Thanks for the memories, Class of 2022
May 11, 2022
May 11, 2022
You took a major leap into college during your Orientation, when you met your future professors, advisers and made your first Bobcat friendships.
You celebrated important university milestones, including the 9th presidential inauguration at Quinnipiac.
You studied and explored various cultures in cities around the world — and throughout the United States, including Quinnipiac University in Los Angeles and Quinnipiac University in Washington, D.C.
You rolled up your sleeves and committed to making the world a better place — kicking off your medical school education at the annual White Coat Ceremony, and receiving your first stethoscope.
You celebrated the opening of On the Rocks Pub & Grill, a student-led initiative, complete with gaming tables, a stage for a variety of performances and multiple taps.
You adapted to the times and worked diligently to keep yourself — and those around you — healthy in unprecedented times.
You embraced new technologies, like the introduction of Zoom carts, throughout the three campuses, and were nimble and resilient throughout the process.
You stepped up to the plate, and didn't skip a beat — continuing to study hard and create a rich student experience in the most unusual of times (to say the least).
You devoted your time to learning about and supporting other cultures and societies — including at a variety of multicultural and inclusive events and banquets, like this culinary-focused Black History Month event.
You took moments to celebrate your time together at a variety of formal and informal mindfulness events on and around our campuses.
You reached new heights and reflected on your journey to getting there.
You balanced your studies with a lot of fun — making time for the connections and friendships that matter and memories that will last a lifetime.
You rolled up your sleeves and made a difference, giving thousands of hours of community service across Hamden, North Haven, New Haven — and beyond.
You raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support various philanthropic causes throughout the state — including at the annual QTHON dance marathon that raises money for Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
You got involved in the university's hundreds of student-run clubs and organizations — each making a positive difference in our Bobcat family and broader world.
You studied and connected with friends around our campuses, including at the firepits installed on the Quad during your time at the university.
You laughed. You shared positive energy. You supported each other — and all of us.
You brought your enthusiasm daily — and let loose at events like Student Programming Board's annual Fall Fest.
You came together through inclusive community events like the holiday Quad lighting — complete with caroling, cookies and cocoa.
You were part of new traditions — like outdoor watch parties.
You mastered the latest technology and then put it to the test — through practical implementations.
Your cheered on our 21 Divison I sports to exciting wins and thrilling post season victories.
You celebrated the reintroduction of in-person theater. “Three Sisters” by Anton Chekhov, was performed by students during the Fall 2022 semester.
You celebrated great academic and professional accomplishments with your friends, families, professors and advisers — including this year's residency Match Day.
Your harnessed your skills and attended career fairs and other professional enrichment events.
You came together to celebrate with your fellow graduates a successful, memorable and amazing collegiate experience at Commencement Fair.
You aimed true for your goals, whether they were academic, professional or just for fun with your friends at events like Spring Fest.
You celebrated our planet by organizing and participating in a variety of Earth Day activities and events each year.
You honored the successes of your peers at annual celebrations, like the School of Law annual BBQ.
You took your Commencement photos with your friends on the Quad and prepared to take the big walk across the steps of the Arnold Bernhard Library.
You accomplished so much, and we could not be any more proud. Here's to you!
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