Quinnipiac University

Diversity by the Numbers

The university has committed to enhancing access to data to promote greater transparency, strategic planning and accountability.

We must keep in mind that this data provides a snapshot in time. Context and long-term trends are essential, as is our goal to achieve lasting change rather than one-off, reactive solutions. This is a multiyear journey, and changes in data may feel incremental at times, depending upon the university's hiring rates, size of its incoming classes, and the fact that students are only together 30 weeks a year (academic year), with most graduating after four years. QU's commitment is to make systemic and foundational changes as outlined in this E&I report, that will, over time, create the inclusive culture and environment to which we all aspire.

Download the report (Spring 2022)

Download the report (Spring 2021)

Full-Time Faculty Diversity

Data for full-time faculty was compiled on 11/1/21 IPEDS Census Date

Percentages have been rounded to the nearest tenth decimal point

Underrepresented minority (URM) includes individuals who identify as Black or African Americans, LatinX, Indigenous or American Indian, and/or Asian or Pacific Islander

Race/Ethnicity

Gender

Full Time Faculty Diversity





Student Diversity



Race/Ethnicity & Gender

Student Diversity

Data for students was compiled as of 9/20/21 IPEDS Census Data

Percentages have been rounded to the nearest tenth decimal point

Underrepresented minority (URM) includes individuals who identify as Black or African American, LatinX, Indigenous or American Indian, and/or Asian or Pacific Islander

Class of 2025 Data

Diversity over time

Student Diversity