Quinnipiac University will open at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 14. All classes will start at 10 a.m. and all university offices will open at 10 a.m.
Quinnipiac is closed on Thursday, Feb. 13, because of the snow. Classes will not meet in person; check online for possible communication from your professors.
Shelley R. Sadin has been named associate dean of professional and career development for the Quinnipiac University School of Law. “Shelley Sadin brings to this role enormous experience, enthusiasm, energy, warmth and wisdom,” said Jennifer Gerarda Brown, dean of the School of… Read More ›
Fernando Bermudez, who was released from a New York prison in 2009 after serving 18 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, will present “The Price of Being Wrong” which will kick off the “Dilemmas of Justice”… Read More ›
Today’s 10 a.m. undergraduate commencement ceremony for the School of Business and College of Arts and Sciences will be held outdoors on the academic quadrangle on the Mount Carmel Campus. At this time, the 3 p.m. commencement ceremony for the School of Communications, School of Health… Read More ›
The Holyoke, Mass. St. Patrick’s Day Parade, one of the world’s oldest and most respected St. Patrick’s Day parades, has named Christine Kinealy its 2013 Ambassador Award recipient. Kinealy is a visiting scholar in residence at Quinnipiac University and an… Read More ›
A message from David Barger, Chief of Public Safety: There are lots of people who see students on Spring Break as easy targets. Don’t become a victim. Here are a few things to remember to stay safe. PERSONAL PROPERTY Take… Read More ›
From our archives: University remembers former President Jimmy Carter’s 2007 campus visit on this Presidents Day
Former President Jimmy Carter visited Quinnipiac in September 2007 to accept the first Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award for his efforts to establish peace and bring about nuclear disarmament. The award presentation and Carter’s talk afterward were sponsored by the Albert… Read More ›
All classes are canceled and all university offices will remain closed on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Your patience is appreciated as Facilities works to clear our three campuses. See more photos and enter our special snowcentric #quphotochallenge, which has been extended… Read More ›
The Greater New Haven area is expecting a significant snowfall, starting Friday, Feb. 8, and continuing into Saturday, Feb. 9. The snow is expected to be heavy Friday afternoon and evening and may accumulate up to 24 inches. The University’s… Read More ›