Get to know Quinnipiac — live!

Here, you’ll be able to access a dynamic virtual experience with live interactive presentations and on-demand content about academics, career development and student life within the School of Nursing.

This is in addition to the university-wide content available during the Admitted Student Experience

Live Events

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.

Past events

Admitted nursing students webinar and Q&A

On March 28, we hosted a live discussion to connect recently admitted members of #BobcatNation with faculty from the School of Nursing. 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. 

Lisa G. O'Connor, MSN, EdD
Dean, School of Nursing

Curriculum and experiential learning opportunities 
Katarzyna Lessard, chairperson of the undergraduate nursing program, disucssed the baccalaureate nursing curriculum. In this session, faculty, staff, and student panelists provided information about the courses and experiential learning opportunities at clinical settings as well as within our practice laboratories and simulation center.

Accelerated BS in Nursing

Professors from the Accelerated BS in Nursing program hosted an interactive Q&A session on April 

Admitted students joined Mary Peterson, director of the accelerated nursing program, in an interactive Q&A session on April 22.

Parent session
Parents joined Dean Lisa O’Connor, Preprofessional Program Director Rhea Sanford, and parents of current students and alumni for a session addressing parents' questions about the student advisement model that we use in the School of Nursing and the individualized attention to student success. 

A day in the life of a Quinnipiac nursing student
Admitted students joined students, faculty and staff to learn more about what it is like to be a nursing student at Quinnipiac University. They discussed topics such as our Living Learning Community, the Quinnipiac Student Nurses Association, and extracurricular activities that our students enjoy.

Career development
Admitted students joined Debra Fisher, School of Nursing Assistant Dean of Student Services, to learn about career development services for nursing students. In this session, panelists discussed how nursing students are prepared for internship and employment opportunities. They heard directly from students about the internship experiences that are within the nursing program and how the program prepared them for employment within the nursing profession.

Curriculum and experiential learning opportunities 
Host Katarzyna Lessard, chairperson of the undergraduate nursing program, led a discussion about the bachelor's in nursing curriculum. Faculty, staff, and student panelists provided information about the courses and experiential learning opportunities at clinical settings as well as within our practice laboratories and simulation center.

Study abroad and global engagement opportunities
Join host Professor Teresa Twomey, Associate Professor and Director of Global Nursing Experiences to learn more about the study abroad and other global engagement opportunities for nursing students at Quinnipiac University. In this session, participants were able to speak with students who had semester-long experiences abroad as well as those who participated in shorter faculty-led experiences.

Honors program
Professor Melissa A. Kaplan and current students hosted an interactive Q&A session for admitted students to learn about the Quinnipiac Honors Program.

Open Q&A session
This live interactive Q & A event was dedicated to answering any questions that you might have about your future nursing education at Quinnipiac. In this session, participants had the opportunity to interact with School of Nursing administrators, faculty, staff and students.

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. 

On-Demand Content

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Our unique approach to patient care has distinguished us as the only bachelor's degree program in New England and 1 of only 14 nursing schools in the nation that offer programs endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation. Equally important to our philosophy of holistic care is our commitment to inclusivity within the Quinnipiac community, the surrounding local community and the global community at large.  

Purposefully located within the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, you’ll experience the essential role nurses play in integrated teams as you regularly collaborate with students from other health care programs. The knowledge, instincts and team-based skills you develop in classrooms and labs will be the foundation for your clinical and field work. As your experiences scale, your skills and confidence will reach the levels necessary to handle all the challenges inherent in 21st Century health care.

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Take a tour

The Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences features sophisticated labs and simulation technology that create real-life work settings.

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Why Quinnipiac?

Students share why they chose Quinnipiac School of Nursing.

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From their perspective

Shannon Cardoza '19 has always wanted to be a nurse. Follow her as she shows you what it's like to be a nursing major at Quinnipiac.

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Global perspectives

Nursing students Kristen MacNeil '19 and Sarah McGurrin '19 talk about thier experience studying abroad in Seville, Spain.

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