened two additional bioscience sectors, both public and private collegesresidential colleges that will increase enrollment are working with Workforce Alliance to build theby 800 students by 2021. Yale is also investing hospitality and manufacturing workforce pipelines. $150 million in the Schwarzman Center, a space The education sector also contributes todedicated to cultural programming and student life the regions economic vitality through continuedat the center of the university. investment. The University of New Haven is currently College & University InformationINSTITUTION TOTAL ENROLLMENT PHONE NUMBERYale University 12,974 203-432-4771Southern Connecticut State University 10,202 203-392-SCSU or 888-500-SCSUQuinnipiac University 10,200 203-582-8200Gateway Community College 7,015 203-285-2000University of New Haven 6,984 203-932-7000 or 800-DIAL-UNHMiddlesex Community College 2,682 860-343-5800Albertus Magnus 1,464 203-773-8550 or 800-578-9160Paier College of Art 79 203-287-3031Total 51,600Source: College Navigator, December 201861'