Quinnipiac University
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A Place to Call Home

Our 3 campuses deliver the quintessential student experience with your living, learning and growth top of mind. With frequent renovations and upgrades, we ensure that our residence halls offer the essential amenities you’d want from college living, including free laundry. First-class facilities, dining options and experiences are only a short walk from your bedroom. You’ll experience the different seasons and all the comforts of home amidst a setting rich in natural beauty.

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First-Year On-Campus Housing

Sophomore On-Campus Housing

Housing Room Rates 2021-22

Location Semester Year
Standard Room - Irma, Dana, Commons, Ledges, Mountainview, Village $5,980 $11,960
Standard Room - Larson, Perlroth, Troup $6,290 $12,580
Standard Room with Kitchen - Complex, Hill, Crescent, Westview, Eastview, Townhouse $6,380 $12,760
Single with Kitchen - Complex, Westview, Eastview $7,600 $15,200
Deluxe Single w/Kitchen - Crescent $8,400 $16,800
Off-Campus - House $7,435 $14,870
Off-Campus - Whitney Village $7,360 $14,720

Making Your Space Home

A student unpacking in their room

Once you have received your housing assignment (typically in early August), we recommend contacting your future roommate(s) to coordinate on which large items you each wish to bring or share, such as a TV, rug or refrigerator.

You may view your housing and roommate assignment by logging into MyHousing (student username and password required).

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What to Pack

  • Alarm clock
  • Area rug
  • Batteries
  • Bed linens (Twin XL)
  • Bike and lock
  • Blankets
  • Calendar
  • Cell phone
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Command strips
  • Desk lamp and supplies
  • DVD player
  • Electronic device chargers
  • First aid kit
  • Flashlight
  • Hangers
  • Headphones
  • Iron and ironing board/steamer
  • Kitchen utensils and dishware
  • Laundry basket and detergent 
  • Microwave
  • Pillows
  • Plants
  • Posters
  • Refrigerator (3.6 cubic feet or less)
  • Seasonal clothing
  • Sewing kit
  • Small fan
  • Snacks
  • Stereo
  • Surge protectors
  • Television
  • Toiletries
  • Tool kit
  • Towels
  • Video games
  • Wastebasket

What NOT to Pack

  • Alcohol containers (under 21)
  • Alcohol or drug paraphernalia
  • Bars and bar-like structures
  • Butane torches
  • Candles, incense and other open-flame devices
  • Darts, dartboards and slingshots
  • Drinking game equipment
  • Electronic/motorized skateboards/hoverboard devices
  • Fire pits
  • Fireworks, guns, weapons and explosives
  • Flammable objects and/or substances
  • Grill units and propane gas tanks
  • Halogen lamps
  • Hookah pipes or equipment
  • Hot plates/toaster oven (e.g., George Foreman grills)
  • Items that hang from the ceilings
  • Lava lamps
  • Live Christmas trees
  • Multi-cup coffee makers (except in housing with a kitchen)
  • Non-university-approved air-conditioning units
  • Non-university-owned lofts
  • Personal refrigerators larger than 3.6 cubic feet
  • Pools and tent-like structures
  • Smoke and fog machines
  • String lights, LED strips, paper lanterns or copper wire lights    

Packing Suggestions

  • Clearly label your belongings with your residence hall and room number.
  • Reach out and coordinate with your future roommate(s) to decide which items you can share the cost of maintaining, such as a TV, fans, refrigerator or rug. This can help save space that would otherwise be occupied by unnecessary bulky items.
  • To maximize space in your vehicle, we advise loading larger items, such as suitcases or plastic bins, into the car first and then packing smaller items around them (just make sure you can see out of your back windows).
  • Make sure the items you are bringing to campus are not prohibited. Reach out to Residential Life if you have any questions.

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