Jennifer McCaughey ’09, has always had a strong relationship with her grandparents, which inspired her to study gerontology and pushed her into a successful career in healthcare.Read the full story Gerontology alumna returns to present on healthy aging
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Holiday-themed sweaters, hats, and headgear decorated 72 faculty and staff volunteers serving up festive cheer and fine food at the annual graduate, law and medical student holiday dinner.Read the full story Festive cheer fills annual graduate, law and medical student holiday dinner
Lexi Nieto, an accomplished voice actress, popularly known for voicing the main character in the anime series “Tomo-chan Is a Girl,” visited Quinnipiac to speak with students about her successful young career.Read the full story Anime voice actress shares career experience with Bobcats
Residential Life and Housing
We’ve designed our residence halls and campus amenities to be welcoming and supportive spaces where you'll thrive. Learn more about the housing process, residence hall options, move in, and resources like shuttles, dining, and fitness and recreation opportunities.
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Spiritual and Religious Life
At Quinnipiac, people of all religions are welcomed, accepted and encouraged to fully observe their faiths. We have several organizations that offer worship services, counseling and celebratory activities that enable members to live spiritually fulfilling lives.
Athletics and Recreation
Ultimate Frisbee, flag football, hiking Sleeping Giant and skating in our hockey arena are just some of the ways you can stay active throughout the year. Work out in one of the fitness centers located on our 3 campuses, each fully equipped with free weights, weight-lifting and cardio machines. Run on our suspended indoor track, take a group fitness class like Spinning or Zumba, or practice yoga or Pilates with our certified instructors. You can even earn credits while enjoying canoeing and indoor rock climbing.