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Quinnipiac University

Introducing The Grove

Our new 417-bed residence hall on the Mount Carmel Campus' South Quad offers an extraordinary living space crafted to encourage strong student community connections.

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What kind of Bobcat are you?

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Our students, faculty, staff and alumni are constantly giving back, innovating and transforming their passions into impact on the world. See how at Quinnipiac Today.
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Recognized Among the Top

A Best National University

U.S. News & World Report names Quinnipiac among the best national universities in the nation.

Best College

The Princeton Review ranks Quinnipiac among the top 388 colleges in the country.

Top College

Forbes recognizes Quinnipiac as one of America's Top Colleges.

Why Quinnipiac?

Our top priority is preparing our students for successful and rewarding careers. By always looking forward and focusing on the future, we have become the #1 university in the nation to land a job after graduation.

97.4% Successful Outcomes

Nearly all Quinnipiac graduates are employed or pursuing advanced education within 6 months after graduating.

#1 Employment

The career site Zippia.com ranked Quinnipiac as the best college in the nation for employment with an employment rate of 96.1% 10 years after graduation — three years in a row.

73% Hands-on Experience

Percentage of seniors who participated in at least one internship during their time at Quinnipiac.

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Get to Know Your Fellow Bobcats

Matt Andrew wears a helmet and racing jacket and looks through the lens of a camera

Matt Andrew ’10

Founder, Frame + Focus Media

As founder of Frame + Focus Media, Matt Andrew ’10 uses his talents and passion to tell stories through video and photography, a passion he honed at Quinnipiac and which has taken him around the world.

Nicole Mawhirter

Nicole Mawhirter ’19, DPT ’22

Physical Therapist, Spear Physical Therapy

Nicole Mawhirter ’19, DPT ’22, pursued the dual-degree program in physical therapy to help her achieve her dream of keeping the next generation of New York City performing artists healthy and strong.

Tania Grgurich

Tania Grgurich

Clinical Professor of Diagnostic Imaging

In a remarkable and rapid turn of events, professor Tania Grgurich stepped forward to become a living kidney donor, saving not only the life of her diagnostic imaging student Samantha Markham ’21, but also the lives of two others.