Quinnipiac University

On-Campus Housing Options

The Village

The Village is a co-ed series of residence halls divided into single-sex suites. There are 28 halls of 4 suites each making up the Village community. Each suite has 3 double bedrooms and individual bathrooms. Each bedroom has 2 beds, 2 desks and a 2 free-standing closets. Suites also have an unfurnished common area. Laundry facilities are located in the main lobby.

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The Village at Quinnipiac University is a community made up of 28 buildings that each have 4 suites housing 5 to 10 sophomore students. Follow resident Emma Morales as she shows you what it's like to live in a suite in The Village in this episode of #QuinnipiacDormTours.

Hall and Room Features

Hall Features

  • 28 buildings with 4 suites in each
  • Most suites house 6 residents in 3 bedrooms (3 doubles) and are multi-level
  • Laundry room located in each building
  • Includes a full meal plan (Platinum, Gold (default) or Silver)

Suite Features

  • 103 multi-level suites of 6 residents in 3 bedrooms 
  • 4 ADA-accessible suites (in Village 400 & 460) of 4 residents in 2 bedrooms (2 doubles, single level)
  • 4 multi-level suites (in Village 400 & 460) of 8 residents in 4 bedrooms (4 doubles)
  • Suites have 1 full bathroom with 1 shower, 2 sinks & 2 toilets

Living Room Features

  • Students provide their own living room furniture

Bedroom Features

  • Bedrooms furnished with twin XL bed, desk, chair & wardrobe
    • Room 1 & 2 : Village 400-530 (12' x 12' 5"), Village 540-670 (15' x 12'), windows (82" x 63")
    • Room 3: Village 400-530 (12' 5" x 14'), Village 540-670 (15' 8" x 12'), windows (82" x 63")
    • Mattress Dimensions: 36" x 80" x 6" (require twin XL sheets)
  • Desk (57" x 25" x 30") has 3 drawers and 1 chair
  • Wardrobe (36" x 24" x 72")

Benefits of Living on Campus

At Quinnipiac, all incoming students are required to live on campus during their first 3 years. That’s because living on campus provides a comfortable and convenient home base close to all the action, and the resources that will help you thrive academically and socially. You will become fully immersed in our campus life and culture, and be close to places where you can quietly study, relax or enjoy a meal with friends.

  • Annual events, including guest speakers, concerts, student group events and food festivals.
  • A range of student-run clubs and organizations, as well as numerous intramural, club and Division I sports teams.
  • 8 Living-Learning Communities that allow you to live with fellow Bobcats who share similar passions and academic interests.
  • A 35:1 ratio of residents to resident assistants, which means that you can count on a network of support.
  • Convenient access to the Arnold Bernhard Library (open 24/7).

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Four students talk in their residence hall room

  • Around-the-clock coverage for the safety and security of our students provided by the Department of Public Safety.
  • On-campus student health and counseling services.
  • Secure facilities with access to your room, suite and building via your student ID.
  • Walking escort services available on campus 24 hours a day.
  • Completely smoke- and tobacco-free university facilities.
  • New emergency medical services program staffed by students who are EMTs.
  • Indoor and outdoor recreation facilities on both residential campuses with a variety of fitness classes.
  • Easy access to miles of trails in Sleeping Giant State Park and the Farmington River Canal Trail.

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A student wearing a mask performs yoga poses in the grass

  • A shuttle network providing safe transport to our 3 campuses, local shopping and entertainment destinations, trackable via our real-time mobile app.
  • A wide variety of food options and flexible dining plans on each of our 3 campuses.
  • Free use of all campus laundry facilities.
  • Living units, furnished with all of the essentials and amenities of college living.
  • Simple online work-order system for daily maintenance and 24-hour emergency repairs.
  • Roommate matching survey, along with the opportunity to select your roommate.

Quinnipiac University wants students to engage in the full experience of living on campus to maximize their personal and professional development. As part of that experience, all full-time undergraduate students enrolling in the fall or spring are required to live in QU housing for their first 3 years (until the end of their sixth academic semester, not including summer or winter terms).

Registration as a full-time student at the university during any fall or spring academic term constitutes acceptance of the housing requirement and will result in a housing assignment and charge, unless the student has requested and been approved for release from the housing requirement by the Office of Residential Life.

We want to make a Quinnipiac experience accessible to all students and will be considerate of individual circumstances as it relates to this housing requirement. Requests for release from the housing requirement will be considered in limited circumstances such as the following:

  • Students who are married (including civil union or domestic partnership)
  • Students who have dependents
  • Students who are 24 years of age or older, as of September 1 of the academic year
  • Veterans
  • Students who are participating in a university-approved academic experience, such as study abroad
  • Documented hardship/family health condition
  • Students who live within a 25-mile drive of campus at their permanent legal residence (home address) with a parent, legal guardian, sibling or will be living with an immediate family member (parent, grandparent, sibling) who is over the age of 25 at their permanent legal address.

Please know, the university reserves unfettered right to make changes to this approach at any time based on world issues. 

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