Quinnipiac is a private, coeducational university on the East Coast of the United States, nestled between New York and Boston. We offer a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate programs to approximately 6,000 undergraduate and 2,700 graduate, law and medical students, with an emphasis on hands-on learning and working opportunities. We have an active student life, with more than 140 student-led interest groups, as well as Division I sports teams, club and intramural sports, and a full range of recreation and fitness activities for every skill level. Our alumni around the world work in diverse industries, from healthcare to journalism to engineering to video production. Your opportunities have no borders.
We're excited that you are here to learn more. Explore information and resources about the university below, and connect with us any time.
Learn more and apply to study at Quinnipiac
Recently admitted to Quinnipiac?
Congratulations and welcome!
Our International Student Services office assists newly accepted and current students with a range of services, including visas, work authorization, travel guidance, as well as providing connection, cultural events and resources to navigate life at Quinnipiac and in the US.
We’re located in the heart of scenic New England
Quinnipiac’s 3 campuses are nestled in the heart of New England, offering scenic and seasonal landscapes and easy access to major cities, boasting amazing outdoor recreation, museums, art, culture, theater and shopping.
The Mount Carmel Campus in Hamden, at the foot of Sleeping Giant State Park, is the hub of undergraduate academic and student life, offering classrooms and labs, our Arnold Bernhard Library, dining halls and several residence halls.
The York Hill Campus in Hamden offers residential facilities, a student center with a dining hall and fitness area, and the M&T Bank Arena, home of our ice hockey, basketball, and acrobatics and tumbling teams.
The North Haven Campus in North Haven houses the School of Education, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Law, the School of Nursing and the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine. The buildings were purposefully designed with state-of-the-art teaching facilities to promote interdisciplinary learning opportunities.
Drive time from Quinnipiac:
Boston: 2 hours
New York City: 2 hours
Philadelphia: 3.5 hours
Washington, D.C.: 6 hours
Get to know Quinnipiac
Explore our academic programs
Through innovative academics, an emphasis on the professions and a unique model for experiential learning, we create extraordinarily well-prepared professionals who enjoy bold and exciting careers.
Not quite sure what you might study? Reach out to our admissions office and we'll help you explore your options. When you arrive, you'll be assigned an academic adviser to assist you with all your course planning.
Access a range of support services
While home may be far away, Quinnipiac prides ourselves on providing a full range of support for every student. These are some of the most common ones you may be wondering about, and our Internationa Student Admissions and International Student Services office is here to provide personalized international student support.
Have Questions? Contact Us
Office of International Students and Scholars
(For current students)