Mount Carmel Campus
Mount Carmel Campus
The Mount Carmel Campus is where undergraduate students first experience being home away from home. The picturesque quad at the foothills of the Sleeping Giant is where many students first fall in love with our University. The sprawling lawns are surrounded by the Carl Hansen Student Center — boasting a full dining hall, space for our nearly 150 student organizations and spots for connecting with friends — academic classroom-buildings and the 600-seat Arnold Bernhard Library.
With a variety of housing options for our first- and second-year students — including traditional, apartment- and suite-style options — you will find the perfect place to grow.
Recreation is a big part of living at Quinnipiac. We offer an Athletic and Recreation Center with an indoor track, tennis courts, fitness equipment and a robust fitness class schedule. You could also join one of our many recreational groups, an intramural sports team, initiate a spontaneous game of beach volleyball or take a hike at Sleeping Giant State Park across the street.
North Haven Campus
North Haven Campus
Our North Haven Campus is home to our undergraduate and graduate education, health sciences, law, medicine and nursing schools. Encompassing each of the five professional schools in the one sprawling building, hands-on, interdisciplinary learning comes naturally.
Our state-of-the-art facilities will prepare you for a successful career from day one. We believe that learning is doing — and so you will gain access to MRI and CT Scan equipment as well as state-of-the-art sim and biomechanics labs from your earliest days in our health sciences, medicine and nursing programs. Walking into our specially designed education classes is akin to walking into elementary and middle school classrooms, preparing you for a successful career in education — and understanding how to best utilize the tools of the trade. Our Ceremonial Courtroom is so realistic that the Connecticut Supreme Court held hearings there in the fall.
It won't take long to realize that the North Haven Campus was carefully designed with your learning in mind.
Study Across the Globe
Study across the globe
In addition to our three campuses in Connecticut, our tight, diverse community extends around the world, from Maynooth University, to Los Angeles, to South Africa, and many corners in between.
Centers and Resources
The doors to your success — literally and figuratively
Welcome to the backbone of Quinnipiac. Each campus features a network of labs, studios, and facilities — including a full HD television studio, 3d medical simulators, and a hands-on financial technology center — where you can practice what you learn in actual working environments.
Spirit gear, books and everything in between
The university bookstore, with locations on both academic campuses, is the place to go for all things Quinnipiac. Just steps from your classes, it's your one stop for textbooks, officially licensed merchandise and everyday items, such as greeting cards, snacks and other conveniences.
Inspiring design housing extensive resources
All of the knowledge you seek — from core class references to specialized periodicals — can be found within the walls of our three modern and magnificent libraries. Contemporary design, digital collections, and comfortable spots to sit and study make our libraries ideal places to catch up on coursework or read for relaxation.
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum
Irish history speaks
Quinnipiac is proud of our special connection to the Irish community. The Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum, the largest museum of its kind on the world, showcases a rich and continuously updated collection of art, cultural artifacts, manuscripts, letters and educational materials related to the historic Irish famine of 1845-1852. The museum also regualrly hosts visiting authors, historians and other guest lecturers.
Each exhibit illustrates a different cultural and socio-economic aspect of the Great Famine, tying together the highly nuanced narrative of the tragic event that brought more than a million Irish immigrants to the United States.