Quinnipiac University

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Quinnipiac UniversityQuinnipiac University
275 Mount Carmel Ave,
Hamden, CT 06518-1908
Phone: (203) 582-8200




About Quinnipiac

Quinnipiac University is a private, coeducational university with 5,900 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students. Consistently ranked among the best universities by U.S. News & World Report, Quinnipiac (pronounced KWIN-uh-pe-ack) offers 52 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate programs plus the JD program.

Quinnipiac is located in the heart of New England, about 90 minutes from New York City and two hours from Boston. The University's Mount Carmel Campus, resting in the shadow of Sleeping Giant Mountain in Hamden, Conn., is an architectural gallery of modern brick buildings and sweeping lawns, with a soaring clock-tower above the library. This campus is home to most of our residence halls, academic buildings, University offices and athletic fields. Our York Hill Campus, located just 1/2 mile away, is home to the TD Bank Sports Center, the Rocky Top Student Center and our newest residence halls. The North Haven Campus features our state-of-the-art School of Health Sciences building, and further development is underway.

Our remarkable facilities include the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center and a fully digital high-definition broadcast studio. We’re also home to the nationally renowned Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

At the heart of Quinnipiac is our commitment to teaching and collaboration. Quinnipiac fosters partnerships among students and with faculty; we are a spirited, welcoming campus. We look forward to seeing you. Come visit.

Questions? Please contact us.
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Why Quinnipiac?

Because Quinnipiac is where professors who want to know students by name come to teach, and where students who want a personal, challenging education come to learn. At Quinnipiac, students are our first, second and third priorities. What does that look like?

Quinnipiac is a small university offering big opportunities.
You’ll find top-rated academic programs, classes averaging 25 students and a faculty-to-student ratio of 16 to 1—plus Division I athletics. Those are just some of the reasons why Quinnipiac is consistently ranked among the best universities offering undergraduate and master's degree programs by U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. Kiplinger's has also named Quinnipiac to its list of "Best Values in Private Colleges."

In our hands, technology offers amazing hands-on experiences. Students simulate buying and selling stocks in the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center, produce news packages in the fully digital high-definition broadcast studio and study how the human body moves in the motion analysis laboratory. Plus a broad range of speakers visits campus each year.

Quinnipiac is all about students.
Collaborative, innovative teaching is so important to us that we give annual awards to professors who do it best. Our faculty members are experts in their field, generous with their time and eager to share their knowledge. But that’s not all. We also give annual awards to staff members who offer great service. Students will experience that in the career services office, the Learning Center and elsewhere.

Quinnipiac is the best of a small town.
Quinnipiac offers the best of small-town spirit. You’ll feel it the moment a huge team of upperclassmen help you unload your car and move into your freshman residence. And you’ll feel it in our small classes.

Quinnipiac is forever.
Because of the unique, mind-shaping, life-expanding experiences they had here, Quinnipac friends stay in contact by joining a prestigious group of 30,000 members—Quinnipiac’s Alumni Association. A continuous schedule of events ensures alumni stay in touch with favorite professors, classmates, teammates, fraternity brothers and sorority sisters nationwide.

Fast Facts

A private, coeducational university, Quinnipiac offers graduate and undergraduate programs in a technology-rich environment. The University's Mount Carmel Campus, resting in the shadow of Sleeping Giant Mountain, is an architectural showcase of fine brickwork, with a soaring clock-tower above the library. This campus is home to most of our residence halls, academic buildings, University offices and athletic fields. Our York Hill Campus is home to the TD Bank Sports Center, the Rocky Top Student Center and our newest residence halls. The North Haven Campus features our state-of-the-art School of Health Sciences building, and further development is underway.

Campus:
Location: Hamden and North Haven, Conn., 90 minutes from New York City, two hours from Boston. View directions or a campus map...
Acres: 212, Mount Carmel Campus; 234, York Hill Campus; 104, North Haven Campus. See Campus maps
Buildings: 52, Mount Carmel Campus
Libraries: Arnold Bernhard Library, with 48,000 square feet and more than 600 wired Internet connections, plus wireless Internet access; law library, School of Law Center; Health Sciences Library, North Haven Campus

Academics:
Undergraduate-degree programs: 52. More...
Special opportunities: Study abroad on land or spend a Semester at Sea; do summer research on campus. More opportunities...
Graduate-degree programs: 20, plus JD degree
Full-time faculty: 308
Student-to-faculty ratio: 16 to 1
Average class size: under 25
National recognition: Ranked among best universities offering undergraduate and master's degree programs in U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges" and The Princeton Review’s "The Best 373 Colleges"; graduate physician assistant program ranked 14 out of 141 programs nationally by U.S. News & World Report; graduate pathologists’ assistant program is the oldest and largest in the country.

Student Body:
Undergraduate enrollment: 5,900. More about who studies at QU...
Graduate enrollment: 2,000
School of Law enrollment: 550

Costs and Financial Aid:
Undergraduate costs 2010-11: Tuition and fees: $34,250 (12 to 16 credits per semester; additional credits $790 per credit); room and board for freshmen: $12,730; total: $46,980. More about paying for QU...
Quinnipiac grants and scholarships budget, 2009-2010: $54,791,426; more about financial aid...
Undergraduate students receiving financial aid, 2010-2011: 76 percent
Graduate tuition: $810 per credit ($790 for MBA, MBA Healthcare Management, MS Interactive Communications, MS Organizational Leadership) or $725 per credit (during graduate clinical semesters)
Graduate fees: $35 per credit, not to exceed $315 semester student fee ($25 summer registration fee)
National recognition: Quinnipiac was named to Kiplinger's list of "Best Values in Private Colleges" in 2010. Learn more

Student Life:
Student organizations: more than 70 clubs, plus the opportunity to create your own
Student leadership: opportunities to serve in student government, plus the Tiered Leadership Program, which focuses on managing complex issues
Greek life: three fraternities (Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon); five sororities (Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Sigma Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho)
Alternative spring break: Quinnipiac students have dedicated their week off to travel across the country to build houses for Habitat for Humanity and to travel to Barbados and Nicaragua for humanitarian missions.
Students living on campus: 4,000
Residence halls: four traditional, five suite-style, five apartment-style. More about residential life…

Technology Resources:
Campus network: All campus buildings are networked, with wireless in public areas including residence halls, libraries and classrooms.
Laptop technology: All students are required to use a university standard laptop and software.
Labs and studios:
Fully digital, high definition production studio in the School of Communications
High-tech simulated trading floor with 54 workstations in the Financial Technology Center
State-of-the-art diagnostic imaging equipment in the School of Health Sciences
Motion analysis laboratory for the athletic training/sports medicine program
Computer graphics lab for the interactive digital design program
Computer science lab for production of imbedded systems and robotics

Athletics:
NCAA: Division I
Sports: Men’s, 7; women’s,12. More about varsity athletics...
Intramural sports: Men’s,16; women’s, 14; coed, 14. More...

Everything Else:
President: John L. Lahey; more about our leadership...
Accreditations: New England Association of Schools and Colleges; Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (School of Business); American Bar Association (School of Law); National Council for Accreditation for Teacher Education (School of Education).
Mission and history: Founded in 1929; the University’s mission is to provide a supportive and stimulating environment for the intellectual and personal growth of its students. More...
Alumni: 25,000 undergraduate and graduate; 4,500 law. More about our alumni...
Endowment: $185 million. More about supporting QU...
School colors: Blue and gold
University name: "Quinnipiac" is derived from a native American word that some sources claim means "people from the long-water land." Other sources say it dervies from a word meaning "to make change in the direction of travel."

Mission

Quinnipiac University, founded in 1929, is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian institution of higher education. It is primarily a residential campus in an attractive New England setting. Quinnipiac's mission is to provide a supportive and stimulating environment for the intellectual and personal growth of undergraduate, graduate and continuing education students.

The University offers broadly based undergraduate programs as well as graduate programs in selected professional fields. Through integrated liberal arts and professional curricula, undergraduate programs in the schools of business, communications, health sciences, education and the College of Arts and Sciences prepare students for career entry or advanced studies. Graduate programs provide professional qualifications for success in business, education, health sciences, communications and law.

A Quinnipiac education embodies the University's commitment to three important values:
Excellence in education
Sensitivity to students
A spirit of community

Quinnipiac's learning environment is highly personalized and features small classes and ready faculty access. This environment reflects the University's commitment to excellence in teaching, support for scholarship and professional development. The entire University is oriented toward servicing students' needs. Its collegial atmosphere fosters a strong sense of community, identity and purpose among faculty, staff and students.

Quinnipiac University strives to prepare graduates with the following attributes:
Critical and creative thinking
Effective communication skills
Informed value judgments
An educational foundation for continued growth and development in a changing world of diverse cultures and people

Through public service and cultural events, Quinnipiac extends its resources to the professions and communities it serves.

Green Initiatives

Green technologies on Quinnipiac's York Hill and North Haven campuses have thrown a spotlight on the University's commitment to the environment.

At York Hill, wind turbines generate 32,000 kilowatt hours of energy annually, while roof-top photovoltaic panels gather power from the sun, saving another 250,000 kilowatts. Watch the wind turbines in action and read about them in a New York Times article. Read more about York Hill's green initiatives.

On the North Haven Campus, environmentally-friendly features include: energy-efficient heating and cooling units and lighting fixtures; low VOC paint; Green Guard-certified carpeting and new windows with energy-saving thermal glazing.

The University's Sustainability Committee, which includes students, faculty and staff, meets regularly to share ideas and plan events.

These measures are just a glimpse into Quinnipiac's far-reaching campaign to go green. Fresh initiatives, and improved practices, are underway University-wide.

They include improvements in the following areas:

Power
Quinnipiac purchases 100 percent of its electricity from renewable resources, placing it well above state and national minimum renewable energy purchase requirements.
Lighting in all residence halls has been switched from T12 to more efficient T8 bulbs.
The University's ongoing "Bobcat Bulb Swap" program allows students to trade up to six fluorescent bulbs for greener, high compact fluorescent models.
The University's information technology department has installed a "deep freeze" feature, which automatically shuts down all computers in teaching classrooms at night.

Water
Half of the campus' eight irrigation zones, which deliver water to the grounds and landscaping, are outfitted with automatic shut-off features to conserve water after heavy rain has saturated the soil.
Water usage in residence hall toilets has been reduced from 3.5 to 1.6 gallons per flush, which saves 2-3 million gallons of water annually.
"Hydration stations," which allow users to easily refill water bottles with fresh, cold drinking water, are replacing less sanitary, old-style water fountains in the Athletic Center and Tator Hall. The stations reduce plastic use.

Products and Practices
Plastic, cans, paper and cardboard are recycled across campus.
In 2009, the University launched an annual mattress recycling program, recycling 167 mattresses for the first time.
Campus Copy shop offers double-sided copies printed on 100 percent recycled paper.
Sixty-five percent of cleaning supplies used on campus are Green Seal-certified.
The University uses only natural fertilizer products on its fields and landscaping
Paper towel products used on campus are composed of at least 40 percent recycled fiber.
The University Copy/Mail Center uses a digital package-tracking system, which notifies recipients via e-mail, rather than paper slip notices in mailboxes.
Graduates at Commencement ceremonies wear gowns made of 100 percent recycled materia.

Careers @ Quinnipiac

The Human Resource Department provides a range of employee-related functions, policies and benefit administration including:
Dependent care assistance plan
Education benefits
Employee leave plans
Holiday schedule
Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance
Payroll administration
Recruitment and employment
Retirement program
Workers’ compensation

The Human Resource Department, located in the north wing of the Arnold Bernhard Library building on the Mount Carmel Campus, is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. For general information, please contact 203-582-8670.

Applying for a job at Quinnipiac University

There are six quick steps to apply for a job at Quinnipiac:
1. Go online. View the Quinnipiac University Online Employment System.
2. Search for jobs. You can search for all current openings for regular employment.
3. Create a profile. To create an application, you will be required to establish a profile by entering a unique user name and password of your choosing. (Please save your information to allow you to return to the site at a future date.)
4. Apply. You will be able to apply for any job for which you meet the minimum qualifications. You may be asked several questions and have the ability to add a resume, cover letter or other documents.
5. Manage jobs. Check the status of all jobs for which you have applied, add additional documents, or withdraw your resume. Update and edit your profile at any time by using your username and password.
6. Log in / log out. Make sure to log out every time you leave the site. You will be able to log in again using your user name and password.

View open positions.

For assistance, contact:
Lynn Carlson, staff and student employment specialist
Quinnipiac University
275 Mount Carmel Ave.
Hamden, CT 06518
Phone: 203-582-3355
Fax: 203-582-5347
Quinnipiac University has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the University community, and we welcome candidates who would enhance that diversity.

Admissions

Welcome. We’re pleased that you’re interested in learning more about Quinnipiac University.

If you will be applying as an incoming freshman, an international student or a transfer student from the United States or overseas, and you plan to attend Quinnipiac as a full-time student, you'll want to explore our 52 majors and learn more about our academic environment, values and career planning. We also hope you plan to visit the campus to see our location, facilities and campus setting.

In addition we offer the option of undergraduate part-time studies for adult students in our local area.

If you have questions about how to help finance your education, or about merit scholarships, you can learn more about your options through our Office of Financial Aid.

If you’re a law school candidate or graduate applicant, discover how Quinnipiac’s facilities and exceptional commitment to teaching can contribute to your education experience and professional preparation.

For online study, Quinnipiac University Online offers several master's degree and certificate programs as well as a range of undergraduate and graduate summer courses.

We're consistently ranked among the best regional universities in the north by U.S.News & World Report. And Kiplinger's has named Quinnipiac to its list of "Best Values in Private Colleges." Learn more

Questions? Please contact us.

Undergraduate Admissions

Visit the campus.
When you visit us, you'll see the campus—including our state-of-the-art facilities—and meet with admissions staff. You can choose to attend an open house, a group information session, have an individual interview and/or take a campus tour. More...

Make the connection.
See what A Day in the Life of a Quinnipiac Student is like and Why Quinnipiac could be the perfect choice for you. Visit Quinnipiac Connection for these and other videos, student profiles, helpful tips and lots more!

Build your own.
Create a customized e-brochure based on your desired academic major, as well as your interests in student organizations and activities.

Apply now.
Whether you're a high school senior, an international student or a current college student who is interesting in transferring to Quinnipiac, you should apply as soon as possible. Quinnipiac has rolling admissions and we begin reviewing applications in mid-November. More about how to apply…

Get answers.
Check out our frequently asked questions to see if yours is covered. Also, find out the students' point of view: They’re happy to answer questions. In fact, they may be some of the most welcoming students you’ll ever meet. Check the message board or join in on a chat.

Watch it.
Our videos will show you the beauty of the campus , plus have some fun with the 'Quinnipiac' name, introduce you to our amazing facilities and show you all that Quinnipiac has to offer . Take a look at where you'll live, study and play— all on our virtual tour.

Freshmen FAQ for undergraduate admissions:

The application process:
Q: I've applied online (or mailed in) my admissions application - what do I do now?
The application will 'start' your application file, and you've likely included your essay with the application. You'll need to request to have your academic transcript sent to us--and be sure you send your official test scores to Quinnipiac. We require one letter of recommendation (guidance counselor or teacher) - you can have a second one sent to us if you wish. High school seniors should send their first quarter grades when they're available.

Q. Do you want all my test scores or just the highest ones?
We value the effort students make when they repeat tests - so we do want all scores (not just the highest). We will automatically select the highest critical reading, math and writing scores or the highest ACT composite score when we review your application.

Q: How do I send official test scores?
Quinnipiac's code for the SAT is 3712, and for the ACT is 0582. You do not need to use the 'rush' scores, we will receive them electronically from the testing service. If you did not select Quinnipiac as a score recipient when you registered for the test, please be sure you go back and add us to your list.

Q: How will I know if you're missing anything in my file?
We will email students at the email address provided on the application, both to acknowledge receipt of their application, as well as to ask for missing information.

Q: Does Quinnipiac offer early decision or early action?
Neither - we read files on a rolling admission basis - which means we start reading them when they are complete - usually beginning in November, when we start receiving the results of the October and November test scores and first quarter grades.

Q: When will I know your decision?
We begin notifying students of their admissions decisions early in January - and you have until May 1 to reply back to us.

Q: So when is the best time to apply?
We recommend high school seniors apply early in the fall in order to be sure to be considered for the program of their choice. Our official application deadline is February 1, but best advice is to apply much earlier. After Feb. 1, we continue to read applications until the class is filled, we may then waitlist some applicants until we know more about available spaces in the class, usually between mid-April and mid-May.

Q: What is the deadline for Physical Therapy, Nursing and Physician Assistant programs?
We strongly recommended that you apply by Nov. 1 for consideration to those three programs.

Admission Requirements:
Q: What ARE the admissions requirements?
A bit of a tougher question as we review each application individually and look for a student's strengths. We take into consideration your academic record - courses taken, course levels, grade pattern (improving?) and the courses you're taking in your senior year."In general" we look for an overall average of B+ or higher. On the SAT I, we look for critical reading plus math scores of 1050 or higher, or an ACT composite score of 22 - and we'll review all the other information there as well - recommendation(s), your essay and first quarter senior grades. We look for at least three years of math and science for most programs - but for the School of Health Sciences, four years of each are preferred.

Q: What if I don't meet the criteria?
We review all the information in the file - there is not a hard and fast minimum to be admitted - on average, the students we admitted for this most recent year ranked in the top 20 percent of their high school class, and had 1150 on the critical reading + math portions of the SAT. By average - we mean there are those both above and below those numbers.

Q: OK, but if I'm wait-listed, what does that mean?
Being wait-listed can mean one of the following:
We've admitted our goal number and need to wait until close to May 1 before we'll know of any possible openings in the class - but your grades and scores are strong! Instructions about how to let us know you're still interested in Quinnipiac will be sent with the letter.
While we find lots of positives in the application information, we may be wait-listing students as we review the remaining applications due to the competitiveness of the applicant pool. Again - we'll know better if we have space as we near May 1. Instructions about how to let us know you're still interested in Quinnipiac will be sent with the letter.

Q: What's important about May 1?
May 1 is the date by which students must confirm their intent to matriculate by sending in the deposit to the college of their choice. At Quinnipiac, our deposit is $200 if you plan to commute and $550 if you plan to reside on campus. Information on how to deposit will be sent with the acceptance letter.

Academic Programs:
Q: How are the academic programs organized?
We have 52 undergraduate majors through our five Schools and Colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, Schools of Business, Communication, Health Sciences, and Education.

Q: Where's the list of majors?
Check out the list of the undergraduate majors.

Q: I thought Quinnipiac had a major in veterinary technology?
Our veterinary technology program admitted its final class in the fall of 2008. Students interested in becoming veterinarians can still be part of our pre-med program and can choose a major of their interest - perhaps in biology or health science studies.

Q: What if I'm undecided about a major?
Being undecided is ok - when you apply, you can choose a college or school to be undecided 'in', or we will place you in the College of Arts and Sciences as a general undeclared student. Special advisers work with our students to help them become familiar with all their options at Quinnipiac and students would usually select a major by the end of their sophomore year.

Q: Is it easy to move from one major to another?
The answer is both 'yes' and 'it depends'. If you change majors within a school, it's usually easy to do - you'd speak with the chairperson of the program you wish to move into for advisement. If you're changing schools eg: going from the School of Health Sciences to the College of Arts and Sciences, you would speak with the chairperson of the major you wish to move into to find out if there are any prerequisites to any courses that you'll need to get scheduled. They'll also check your grade point average and current course selections. There are only two programs that do not allow internal or external transfer students - Physical therapy and Physician Assistant. If you apply to those programs and are not admitted to the program of your choice, you may complete your bachelor's degree in another area and apply for the graduate portion of the program (be sure to check with the program for details on prerequisites and qualifications).

Q: Can I major in something in one school and minor in a subject in another school?
The answer is usually yes. Some programs require that you have a minor and may wish you to minor outside of your major school. Check out our list of minors.

Q: I'm interested in becoming a teacher - how do I go about that?
The School of Educationis happy to advise you from your start at Quinnipiac to prepare you to teach at the elementary or secondary level. The program is a five-year Master of Arts in Teaching - where you complete an undergraduate degree in a subject area and start your education sequence as a junior. You'll receive your bachelor's degree after four years, and continue immediately into a graduate year to complete your program. Your undergraduate major will likely in the College of Arts and Sciences to help prepare your background in the subject area you wish to teach. You can find more information on the elementary and secondary education pages.

Housing:
Q: When will I learn about housing choices and roommate selection?
After students have confirmed that they intend to enroll and pay their matriculation deposit, residence life will survey them in order to match roommates. Incoming students are notified of their housing assignment over the summer, usually by early August.

Q: Does Quinnipiac guarantee housing for all four years?
While Quinnipiac guarantees housing for three years to an incoming freshman and two years to an incoming transfer student, most seniors are also able to be accommodated in Quinnipiac housing (in suite housing on York Hill, in apartments at Whitney Village as well as in university owned houses near the campus) through the lottery system, with an available number of spaces determined early in their junior year able to be reserved for their senior year. All returning students to residential life participate in the housing lottery system which allows students to choose their housing options after determining a priority order. More information about living on campus.

Scholarships:
Q: How do I apply for scholarships?
There is no separate scholarship application. We review every student who is admitted for a possible scholarship. Scholarships are based on a student's academic record - their rank in class in their high school PLUS their SAT or ACT scores. We use the highest critical reading and the highest math scores, and/or the highest ACT composite score.

Q: My high school doesn't provide a rank in class, what happens then?
Most high schools that don't actually 'rank' students, DO provide us with some type of grade distribution information. We can then determine what grade point average would be necessary to rank in the top 20% of the class. If we're not sure - we'll contact the high school, or we'll estimate based on the information in the file.

Q: What types of scholarships are there?
View a complete list of current scholarship awards.

Financial Aid:
Q: Should I apply for financial aid?
We recommend that every family who feels they would like to be considered for financial aid, SHOULD apply for financial aid. These are challenging economic times, and the cost of higher education is considerable. Let us see how we can assist you financially. At the very least - filing the FAFSA allows you access to the Federal Direct Student Loan program.

Q: How do I apply for financial aid?
If you're applying for Spring 2011 (January start) the only form Quinnipiac requires is the FAFSA which is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and is a free form to file. Beginning with students applying to enter in FALL 2011, in addition to filing the FAFSA, the CSS Profile will be required in order to be considered for institutional need based financial aid. The Profile form is available beginning Oct. 1 and the CSS code for Quinnipiac is 3712. Go to: https://profileonline.collegeboard.com/prf/index.jsp .

The FAFSA for 2011-12 is available beginning Jan. 1, 2011. This form can be completed electronically at www.fafsa.gov and must be filed no later than March 1 in order to be given full consideration for funding. Quinnipiac's code is 001402. You'll need to have much of your 2010 income tax information available so we encourage you to put that together fairly early in 2011, so that you can use ACTUAL information (rather than estimated) when you file the FAFSA. Please file the FAFSA after Jan. 1, and before March 1 for consideration for maximum financial aid.

Q: If my family uses 'estimated' information when filing the FAFSA, what happens?
They must go back and correct any misinformation when they have accurate tax data. Any changes may result in a change to your financial aid award. If you haven't gone back and corrected any information, in our verification process (checking information along with copies of your tax return) we might need to change your financial aid award later in the process and it can be confusing to families.

Graduate Admissions

There are about 2,000 motivated graduate students earning degrees at Quinnipiac. A graduate degree from Quinnipiac will provide each of them with a positive career catalyst.

We're consistently ranked among the best master's-level universities in the north by U.S.News & World Report.

There is no better way to learn more about the exciting programs Quinnipiac has to offer than by visiting the campus and attending one of our information sessions. View our graduate programs.

Admission to the graduate programs is competitive, so get started early!

Contact Graduate Admissions

Need assistance in selecting a graduate program or help with the graduate admissions and financial aid process? Please contact us and one of our staff members will be happy to assist you.

Office of Graduate Admissions:
Scott Farber, director of graduate admissions
Jennifer Boutin, associate director of graduate admissions
Kristin Parent, associate director of graduate health sciences admissions
Patricia Krawec, secretary
Carol Chamberlin, secretary

Contact Information:
Phone: 203-582-8672 or 800-462-1944
E-mail: graduate@quinnipiac.edu
Mail: Quinnipiac University
Office of Graduate Admissions - N1-GRD
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1940

Office Hours:
Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Office of Graduate Financial Aid:
Heather Hamilton, director of graduate financial aid
Jennifer VanBrederode, assistant director of graduate financial aid
Barbara B. Lemieux, secretary

Contact Information:
Phone: 203-582-8588 or 1-800-462-1944
Fax: 203-582-3443
E-mail: gradfinaid@quinnipiac.edu
Mail: Quinnipiac University
Office of Graduate Financial Aid N1-GRD

275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518

Office Hours and Location:
Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Location: North Haven Campus, School of Health Sciences building, Upper Mezzanine, Room 260

Contact Us

Our mailing address:
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908

Admissions
Undergraduate admissions
203-582-8600
admissions@quinnipiac.edu

Transfer admissions
203-582-8600
transfer@quinnipiac.edu

Graduate admissions
203-582-8672
graduate@quinnipiac.edu

Part-time admissions
203-582-8612
part-timeadmissions@quinnipiac.edu

Law school admissions
203-582-3400
ladm@quinnipiac.edu

Bursar's Office
203-582-8650
bursar@quinnipiac.edu

Financial Aid
Undergraduate financial aid
203-582-8750
finaid@quinnipiac.edu

Graduate financial aid
gradfinaid@quinnipiac.edu

Part-time financial aid
finaid@quinnipiac.edu

Law school financial aid
lawfinaid@quinnipiac.edu

Human Resources/Careers @ Quinnipiac
203-582-8724
careers@quinnipiac.edu - employment related inquiries
humanresources@quinnipiac.edu - all other inquiries

Registrar
203-582-8695
registrar@quinnipiac.edu

Residential Life/Housing
203-582-8666
residentiallife@quinnipiac.edu

Student Affairs
203-582-8735

Alumni Affairs
203-582-8610
alumni@quinnipiac.edu

Media Relations
203-582-5359
John.morgan@quinnipiac.edu


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