Quinnipiac is where professors who want to know students by name come to teach, and where students who want a personal, challenging education come to learn. You'll find top-rated academic programs, small classes, state-of-the-art technology and a close-knit community.
Quinnipiac began as a small college in New Haven in 1929 and has grown into a University with eight schools and colleges, including schools of law and medicine.
Under President John L. Lahey, Quinnipiac has been on a path to national prominence, with new construction, more accredited programs and a move to Division I athletics.
Quinnipiac’s three campuses – Mount Carmel, York Hill and North Haven – offer students picturesque scenery and state of the art facilities.
We’re always pleased to welcome friends, alumni, members of the community and other visitors to our beautiful campuses.