To follow up on her exceptional undergraduate experience, Priyal Patel ’23, intends to apply to Quinnipiac’s School of Health Sciences to earn her master’s in health science as a Physician’s Assistant (PA).
Three teams of student entrepreneurs looking to launch their businesses, with help from Quinnipiac’s pilot summer accelerator program, received valuable insight from American business marketing guru Seth Godin on June 2.
When Chris Ryan, ’20 OTD, decided to pursue a post-professional occupational therapy doctorate, he went looking for a program that would allow him to develop as an agent of change, and found Quinnipiac.
Dedicated to providing students with the skills and experiences to be positive change agents in their community and the world, the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac offers several opportunities yearly to get involved.
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.
Dining halls on each of our campuses offer tastes of both the global and the familiar, with ingredients that are fresh, sustainable and often sourced locally. You want options? We have several unique culinary stations offering traditional and eclectic dishes.
We challenge the traditional ideas of “campus life.” Wide-open spaces, meandering pathways, skylights, lofted ceilings and intimate courtyards enhance the sense of community.
From residence halls modeled after European ski villages to brownstone-style buildings with full kitchens and patios, we purposefully designed our living spaces with personal comfort, connecting with friends and student safety in mind.
Our outdoor spaces are more than just green grass. They are places where you'll gather with friends for cookouts, play a pick-up game of basketball or simply study with the beauty of New England as your backdrop.
All of the knowledge you seek — from core class references to specialized periodicals — can be found within the walls of our three modern libraries. Contemporary design, digital collections and comfortable spots to sit and study make our libraries ideal places to catch up on course work or just read for relaxation.
College is about more than your studies. It’s about meeting new people with diverse experiences and perspectives. You’ll be part of a community that celebrates unique backgrounds, beliefs and identities.
Your health and safety are our top priority. Our Student Health Services office is staffed by a team of doctors, nurses and counselors to provide health care and counseling support on both the Mount Carmel and York Hill campuses. The Department of Public Safety includes 74 trained law enforcement professionals, who provide 24-hour campus safety, while responding to emergencies and requests for assistance.
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.
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.