Quinnipiac University

School of Health Sciences Facilities and Resources

The past several years have seen major advances in medical treatments, care delivery models and breakthrough research, and a health sciences education must reflect this. Whether you’re a first-year student or a graduate student coming to us with several years of clinical experience, we offer a range of educational and professional resources available to you so that you can keep on top of those advances. Inside our state-of-the-art facilities, you'll hone the skills, confidence and intuition needed to succeed in a constantly moving and evolving setting.

Unveiling the name of our new academic building

A rendering of The SITE academic building at South Quad
The SITE is designed to maximize student-faculty collaboration, exploration

January 22, 2024

Quinnipiac students will soon have the opportunity to prepare for successful careers in a new 137,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art, student-centered academic building designed to promote community and interdisciplinary learning that will be called The SITE, which stands for Science, Innovation, Technology and Exploration.
Get to know The SITE

Cutting-edge centers of study

The Mount Carmel Campus, where undergraduates take the majority of their courses, features our biomechanics lab, athletic training facilities and many other spaces for them to gain hands-on learning early on in their academic journey.

The state-of-the-art Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences building on our North Haven Campus is equipped with some of the finest technology offered in academia, and emulates the fast, interdisciplinary team-based environments you’ll work in one day. The 325,000-square-foot facility includes two operating rooms, a model apartment, high-fidelity simulation suites, a diagnostic imaging suite with MRI, CT and ultrasound scanners, physical therapy, occupational therapy and motion analysis labs, and a Standardized Patient Assessment Center.

Undergraduate and graduate students alike can work in our student- and faculty-led clinics, which provide rehabilitation and other forms of care for patients who normally don’t have access to it. One of these clinics, the Lions Low Vision Center, offers free services and equipment for patients with vision impairments. Here, students get to apply their skills in a live environment while interacting with and treating a broad public.

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Take a tour

Inside our state-of-the-art facilities, you'll hone the skills, confidence and intuition you'll need for success.

Facilities by the Numbers

24 Teaching Laboratories

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

16 Seminar & Team-Study Rooms

These interactive spaces enhance the school’s mission of interprofessional education.

1 Model Apartment

Our model apartment is designed to teach students how to provide care in a residential setting.

First-Rate Facilities

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Enhancing learning experiences

You’ll be proud to make the Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences building the place you transition from student to confident health care professional. Every corner of the 325,000-square-foot facility was designed for collaborative and hands-on learning opportunities and features state-of-the-art equipment designed to take your learning to the next level. These include:

  • 2 operating rooms
  • High-fidelity simulation suites with sophisticated manikins that can be programmed with a variety of medical conditions and illnesses
  • A diagnostic imaging suite, with an MRI, CT and ultrasound scanners
  • Motion Analysis and Biomechanics Lab, as well as an athletic training facility
  • Standardized Patient Assessment Center
  • A model apartment where students learn how to help patients manage daily tasks
  • Physical therapy and occupational therapy labs that are fully equipped with rehabilitation equipment

In keeping with the school’s mission of encouraging lifelong wellness — as well as a work-life balance — the North Haven Campus offers plenty of opportunities for recreation, including outdoor walking trails, a fitness center, and a yoga and meditation room.


Our students have the opportunity to work at some of the country’s most prestigious hospitals, health care organizations and research facilities. Our pathologists’ assistant program alone 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 also have spent their summers doing a clinical rotation with some of the top college and professional athletic programs in the country.

Many 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 Deaconess Medical Center, Boston

  • Gaylord Hospital, Wallingford, Connecticut

  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut

  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York

  • Mount Sinai Beth Israel, New York

  • Reliant Medical Group, Worcester, Massachusetts

Additional Resources

Centers and Institutes

Several university institutes and centers offer dynamic opportunities for health science students to expand their impact, connect with their community and engage in global solidarity programs.

Center for Interprofessional Healthcare Education (CIHE)
The Center for Interprofessional Healthcare Education (CIHE) offers students in the School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and School of Medicine numerous opportunities to develop the team-based skills necessary for facing 21st-century health care challenges.

Quinnipiac University School of Education’s Science Teaching and Learning Center (QUeST LC) is a network of educators collaborating to advance the art of STEM education starting in kindergarten.

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