Extraordinary things happen here
Using resources of our schools of nursing, health sciences and medicine, the university recently delivered medical supplies to health care professionals throughout the state, including approximately 30,000 surgical and non-surgical gloves, 480 surgical and N95 masks, 400 gowns, 250 shoe covers and 40 bottles of hand sanitizer.
Kaleigh Oates ’20 and her roommates, who live in a private home, quickly rolled up their sleeves and reached out to their older and immunocompromised Hamden neighbors to offer to pick up groceries and prescriptions. They're currently working to help more than a dozen neighbors.
Together we are #BobcatStrong!
Quinnipiac ranks among top 3% of universities for long-term value
Quinnipiac is a national leader for long-term return on investment at the 40-year mark, providing graduates with strong earnings potential for decades after they collect their diploma, according to the first-of-its-kind study by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
The same report also ranked Quinnipiac in the top 100 for its graduates’ median 10-year earnings at $63,300 a year.
The Georgetown study comes on the heels of a 2019 study by career site Zippia that named Quinnipiac the top university in the nation for employment after enrollment. The study analyzes the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard data and focuses on the highest listed job placement figures after graduation.Learn more