Parents and Families Update: February 2024

Semester in Full Swing

February 15, 2024

Rendering of exterior of new residence hall on South Quad

We are now entering week four of classes along with university clubs and organizations in full swing for optimal student engagement.

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By Tom Ellett
Chief Experience Officer

We are now entering week four of classes along with university clubs and organizations in full swing for optimal student engagement.

Athletic games are seeing record crowds in many sports, and the new baseball field is almost complete and ready for the first game in a few weeks. When I arrived at Quinnipiac three years ago during COVID, I often wondered what the “feel for spirit” was on the campus. Three years later, it is clear to feel the pride students have for being Bobcats. At the men’s home ice hockey games, I visit the student section and toss Quinnipiac shirts into the audience, it never ceases to amaze me how excited students get for the chance to catch the extra swag.

In the coming weeks, religious holidays will begin and/or will be celebrated. We have finalized our interviews for the newly created position of director of spiritual well-being and hope to announce that person in the coming weeks. In the meantime, there are several other announcements in religious life at QU; Ramadan is next month, and we have worked with the Muslim Student Association to ensure halal food will be served seven days a week after sunset. Jewish Life will now report to Student Affairs and will continue its traditional Shabbat dinner on Fridays along with preparation for the Passover. Catholic life has now fallen under the jurisdiction of the Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish, and we offer masses every Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Mount Carmel Campus’ chapel. We have new chaplains as well, two Franciscan sisters from Meriden will be here weekly to support programs for our students. We will continue to investigate a variety of faith-based support systems for students who practice other religious traditions not currently served through our chaplains.

The Grove residence hall is well on its way to being ready for this upcoming fall, more than 400 students will be assigned to live there. We are excited that it will be a “mixed-class” hall, housing up to 100 upper-class students and 300 first-year students. The students selected will not have to go through room selection, as they can choose their roommate or a single room as a member of the mentor program. I would highly encourage family members to speak with their student. This is a tremendous opportunity to gain more leadership skills, mentor another student and enjoy living in this world-class new building. Mentors need to apply for this volunteer opportunity by February 22.

As always, should you have any questions or need guidance on assisting your student with an issue, please feel free to contact us at



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Students transitioning to graduate school at Quinnipiac

Accelerated dual-degree and dual-degree students

Congratulations! Your student has almost completed their undergraduate education here at Quinnipiac. We have been meeting with students to assist them in planning for and making the transition to their graduate program in the summer/fall.

In the fall semester, Graduate Admissions held the initial Transition to Graduate School meeting with students. Katie Ludovico, senior associate director of graduate admissions, explained the admissions process to students and shared the “Transition to Grad School” form, which serves as their application to graduate school at Quinnipiac.

As we kicked off the spring semester, we have begun meeting with students to complete the Transition to Graduate School meetings. These meetings have been scheduled in collaboration with their program directors and/or schools and our Graduate Financial Aid and Graduate Student Affairs team.

During this second meeting, the students learn about graduate services, graduate engagement opportunities and graduate housing from Graduate Student Affairs. Graduate Financial Aid shares in-depth information on how to finance their graduate education including the costs, timelines and paperwork. All students who attend this session can access the handouts on Blackboard under the Organization section they have been invited to join. This allows them to easily share that information with you. These situations were conducted by Heather Hamilton, director of graduate financial aid, and Gina Frank, dean of graduate student affairs.

In addition, we are excited to share that each student who will be joining our graduate community will receive an academic cord to designate them as a dual degree student and will be entering our graduate programs as life-long learners.

The dates of the upcoming meetings:

  • Thursday, February 15: MSBA/MSA

  • Monday, February 19: MCB

  • Monday, February 19: MAT

  • Wednesday, February 21: MBA

  • Thursday, February 22: MSW

  • Monday, February 26: MAT

  • Tuesday, February 27: AMIL

  • Thursday, February 29: MAT

  • Monday, March 4: Computer science and cybersecurity

What’s new from Student Experience and Engagement

Encourage your students to attend the Student Government’s annual “State of the QUnion” on Wednesday, February 21 at 4 p.m. in CCE-101. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions to Quinnipiac leadership, including President Olian. For more information, follow @qusga on Instagram.

We are just over one month away from QTHON! Registration is still open for your Bobcat to join a team, fundraise and participate on March 23. QTHON is our yearlong student-run philanthropy that raises funds and awareness for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. This is one of many ways to get involved and find a community at Quinnipiac.

Earlier this month, the Quinnipiac Legends A Capella student organization placed second in the Varsity Vocals ICCA Northeast Quarterfinals, advancing to the semifinals in March!

The Office of Student Engagement is available to meet 1 on 1 with students looking to get more involved this semester. Students can contact us through email ( or stop by the Department of Campus Life in the Carl Hansen Student Center room 202.

What’s new from Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL)

Spring Recruitment is underway. There are lots of opportunities to join a fraternity or sorority this semester. If your Bobcat wants to find their home away from home, establish a community of peers with similar values, participate in service/philanthropy events, and have fun, feel free to direct them our way for information about joining.

On February 1, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL) partnered with the Office of Inclusive Excellence to bring Lawrence Ross to campus as part of the Critical Conversations series. He spoke with several leaders in the fraternity and sorority community about ways to make our organizations more inclusive.

From February 22-24, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life will be taking almost 30 students to Hartford for the annual Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) conference. This conference invests in fraternity and sorority leaders through a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.

Save the date: our 10th annual Greek Week will be held from April 8-12. Our signature events include lip sync and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life’s Got Talent. There will be many more events throughout the week as well.

Questions about Fraternity and Sorority Life

If your Bobcat wants to find their home away from home, establish a community of peers with similar values, participate in service/philanthropy events, and have fun, feel free to direct them our way for information about joining. There’s so much coming up in the fraternity and sorority community; if your Bobcat is interested in joining us, please don’t hesitate to reach out. All questions can be directed to or asked via Instagram @qufsl.

Learn more about Fraternities and Sororities

Health, Wellness and Recreation

Student Health Services

Quinnipiac’s Student Health Services partnered with Hartford HealthCare to help you feel your best. We are located on campus and ready to help with your medical needs.

Learn more and schedule a health services appointment


Counseling Services

The Office of Counseling Services provides a range of clinical services and mental health support at no cost to undergraduate and graduate students — including evaluations, individual counseling and group therapy.

Mental Health First Aid Trainings and Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) suicide-prevention training offered to students and faculty for the remainder of the semester.

Learn more about counseling services

Fitness and Recreation

Students should follow these Instagram accounts for up-to-date hours, programs and incentives:


RecWell saw the most weekly visits during the first week of the Spring Semester with nearly 13,000 taps! And Pilates is the “in” fitness class on campus. We cannot get enough!

Outdoor trips are sold-out for the spring semester:

  • Ski and snowboard at Powder Ridge

  • West Coast hiking in San Francisco, California

  • Alpaca Farm visit in Voluntown, Connecticut

  • Whitewater rafting in Mills River, Massachussetts

  • Book Barn trip in Niantic, Connecticut

Upcoming Events:

  • Women’s wellness nights in the RecWell February 28, March 20 and April 24

  • Club ice hockey AAU D1 Nationals March 6-10 in Westchester, Pennsylvania

  • eSports MAAC championships March 13-16 in Atlantic City, New Jersey

  • Upcoming fitness certifications on campus: Spinning®, yoga, Pilates

  • Wellness Weekend Abroad: February 23-25 with students studying in Cork, Ireland and March 1-3 with students studying in Seville, Spain

  • Don’t forget to attend our weekly Wellness Wednesday event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the RecWell lobby for education, activities and give-a-ways around boosting your overall wellbeing.

Free Fitness Classes

Classes are offered year-round on all three campuses, including Spinning, body sculpting, Zumba, Bootcamp, Core Conditioning, yoga and Pilates.

Spring free group fitness classes begin on Sunday, January 28 and will run 7 days a week on all 3 campuses. Students can sign up for a class 24 hours prior to its start time on or on the RecWell app.

Spring will include some on campus fitness instructor trainings and certifications. For questions and dates email:

Sign up for classes on the RecWell website

See the full schedule and register for classes

Visit the RecWell website


RecWell Regular Facility Hours

Monday - Thursday: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Friday: 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

York Hill Campus Fitness Center Hours

Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Wellness Wednesdays

Wellness Wednesdays begin on Wednesday, January 24 and occur every week from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the RecWell lobby. Students receive an email each Wednesday which connects with weekly topic and includes relevant resources, articles and programs.

Upcoming Events

  • 2024 Vision Board workshop: Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 5 p.m. in RWA 218. Sign up on the RecWell website or on the RecWell app.
  • Students should follow @quwellness on Instagram for programs and information around all dimensions of wellbeing.
  • Wellness Weekend Abroad will be happening in Cork, Ireland February 23-25 and in Seville, Spain on March 1-3 for all the students studying abroad in those locations. Information has been sent out, however, students can email for specifics and with questions to:
  • Eight upcoming Mental Health First Aid Training sessions have been offered to the QU Community to increase mental health initiatives across campus.


Quinnipiac men's basketball's home contest versus Fairfield scheduled for Friday, February 23 in Hamden will be televised live on ESPNU.

The Bobcats and the Stags will continue conference play on national television from M&T Bank Arena on February 23 at 9 p.m. Students should check their email for information about tickets. There is no cost to students for home games.

Housing and Residential Life Updates

The Office of Housing is excited to announce the Sophomore and Junior Housing Selection Processes for the 2024-2025 academic year. Your student can participate by logging in to MyHousing to sign the housing contract and pay the housing reservation fee.

As a reminder, undergraduate students are required to live in Quinnipiac housing for their first three years.

Housing contracts are due on March 22, and every student who completes a contract will receive a housing selection number and a date/time when they can select a space either individually or as a member of a roommate group. The Office of Housing is offering students the opportunity to form mixed-gender groups and participate in a Gender-Inclusive Housing Selection process that will take place on April 3 and April 8.

Junior Housing Selection: April 4-5

Junior housing options include Crescent, Westview, Townhouses and Whitney Village.

Sophomore Housing Selection: April 9-10

Sophomore housing options include The Hill, The Village, Sahlin, Bakke, Founders, Larson, Perlroth, and Crescent.

We are also offering three living-learning communities that are open to sophomore students: Live Well, Multicultural and Unity.

Accommodations and questions

Students who may need to request medical accommodations for housing must do so by March 1 to be considered prior to the regular housing selection processes.

If you have any questions about the housing selection process, our staff are available in the Office of Housing in the Student Affairs Center behind the Bobcat Den. We are open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are also available as follows:

Dining Updates


The Mount Carmel Dining Hall is supporting our Muslim students during Ramadan with halal meals at Delicious Without Station throughout 7 days a week.

Hours of Operation and Menus

The dineoncampus website contains the most up-to-date information about hours.
Visit the DineonCampus website

Spring Break Schedule:

  • Cafe Q

    • March 8: 7:15 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

    • March 9-16: Closed

    • March 17: 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

  • Starbucks

    • March 8: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00pm

    • March 9-17: Closed

  • Bobcat Den

    • March 9-16: Closed

    • March 17: 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

  • York Hill Cafe

    • March 8: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    • March 9-16: Closed

    • March 17: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

  • North Haven Outtakes: Open 24/7

  • North Haven Café: March 8-17: Closed

Normal hours of operation resume on March 18, 2024.

Easter Weekend Schedule:

  • Cafe Q: March 29-31: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Starbucks: March 28: Close at 4 p.m.

  • March 29-31: Closed

  • Au Bon Pain Express: March 29-31: Closed

  • Bobcat Den: March 29-31: Closed

  • North Haven Cafe: March 29-31: Closed

  • North Haven Outtakes: March 29-31: 24/7 Open

  • York Hill Cafe: March 29-31: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Shake Smart: March 29-31: Closed

Dietary Accomodations

Learn more about how Dining Services accommodates students with dietary restrictions and allergies

Meal Plans

Please encourage your student to regularly check their meal point balances on Transact and compare it to the week-by-week budget guideline which shows a suggested balance week-by-week throughout the semester. Find information about how to access Transact and view the week-by-week budget guidelines on the Meal Plan Budgets and Staying on Track page of our website.

  • Too many points? Students who have more points than the budget recommends can use their points until the end of the spring term. Alternatively, they can transfer their points to another student or participate in the food and beverage bulk purchase program that is announced toward the end of the term.

  • Too few points? Students who have fewer points than the budget recommends can negotiate a transfer of points from another student, supplement with QCash or use a credit card.

  • More Tips: All students are offered a receipt at check out in the dining halls. Students should review their receipt to stay informed about how they are spending their points.

Learn more about our meal plans, how to check balances, transfer points and more on the Meal Plan Budgets and Staying on Track page of our website.

What’s new from Religious Life

The Hereld House for Jewish Life is alive and loud with student musings and Mitzvah projects. On February 9, students and their friends made dry soup packets for homebound people living with AIDS.

We average approximately 23 students per shabbat – this includes our Jewish students who frequently bring friends. Everyone is looking forward to spring. If I can be of any help or service to any parent or student, reach out to me at or 203-582-8206. I will reach back as soon as I can. I hope everyone’s spring brings personal rejuvenation, and the world gets closer to Peace.

With much Shalom, rabbi Reena Judd

International Students and Scholars

Visit us in our new space

The Office of International Students and Scholars has moved! Come visit our new space in the Arnold Bernhard Library, suite ABSL-111. Students will enter the suite via ABLS-121, across from One Stop.

F-1 international students completing their degree in May 2024 are eligible to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization on or after February 20, 2024. Students must first submit an application in the ISS Portal to receive a new I-20 with OPT recommendation and then they apply online to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). USCIS approval takes 2-4 months, so it is very beneficial to apply early.

Please note that the USCIS filing fee for the I-765 Application for Employment Authorization (OPT and STEM OPT authorization) will increase from $410 to $470 as of April 1, 2024. OISS recommends eligible F-1 students file early to avoid the higher fee.

Non-residents in the U.S. are legally required to file a tax return if you received U.S. income during 2023 by the April 15, 2024 deadline. International students physically present in the U.S. in 2023 are still obligated to file a Form 8843 with the IRS even if they didn’t work or receive income. Quinnipiac has arranged access to Sprintax, a tax-preparation software for international students and scholars. Information regarding the tax-filing obligation is sent to F-1/J-1 students visa email through the spring term.

Graduating students can purchase a Quinnipiac-branded flag sash to wear at commencement on the Vision Wear website using the coupon QUINNIPIAC2024. All orders for free shipping must be received by midnight on April 17.


Global Engagement

Our office has moved

The Office of Global Engagement has moved! We will now be in the Arnold Bernhard Library, suite ABSL-111. Students will enter the suite via ABLS-121, across from One Stop.

Learn more about global opportunities

Study abroad can be done during a semester, academic year, or winter/summer session. Info sessions about these programs are about one hour long and are normally held at that start of each semester, and contain necessary information of where you can study, when is the best time for you to go, financial structure, and important policies and procedures put forth by Quinnipiac with regards to study abroad. Info sessions are required to attend or watch the recording before applying to go abroad. Link to sessions for Faculty-Led or Semester Abroad.

One Stop Office (Student Administrative Services)

One Stop provides seamless and integrated student administrative services throughout the entire student life cycle. One Stop includes cross-functional student solutions for:

  • records and enrollment services

  • managing student finances

  • parking and transportation services

(One Stop works closely with and can provide preliminary information about financial aid, Q-Cards, housing and dining. Advanced registrar functions such as degree conferrals, Dean’s List and diplomas are administered through the Registrar.)


By this time in the term, all students should have resolved their balance. A balance is considered resolved when the student has paid in full, signed up for a payment plan or has sufficient financial aid to cover the balance. Students who do not resolve their balance will have a hold placed on their account. Accounts with holds will have late fees applied at the beginning of March. In addition, participation in the upcoming registration period for Summer and Fall 2024 is not possible for students with holds on their accounts. Please visit the Resolve a Balance Due page of our website to learn how to check if your student has a balance and how to resolve it.

Tax Season

As required by the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS"), Form 1098-T is mailed by January 31 to all students who had qualified tuition and other related educational expenses paid during the previous calendar year.

The information reported on Form 1098-T is intended to help students evaluate their eligibility for education tax assistantships as part of their federal income tax return. While it is a good starting point, the 1098-T, as designed and regulated by the IRS, does not contain all of the information needed to claim a tax credit. It is up to each taxpayer to determine eligibility for the credits and how to calculate them. IRS Publication 970 "Tax Benefits for Higher Education" as well as Chapter 35 of IRS Publication 17 provide additional information on these credits.

1098-T forms also are available through Self-Service when students login using their Quinnipiac credentials. Click on Tax Information and select 1098 Information to access 1098-T statements.

Please reference the following for assistance as needed:

Should you have additional questions that may not be addressed above, please contact One Stop at If your questions are about financial aid, please contact

Learn more about One Stop

Office of the Registrar (Academic Enrollment and Course Schedules)

Registration for summer and fall classes is approaching. Graduate and Law students will register starting the week of March 25, and undergraduate students will register on their assigned day and time in April. Students will receive an email at their Quinnipiac email address with their appointment times.

Students should only log into the Self Service with one device. Logging in with multiple devices can cause a system overload.

Before registering for summer and fall classes, students should work with their faculty adviser to plan their degree path within Stellic. Students can see their faculty adviser on the Stellic profile.

To register for courses, student will use Self-Service.

Students should check for any holds that may prevent them from registering. Students should work with the appropriate office to resolve them before their registration date.

If students are not returning to Quinnipiac, they should complete a leave of absence or withdrawal form.

Student should update address, cellphone, and other contact information under your user profile in Self-Service.

Additional registration period:

  • April 8-19: Open registration for all current students at all academic levels to register for summer and/or fall courses

  • April 29-May 21: Open registration for summer and fall courses

  • May 27-July 9: Open registration for summer II

  • May 27-August 30: Open registration for fall courses

Graduating Students

Commencement information can be found on the Commencement site. Students should verify their anticipated date of completion at their Stellic account. If dates need to be adjusted, please email

Learn more about the Registrar

Parking, Shuttles and Transportation



This is a reminder that all students should park their vehicles in the garages and lots associated with their parking permit. Failure to do so will result in a ticket or tow. Learn more about parking, permits and parking locations on the parking page.

Inclement Weather

Students should be vigilant and regularly check their email for parking advisories throughout the term, but especially when inclement weather is expected. These advisories will notify students where to park when storms are expected. The York Hill and North Haven parking garages are the preferred parking locations in inclement weather. As the garages fill, students will be advised to park in specific surface lots and may be asked to move their vehicles to other surface lots as the storm subsides so that each lot can be cleared.


For more information about shuttles (schedule, hours and stops), visit the shuttles page at

Student Conduct

Some key things we’d like for parents and families to be aware of:

  • Defend the Den – This is a student-led, bystander intervention initiative whose mission is to empower students to speak up in challenging situations and foster a kinder campus culture together. By increasing bystander awareness, we create a more positive and inclusive community where Bobcats can rely on each other. Students are encouraged to participate in trainings, and there are opportunities for leadership roles with Defend the Den. Learn more by visiting the Defend the Den webpage

  • Promoting Responsible Action in Health and Safety Emergencies – This important policy at Quinnipiac encourages students to seek help for themselves or their peers in situations where a student is at risk due to intoxication from alcohol or other drugs. Any circumstances when a person is intoxicated to the extent they are unconscious, unresponsive, or vomiting is a potential life-threatening medical emergency. When students take the responsible action of calling for help, neither the intoxicated student nor the student making the call are addressed through the student conduct process. Learn more in the university handbook 

  • Suspended and Unrecognized Student Organizations – If your student makes the decision to join a student organization, please talk to them about the organization, and find out about the mission and values of the organization. All recognized student clubs and organizations, fraternities/sororities, and interest groups will be listed on Do You QU. If you have a question or concern, please contact the university. There are inherent risks associated with joining any organization that is not recognized or sponsored by the university, as they do not follow the same expectations or safety standards as recognized organizations.

  • Hazing – Joining any student organization should be a positive, safe, and encouraging experience. All hazing behavior is prohibited at Quinnipiac University and is illegal. Please talk to your student about hazing, and if you learn that they are experiencing hazing, do not hesitate to report your concerns to the university. You can access all reporting forms at In any emergency, please call Public Safety at 203-582-6200. For more information, please see the policy statement on Hazing in the handbook

Community, Assessment, Response and Evaluation (CARE) Team

The Quinnipiac CARE Team is here to support students navigating health and wellness, behavioral or situational concerns. One in three first year students received support from this team last academic year and there are staff all across the university community that are prepared to help students! If you are concerned about a Quinnipiac student, more information about how to submit a CARE referral can be found on the CARE webpage

Graduating Students

Information on Commencement 2024 can be found on the Commencement website. This website will be updated with information throughout the semester as we lead into Commencement weekend.

All eligible graduates receive emails from Please encourage your graduate to check their inbox for these emails.

We receive a lot of questions about ceremony tickets. Information about registering for Commencement tickets will go out to all eligible graduates later this semester and information on tickets can also be found on the Commencement website.

The Commencement Committee hosts a variety of life skills workshops throughout the semester. Entitled the #Adulting series, workshops include Easy Finance Hacks for Your Life, The Absolute Beginners Guide to Meal Prepping, Basic Sewing Skills, Controlling Your Digital Presence and more. All graduates receive information on the workshops and how to register. See the full schedule and register. Please encourage your graduate to attend these worthwhile workshops.

Parents and Family Leadership Council

Show your Bobcat pride: Join the Quinnipiac Parents and Family Leadership Council!

Interested in joining? As members of the Parents and Families Leadership Council, we invite you to directly engage in and join a partnership focusing on the continued success of Quinnipiac. As a member, you will be invited to two meetings per academic year with university leadership and fellow council members, receive exclusive parent email updates and have the opportunity to attend many invitation-only receptions, including parent and family networking and social events. Members receive multiple opportunities to meet, advise and network with university leadership and administration, deans, faculty, staff and fellow families.

While each family customizes their experience to meet their family needs, the only requirement to join is a desire to help make a difference with an annual leadership gift in support of the university’s priorities and initiatives.

Benefits of joining the Quinnipiac Parents and Family Leadership Council:

  • To serve as ambassadors for the students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents of Quinnipiac University through engagement, career development, and philanthropy

  • Presentations by administration, faculty, staff and others about how your student can maximize their QU experience

  • Invitations to special receptions with Bobcat families, President Olian, and university leadership

  • Ambassadors for new Bobcat families, and promote parent involvement & support of university initiatives

  • Host or attend regional or on-campus events

  • Special Commencement benefits

Complete your application today

For more information on how to get involved, please contact:

Aimee Marcella
Director of development for parents and families

Learn more and get involved in Parents and Family Leadership Council

Additional Resources

Join the conversation

Parents of current students have created an independent Facebook group — Quinnipiac University Families Helping Families — designed to help other current parents and families.

Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce launches app to showcase what is happening off campus

As you plan your visit to Quinnipiac, check out the recently launched Hamden community app, Hello Hamden This app features news, events and pertinent information about what is going on in the Hamden area. Download the app


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