At Quinnipiac, college is a living/learning environment. When you enroll, you immediately find yourself immersed in a supportive academic environment that offers a home away from home.

Residential Life
Approximately 4,900 students make up the residential community of Quinnipiac University. Students live in traditional residence halls, suites and apartments on the Mount Carmel Campus, houses and apartments in University owned off-campus properties, and apartment-style residence halls on the York Hill Campus. More about our housing options.

Quinnipiac housing is available for students seeking a comprehensive residential experience. Beginning in their first year with the FYRE program, students will learn about themselves and how to acclimate to new surroundings. Students can also participate in a residential interest community, which allow students a unique, inclusive and exciting living experience. During their sophomore year, SPIN provides a more focused approach to deciding a major and becoming involved on campus. Life on the Hill is a stepping stone to independent living for juniors at the York Hill Campus. The Senior Experience offers programming and housing options that celebrate their four-year experience. Seniors have the convenience of living in University housing while being contributing members in the community surrounding Quinnipiac. More about the residential experience.

Campus Dining
Our Mount Carmel dining hall, located in the Carl Hansen Student Center on the Mount Carmel Campus, is a spacious gathering place for food and conversation — for students and faculty alike. The Bobcat Den, located on Bobcat Way, is another convenient spot to grab a quick meal on the Mount Carmel Campus. Dining options on the York Hill Campus include a full-service dining hall adjacent to a lounge with comfortable seating, flat screen TVs and a fireplace in the Rocky Top Student Center. The North Haven Campus also features a dining hall with seating overlooking the pond as well as picnic tables on the patio.
More about campus dining.

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