Quinnipiac University

School of Communications Facilities and Resources

At Quinnipiac you’ll find a nearly unmatched combination of high-touch resources, high-tech facilities and a high-powered location. You’ll find all the resources and opportunities you need to acquire and master the soft skills of professional presentation as well as the special, increasingly technical, hard skills required by employers in the fields of media and communications. You’ll also find a dedicated faculty and staff that will be here to help you every step of the way.

By the Numbers

90 Spaces to Work

iMac media workstations online with our Ross video server.

100+ Video Cameras

The vast majority of our video cameras record in 4K cinema format.

2 Cinema Cameras

RED Scarlet-W cinema cameras capable of 5K image recording.

Open-Air Studio

Communications students standing at the podium of the open-air studio on the Mount Carmel Campus.

Unleash your creativity in a state-of-the-art setting

Quinnipiac’s School of Communications has created a state-of-the-art open-air studio, located in the school’s atrium in the Center for Communications, Computing and Engineering. Chris Roush, dean of the School of Communications, believes the introduction of this studio differentiates Quinnipiac from other institutions and provides a “wow” factor for prospective students.

“The studio gives our students access to the latest technology, and they experience what it’s like to be live on a remote set, which is basically what this set is,” says Roush. “We’re constantly looking to upgrade our technology so our students can hit the ground running when they graduate.”

The new space features advanced technology including remote cameras, touchscreen switching controls and automated audio that is more advanced than many professional media operations. With Sleeping Giant State Park serving as the backdrop, students will be able to work on a variety of projects and gain invaluable experience and knowledge with access to the 16-by-16-foot studio.

School of Communications video tour

School of Communications Tour

On-Campus Opportunities

Three communications students wearing glasses go over edits to the student newspaper

Make a statement

If you're interested in journalism, broadcast news, television, radio, web design, photography, advertising and other disciplines, you don’t have to wait until graduation to get hands-on experience with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities — or the valuable experience that involves collaboration, creativity, judgment, pushing past comfort zones, artistic expression and problem-solving in real time. Our student-run media outlets create a convenient, high-quality, in-house opportunity.

  • The Quinnipiac Chronicle (weekly newspaper and website)
  • Q30 (television station)
  • WQAQ 98.1 FM (radio station)
  • Montage (literary magazine)
  • Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network
  • Summit Yearbook

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