Centers and Resources


Leading technology that work to develop the next generation of health care industry leaders

Whether you are a freshman or a graduate student with years of health care experience, you’ll be impressed and excited by the unparalleled resources available to you.

Featured Facilities

First-rate facilities enhance a top-notch learning experience

You’ll be proud to call the state-of-the-art Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences your home-away-from-home as you transition from student to confident health care professional. Completed in 2013, every corner of the futuristic 325,000-square-foot facility was designed for collaborative and hand-on learning opportunities. An operating room suite, 3-D workstations, an expanded health sciences library, a 300+ seat auditorium, and a suite of life-size patient simulators will take your learning to the next level.

In keeping with the school's mission of encouraging lifelong wellness, the North Haven Campus offers opportunities for recreation, including outdoor walking trails, a fitness center and a yoga and meditation room.

Images of the Master of Health Sciences: Anesthesiologist Assistant program at Quinnipiac University. Instructors and students work in the simulated operating room on the North Haven Campus. November 6:: 2013.

Life-saving skills

An anesthesiologist assistant student tries a new technique in one of the simulated operating rooms on the North Haven campus.

By The Numbers


Teaching Laboratories

These cutting-edge facilities include a motion analysis lab, a rehabilitative sciences lab, an intensive care unit, and a neonatal lab.


Seminar and Team-study Rooms

These interactive spaces enhance the school’s mission of inter-professional education.


Model Apartment

Teaching students how to provide care in a residential setting


Coast-to-coast connections

Our students have the opportunity to work at some of the country’s most prestigious hospitals and health care organizations. Our pathology assistant program features one year of classroom learning followed by a clinical year at one of approximately 15 partnering institutions, which include the Mayo Clinic, UCLA, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and the Yale-New Haven Hospital. Our athletic training students get their game on by spending their summers doing a clinical rotation with some of the top college football programs in the country, including Stanford, Rutgers, Holy Cross and the University of Tennessee.

Most of our other programs have dozens of clinical affiliations in Connecticut and the rest of the Northeast corridor. Students have recently been placed in the following medical centers: 


  • Beth Israel Medical Center, New York
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Boston
  • Gaylord Hospital, Wallingford, Connecticut
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York
  • Reliant Medical Group, Worcester, Massachusetts

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