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Our videos bring to life some of the best of the Quinnipiac community. Meet some of our talented students, alumni and professors. Take a front-row seat to our championship-winning Division I teams — and experience what it means to be a fan. Be inspired by speakers who share their world-renowned expertise. Join the conversation through one of our interactive Quinnipiac Live! Facebook live streams.

We encourage you to experience the sights and sounds of Quinnipiac by exploring some of our videos below.

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Undergraduate Commencement

Tune in to the live stream below to celebrate with the graduates of the College of the Arts and Sciences and the School of Communications.

Undergraduate Arts and Sciences and Communications Commencement live stream video

Order of Exercises

Prelude: Fanfare and Chorus, Dietrich Buxtehude; Canzon Septimi Toni No. 1, Giovanni Gabrieli.
Two Processional Fanfares, Elgar Howarth; Rigaudon, Andre Campra.
Processional: Pomp and Circumstance, Sir Edward Elgar.
Recessional: Trumpet Tune, Henry Purcell.

Call to Commencement
Mark A. Thompson
Executive Vice President and Provost

National Anthem
Gillian Schuldiner ’19

Judy D. Olian

Conferral of Honorary Degree
Mark Thompson
Judy D. Olian

Reginald Dwayne Betts
Citation: Khalilah Brown-Dean
Associate Professor of Political Science

Commencement Address
Reginald Dwayne Betts

Presentation of Candidates for Degrees and Awards

  • Robert Smart, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Terry Bloom, Interim Dean, School of Communications

Conferral of Degrees
Judy D. Olian

Response of the Class of 2019

  • Filomena Lucia Stabile, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Ryan Muscato, School of Communications

Alumni Welcome
Stamatios Bizanis ’91


A drone flies over the College of Arts and Sciences on our Mount Carmel Campus

Higher perspective

Student interns in the university's Integrated Marketing Communications office deploy drones above our campuses to capture our facilities' picturesque beauty while also learning the latest techniques and strategies that will keep them flying above the curve of rapidly changing media industries.

Featured Video

International business program pays major dividends

Our microlending program offers our School of Business students a real-world, hands-on application of what they are learning in the classroom to help small-business owners realize their dreams.

Launched a decade ago in Nicaragua, the students go out in the community, meet with the applicants, evaluate the business and loan proposals, and then decide which loans will be awarded.

With a repayment rate exceeding 90%, the School of Business is looking to come a bit closer to home to help small-business owners and entrepreneurs throughout Connecticut.


Skills to impact your community

Taking part in a Presidential Public Service Fellowship as part of his criminal justice major, Tymothee Kelley-Anderson '18 developed real-world experience and a unique perspective on what he wanted to devote his life to doing.

Alumna lives dream as host at ESPN

Molly Qerim, MS '08, credits our master's in broadcast journalism program with helping her hone high-level technical and on-air skills, as well as the confidence she needed to thrive as the face of ESPN’s “First Take."

Develop a global perspective

Our School of Health Sciences offers the only diagnostic imaging or radiography program in the United States that enables its students to go abroad and complete clinical hours as part of their program.


A video production assistant capturing the scene, with the subjects in the background.

A moment in time

David Compito '16, MS '18, captures a scene during a recording of the yearly holiday video, featuring the Quinnipiac Legends a capella group, as part of his video production internship.

Student Experience

Finding her roots across the world

Brianna Cervizzi '17 learned about where she came from as she studied for four months in Spain.

A sea of opportunity

Our newest students had the opportunity to learn more about and join some of our more than 150 student groups and organizations.