A non-profit private higher education institution, Quinnipiac University was founded in1929. It is accredited

by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education od the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Extraordinary things happen here: We’re a nationally ranked private university with 3 campuses, a college of arts and sciences and 8 professional schools, 10,000 students and 50,000 alumni who live and work in 61 countries. Through academic innovation, a focus on the professions, and extensive experiential learning opportunities, we provide a springboard for your career success and enable you to make your impact on the world. RANKINGS: Top 13 % Quinnipiac's ranking among all 4-year schools nationally for value of education by The Economist and The Brookings Institution.  Our curriculum is based on market-driven knowledge and expertise. Here, you’ll learn what employers require from their employees — because that is what we teach. Our faculty members, a balance of PhDs and working professionals, are distinguished by the personal investment they make in your success. We'll give you the tools, the mentoring and the platform to launch a rewarding career. 96,95 Percentage of Quinnipiac graduates who were either employed or in advanced education programs 6 months after graduation, 2.1% Percentage of universities in the United States, like Quinnipiac, that have both a medical school and a law school.  UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE: 10K: Undergraduate and Graduate Students 10,290 students are enrolled in our College of Arts and Sciences and 8 professional schools with a student-to-faculty ratio of 16 to 1, 43: Number of states our undergraduates call home. They also represent 53 countries. Our graduate population comes from 45 different states and 14 countries. 13% Top Offers courses and programs leading to bachelor degrees, master degrees, doctorate degrees in several areas of study.  Mascot :  Boomer the Bobcat Ranking: Quinnipiac's ranking among all 4-year schools nationally for value of education by The Economist and The Brookings Institution.

Our approach is unique in higher education. Through a combination of academic theory and experiential learning, we deliver an education that advances on the traditional university-learning model to better meet what the market demands.  It’s incredibly gratifying to be able to put into action what I’ve learned in my classes to help patients overcome a variety of injuries or impairments.

A WORLD-SIZED CLASSROOM: We’ll show you the world. You’ll find your place in it.  From campus to local communities to countries around the globe, our programs will deeply immerse you in learning experiences. You could teach in the highest-need, most diverse elementary schools in New England, provide health screenings in Haiti, study abroad in Florence or assist on an archaeological dig in an ancient burial ground in southeastern Hungary. You could make microloans to cottage businesses in Nicaragua, or intern with a global media company in LA. The experiences will change you and leave you well prepared for a successful career.


Location & Facilities

Hamden, Connecticut, 3 Campuses, purposefully designed with the student experience in mind in 600 total idyllic acres to explore: Find your fit: Almost all first-year students live on campus. From traditional residence halls, suites and apartment-style living to unique Living-Learning Communities, you'll find your home here. Explore your passions: From 20 fraternities and sororities and 6 student media organizations to arts, political, cultural and spirit groups, you’ll never be bored.  Across our 3 campuses, you be surrounded by our state-of-the-art facilities and caring faculty, where you will experience living in the beauty and charm of southern New England. Each of our campuses has been purposely designed to deliver the quintessential student experience with your learning at its core.  Our Mount Carmel Campus is home to most of our first- and second-year students,. The picturesque quad at the foothills of the Sleeping Giant Mountain is where many students first fall in love with our university. The sprawling lawns lead to the Carl Hansen Student Center, our network of academic classroom buildings and the 600-seat Arnold Bernhard Library. Recreation is a big part of living at Quinnipiac. We offer an Athletic and Recreation Center with a suspended track, tennis and basketball courts, top-of-the-line fitness equipment and an ever-evolving lineup of group fitness classes. You also could join one of our many recreational groups, an intramural sports team, initiate a game of beach volleyball or take a hike at Sleeping Giant State Park across the street. Living in Southern New England means you're never far from top recreational choices or the culture of major cities. Whether it's skiing some of the best mountains in the Northeast, or grabbing dinner and seeing an off-Broadway show in downtown New Haven, you'll enjoy all that the region has to offer.  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 and develop lifelong friendships.  Our York Hill Campus offers breathtaking 360-degree views of New Haven, Long Island Sound, Sleeping Giant State Park and the surrounding rolling countryside. But you'll quickly realize that the campus is more than just postcard-quality views; it's about offering all of the niceties of home in our state-of-the-art facilities.  The Rocky Top Student Center, modeled after a European ski lodge, sits atop the campus. Featuring a fitness center, dining hall, meeting spaces and a 2-story stone fireplace located at the social heart of the building, it is a great place to both unwind and be productive. Surrounding the facility are our Crescent, Eastview and Westview residence halls, offering apartment-style housing for upper-class students.  Our TD Bank Sports Center is regularly packed to capacity with fans of BobcatNation. The facility, recognized by the Boston Globe for its world-class amenities, features dual arenas that are home to our Division I men's and women's basketball and ice hockey programs.  Our North Haven Campus is home to our undergraduate and graduate education, health sciences, law, medicine and nursing schools. With each of the five professional schools in one sprawling building, hands-on, interdisciplinary learning comes naturally. Our state-of-the-art facilities help to 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 cutting-edge SIM and biomechanics labs from your earliest days in our health sciences, medicine and nursing programs. Our Ceremonial Courtroom in the School of Law prepares our students for careers in litigation while also hosting major events, including Connecticut Supreme Court hearings last fall.  The world is our campus: In addition to our 3 primary campuses in Connecticut, our tight, diverse community extends across the country and around the world. From Maynooth University in Ireland to production studios in Los Angeles, you can pursue your passion — wherever that may take you.


List of Departments (Faculties)

We’ve got a program for that

Whatever you aspire to be — a doctor, a lawyer, a teacher, a software engineer, a physical therapist — we can help you get there. Our broad liberal arts core compliments deep expertise delivered across our 100-degree programs to provide an education that equips you for an extraordinary career. From civil engineering and nursing to journalism and accounting, you can find your passion here.

DEGREES: Undergraduate , Graduate , Medicine, Law.


Courses offered

PROGRAMS: ARTS & HUMANITIES: Bachelor and Master. BUSINESS & SOCIAL SCIENCES: Bachelor and Master, LANGUAGE & CULTURAL STUDIES: Bachelor and Doctorate, MEDICINE & HEALTH: bachelor, master, Doctorate, ENGINEERING,  SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: Bachelor and Master.

Undergraduate Majors. Behavioral Neuroscience, ,Biochemistry,Biology, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Economics, English, Game Design and Development, Gerontology, History, Independent Majors, Interdisciplinary Studies, Law in Society, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish Language & Literature, Theater

Undergraduate Minors: Anthropology, Asian Studies (interdisciplinary minor), Biology, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Dispute Resolution, Economics, English, Fine Arts, French, Game Design and Development, Gerontology, Global Public Health (interdisciplinary minor), History, History and Philosophy of Science (interdisciplinary, minor),International Studies (interdisciplinary minor),Irish Studies (interdisciplinary minor), Italian, Law in Society, Legal Studies, Middle Eastern Studies (interdisciplinary minor), Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish ,Sports Studies (interdisciplinary minor), Theater, Women's and Gender Studies (interdisciplinary minor)

Dual-Degree Program: Combined BS/MS in Molecular and Cell Biology

Graduate Program: Master of Science in Molecular and Cell Biology

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES: College of Arts & Sciences, College of Professional Studies, School of Business, School of Communications, School of Education, Engineering, School of Health Sciences, School of Law, Medicine, and School of Nursing

Graduate Programs: Our 33 graduate programs and 17 Dual-degree programs cover the most sought after fields of study today. What makes Quinnipiac unique is that we offer thousands of hands-on opportunities — on campus and around the world — for you to explore and deepen your passion, apply your knowledge and gain adaptable, flexible skills that prepare you for a lifetime. 4th Nationally ranked

Quinnipiac School of Law’s national ranking for value and quality of education, according to Super Lawyers, and our physician assistant program’s national ranking, 5th Widely recognized, according to U.S. News & World Report.  Schools.: Arts and Sciences, Business, Communications, Education, Health Sciences, Nursing, The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, School of Law: With eight concentrations in disciplines including intellectual property, health law, international policy and criminal law and advocacy, our JD program is as varied as the law itself. We offer dual-degrees in business, environmental law and social work, plus a master of laws (LLM) program and a health care compliance certificate. If you know early on that you want to earn your JD, our innovative (3+3) BA/JD or BS/JD program allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree and complete law school in six years.

TUITION: Indicative Prices for undergraduate: Freshmen Resident: Tuition** $44,420 + Student Fees

$1,680 + Technology Fees $680 + Room & Board $14,190, Total Direct Costs $60,970. Indirect costs: estimate for books $800 + Personal Expenses $1,200 + transportations costs $800, Total Indirect Costs: $ 2, 800-  Total Cost of attendance $60,970 +  $ 2, 800: $ 63, 770. *Indicates figures are a result of a “weighted average”, **Tuition figures assume a student is taking 12-16 credits per semester. Credits taken in excess of 16 are billed at $1,020 per credit, Amounts listed for books, personal and transportation are estimated allowances that are not part of a student’s bill. GRADUATE COSTS: Tuition for graduate programs is based on a per credit-hour tuition rate for both full and part-time students. All students taking traditional (on ground) courses will be assessed a student fee.  Inquire at the Office the amounts.



SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID. Scholarships are awarded to incoming students through the admissions office and there are no separate applications to complete for scholarship consideration.  Students are notified of their award in their letter of acceptance, and scholarships are renewable for up to four years of undergraduate study (or until the student achieves their bachelor's degree) as specified below, or as indicated otherwise on the initial scholarship letter. The amount of the award remains the same for each year.



semester: fall (mid-august), Spring term (beginning January.