Centers and Resources


Modern facilities reflect our philosophy of interdisciplinary learning, self-directed work and personal expansion.

We encourage students to follow their bliss, while also broadening their sense of it. From a student-run theater, to museums alive with cultural history and a center for psychological study, you'll enjoy numerous venues and enclaves dedicated to creative expression and scientific research, as well as career exposure.

Featured Facilities

Spaces to work, create and engage

The Dean Robert W. Evans College of Arts and Sciences Center, the main hub for all students in the College of Arts and Sciences, offers modern, collaborative-style classrooms and computer labs, as well as numerous spaces dedicated to various groups and organizations. The center is also the home of Montage, the student-run literary and arts journal, as well as the Quinnipiac Literary Society and Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society.

The Black Box Theater, located inside the College of Arts and Sciences, is a creative and collaborative space open to students of all majors. This intimate performing space offers a venue for student-run productions, professional workshops, new play readings, audition coaching and career mentorships. In the innovative Theater for Community program, students use original, or adapted scripts to explore diverse social issues and topics through the medium of drama.

Blackbox Theather. Professor Kevin Daly's. Copyright Notice: Rich Gilligan @Hello Artists photographed in Spring 2016 for the new branding materials and new EDU website. Usage terms are: Marketing Collateral in perpetuity - e.g.-student guides, annual reports, flyers, brochures, public affairs, web/social media - 3 years paid media.

Stage presence

Students participate in stage drills in Professor Kevin Daly's class, held in the Blackbox Theater. The Blackbox Theater hosts student-written and directed plays, as well as dynamic acting seminars.

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Partnership programs challenge you to engage with your passion and gain valuable experience alongside industry professionals.

A special partnership between the Theater for Community Program and The Barrow Group Theatre Company, a New York City-based theater dedicated to producing new and groundbreaking American plays, gives students the experience of staging their productions, and working and studying with Barrow Group’s professional artists and staff. 

Laboratory Synergy, a leading world supplier of high-end scientific lab equipment, sends talented and driven Quinnipiac students each year to its partner’s lab facilities in Germany. There, they gain proficiency with state-of-the-art chemical instruments before returning to Lab Synergy’s headquarters in Goshen, NY, to apply what they’ve learned in analytical research.

Through a partnership with Alianza Americana, science majors have the opportunity to be part of the Community Health and Wellness Delegation. Participants travel to Leon, Nicaragua, to raise awareness among locals and school students about crucial health-related topics, from prenatal, wound and dental care to proper CPR techniques. Delegates also have the option of taking Spanish, cooking and salsa lessons, touring coffee plantations and participating in other culturally immersive experiences.

February 7, 2015/201 New Play Festival, Black Box Theater, Quinnipiac University/ Yara Farahmand '16 & Ryan Devaney '18 rehearse their play "Rent's Due."  All plays are written, directed and performed by QU students. Theater for Community partnered with Abingdon Theatre Company to create the 2015 New Play Festival. Through a partnership with Abingdon Theatre Company, Quinnipiac students are connected with mentors, playwrights, directors, actors and designers from the New York City theater scene, who guide the students through each step of creating the festival. Ultimately seven student-written plays will receive fully mounted productions in New York City.

Center stage

Yara Farahmand '16 & Ryan Devaney '18 rehearse their play, "Rent's Due," in the Black Box Theater, in preparation for the annual New Play Festival.

Eric Weinstein, COO of Lab Synergy, and Quinnipiac Universtiy Alumni, at the Lab Synergy headquarters  in Goshen, New York on March 26, 2015. 
(photo by Gabe Palacio),Eric Weinstein, COO of Lab Synergy, and Quinnipiac Universtiy Alumni, at the Lab Synergy headquarters  in Goshen, New York on March 26, 2015. 
(photo by Gabe Palacio),Eric Weinstein, COO of Lab Synergy, and Quinnipiac Universtiy Alumni, at the Lab Synergy headquarters  in Goshen, New York on March 26, 2015. 
(photo by Gabe Palacio),Eric Weinstein, COO of Lab Synergy, and Quinnipiac Universtiy Alumni, at the Lab Synergy headquarters  in Goshen, New York on March 26, 2015. 
(photo by Gabe Palacio)

Real-world research opportunities

Eric Weinstein, COO of Lab Synergy, and Quinnipiac Universtiy Alumni, at the Lab Synergy headquarters in Goshen, New York.

Program Partnerships

  • Lab Synergy
  • The Barrow Group Theatre Company
  • Oxford Consortium for Human Rights
  • Alianza Americana
  • Strokestown Park House & Famine Museum, Ireland
  • Inside Out Prison Exchange Program

University Partnerships

  • Maynooth University, Ireland
  • University of Dublin, Ireland
  • University of College Cork, Ireland
  • Dublin City University, Ireland

Places to grow, explore and connect

Your growth as a student at Quinnipiac occurs as much outside the classroom or laboratory as it does inside. Quinnipiac offers 100+ student-led groups and organizations dedicated to academic excellence, literary and performing arts, social awareness, community engagement, student government and beyond.

Each student-led group gives you the chance to explore your interests more deeply, expand your skillset and join communities of equally talented and enthusiastic individuals. The kind of social and professional connections you’ll make during your experience will help you long after you’ve graduated.

Some of our student groups include:

  • Pre-Health Professionals Society
  • Pre-Law Society
  • Mock Trial Program
  • Society for Anthropological Research
  • The Chemistry/Biochemistry Organization
  • Quinnipiac University After Dark (QUAD)
  • Gay, Lesbian and Straight Supporters (GLASS)
  • Women in Support of Humanity (WISH)
  • Economic and Finance Club
  • Community Action Project (CAP)
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Student Government Association (SGA)
  • Montage (literary magazine)
  • Fourth Wall (theater)

Centers and Institutes



Center for Psychological Science

The Center for Psychological Science is the main learning and research hub for the psychology department. Specialized classrooms allow for group projects, student-faculty meetings, independent study research, interviews, survey studies and experiments. The center is also equipped with cutting-edge resources, including a cognition lab with a sound-attenuated chamber and analyzing software, an eye-tracking device for research on attention and a full library of psychology books and media.


Bioanthropology Research Institute

The Bioanthropology Research Institute is an interdisciplinary hub linking the study of biology, anthropology, archaeology and paleontology. The institute performs research on mummified humans, animals and ancient artifacts through applications such as diagnostic imaging, video endoscopy, photography, and laboratory analysis. Faculty from the Bioanthropology Research Institute also mentor students as part of the Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeology (BAKOTA) project, a six-week archaeological dig in Hungary that provides qualified students the opportunity to engage in real field research, and build the technical and analytical skills necessary to enter science-related fields. The BAKOTA project is led by QU Professor Julia Giblin and sponsored by the National Science Foundation (Research Experience for Undergraduates program), with additional support from QU’s Central European Institute.


Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute

Through a program of lectures, conferences, courses and publications, Ireland's Great Hunger Institute offers a deeper understanding of the causes and consequences of the Irish Famine, also known as An Gorta Mór. The Institute also fosters an appreciation for Irish culture and history. To encourage original scholarship and meaningful engagement, the institute develops and makes available the Great Hunger Collection—a unique array of primary, secondary and cultural sources—to students and scholars. In educating people of all ages and backgrounds about the Great Hunger, the institute also supports the mission of Ireland's Great Hunger Museum.


Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

The Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum (Musaem An Ghorta Mhoir) regularly produces art exhibitions, lectures, conferences, courses and publications dedicated to Ireland’s Great Famine of 1845-52, as well as other topics in Irish history and culture. The Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum is open to all students regardless of major, and provides a deep understanding of the full effect the Great Hunger had on the Irish people, as well as a chance to explore other elements of Irish history and culture.


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