Quinnipiac University

First-Year Housing Options

Irmagarde Tator Hall

Irmagarde Tator Hall, known around campus as Irma, is a co-ed residence hall that also houses our university public safety office. While the building is co-ed, the rooms, hallways and bathrooms are assigned to a single sex. Each room houses 2 people and has 2 beds, 2 desks and 2 free-standing closets. Hallway bathrooms are used by approximately 30 residents, and there is a kitchen and several laundry areas.

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Experience Irma

Irmagarde Tator Hall — or "Irma" as it's more affectionately known — is a community in itself, just steps away from the Quad and the Bobcat Den. In this episode of Quinnipiac Dorm Tours, follow first-year student Suzette Olesen as she shows you what it's like to live in a residence hall where people leave their doors open and everyone knows your name.

Hall and Room Features

Hall Features:

  • 80 double rooms
  • 5 paraprofessional staff members
  • 4 lounges
  • Community bathroom in each wing
  • Kitchen areas
  • Laundry areas
  • Co-ed by wing within the building

Room Features:

  • Bedroom dimensions: 17’ x 12’
  • Bedroom windows: 5’2” x 4’2”
  • Carpeted floors


  • Mattress: 36” x 80” x 6” (twin extra long sheets)


  • Dimensions: 57”L x 25”W x 30”H
  • 3 drawers
  • 1 desk chair


  • Dimensions: 36”L x 24”W x 72”H


  • Wireless connectivity (WiFi)
  • Ethernet connection provided

Housing Resources

Resident undergraduate student housing contract

Sign your housing contract and pay your housing reservation fee so that you can live close to friends, close to classes, and have 24-hour support from university staff. Please review the housing contract carefully before signing as it is a legally binding agreement.

View the Housing Contract

Sign the Housing Contract

Recently admitted to Quinnipiac? New students will receive information about their housing process in the summer through QStart.

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We offer more than a dozen modern residence halls featuring traditional, apartment and suite-style accommodations that foster a community environment with options to ensure your living space fits your life. Every residence hall is comfortable and welcoming, and each has its own unique character and style.

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