What began as a two-month partnership among 29 Quinnipiac students and a reporter from WTNH-TV turned into a life-changing experience for one junior journalism major. Sarah Doiron and her peers from Professor Amy Walker’s class conducted interviews and research on… Read More ›
Due to the inclement weather, Quinnipiac University offices will open and classes will start at 9:30 a.m. today. Shuttles are operating with delays.
Quinnipiac is closed on Monday, Feb. 8, because of the storm. Please check online for possible communication from professors. University offices will remain closed throughout the day. 2:20 p.m. update: Shuttle service suspended for rest of day Shuttle service will remain… Read More ›
Jan. 24, 2016 — The university is operating normally today. Students may continue to move back on to our campuses, but are urged to be careful when traveling. Please call 203-582-8666 with any questions regarding the move-in process. Shuttle services are operating normally… Read More ›
Our No. 1-ranked men’s ice hockey team rocked Madison Square Garden on Jan. 9 with a dramatic 5-4 overtime victory against Harvard. Here’s a view of the evening from our fans’ perspective.
In observance of Yom Kippur, the university will be closed on Wednesday, Sept. 23. The dining services will be on a modified schedule, as follows: Mount Carmel Dining Hall: 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. Bobcat Den: 11 a.m. to 11… Read More ›
To better help the members of our Class of 2019 get assimilated with Quinnipiac, we asked several alumni and upperclassmen what advice they have about making the most of their university experience. Here’s what they had to say: Be fearless in… Read More ›
Our Student Programming Board will unveil its Fall Fest concert lineup at noon on Sept. 9 in front of the Carl Hansen Student Center on the Mount Carmel Campus. The reveal celebration will continue through 2 p.m. In anticipation, we’re… Read More ›