Live interactive Q&A events
We hosted live sessions throughout April and May to connect you with faculty and students across several of our majors. Sessions were archived and are available for viewing.
Admitted arts and sciences students webinar and Q&A
On March 28, we hosted a live discussion to connect recently admitted members of #BobcatNation with faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences. Participants had the opportunity to hear from and ask questions directly to current students, faculty and administrators about academics, distinctions, internships, career development and student life.
Robert A. Smart, PhD
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Students interacted with Rick DelVecchio, director of career development, during a live Q&A about careers, internships and experiential learning for CAS students.
CAS Academic and Career Advising Support
Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio and Director of Student Advising Jonathan Lee, along with graduate assistants Katie Masler and Matt Saberito, discussed the College of Arts and Sciences’ 360-degree approach, which offers students integrated academic and career advising support.
BS in Economics
Economics faculty, students and alumni answered questions about the economics major and career opportunities.
BA in Game Design and Development
Game design and development faculty and students answered your questions about the program.
BA in Law in Society
Professor Jill Martin answered questions and discussed the law in society major.
Department of Legal Studies
Legal Studies faculty led a discussion about internships opportunties.
BA in Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics held an interactive Q&A for admitted students on April 9.
BA in Theater
Learn about all the ways to get involved in theater at QU! Topics covered included: opportunities to major and minor in theater; double majors in theater and other disciplines; accelerated 3+1 opportunities in theater and graduate studies; participating in theater without being a major or minor; professional mentorship; conservatory, internship, and study aboard opportunities; Main Stage season: plays, musicals, and new play development; signature senior projects; student theater company; alumni success; improv and more!
Accelerated Dual-Degree BA or BS/Juris Doctor (3+3)
Faculty and current students discussed the accelerated dual-degree (3+3) program, allowing you to combine bachelor's and JD degrees in only 6 years.
Career advising and preparation for undeclared students
Admitted students joined Director of Student Advising, Jonathan Lee, and Director of Career Development, Rick DelVecchio, to discuss how undeclared students, from their first semester, begin to explore experiential learning and career possibilities.
Accelerated Dual-Degree BS in Economics/MBA, MS in Accounting, MS in Business Analytics or MS in Journalism (3+1)
Admitted students joined us for an interactive session on the accelerated dual-degree (3+1) programs offered through the economics department, including BS in Economics/MBA, BS in Economics/MS Accounting, BS in Economics/MS Business Analytics and BS in Economics/MS in Journalism.
BA or Minor in Spanish Language and Literature
Admitted students met Spanish majors and minors who discussed interesting professional opportunities to major, double major or minor in Spanish. They also talked about study abroad in Spanish-speaking countries.
Professor Melissa A. Kaplan and current students hosted an interactive Q&A session for admitted students to learn about the Quinnipiac Honors Program.
Natural Sciences Living Learning Community
Admitted student learned about a unique opportunity for first-year housing for students majoring in the natural sciences.
First-year writing at Quinnipiac
Learn more about first-year writing and Quinnipiac's dedication to developing writing skills that you will use both academically and professionally.
Accelerated Dual-Degree BA or BS/Master of Social Work (3+2)
Admitted students had the opportunity to meet some of the MSW faculty and students who talked with them and answer their questions about the opportunities in social work. They discussed benefits of this program, including financial cost savings of receiving an undergraduate and master's degree in five years through this accelerated (3+2) dual-degree program.