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|Actuarial Science||x|| || |
|Advertising||x|| || |
|Applied Mathematics, General||x|| || |
|Athletic Training/Trainer||x|| || |
|Biochemistry||x|| || |
|Biological and Physical Sciences||x|| || |
|Biology/Biological Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Broadcast Journalism||x|| || |
|Business Administration and Management, General||x|| || |
|Business/Managerial Economics||x|| || |
|Chemistry, General||x|| || |
|Child Development||x|| || |
|Cinematography and Film/Video Production||x|| || |
|Civil Engineering, General||x|| || |
|Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other||x|| || |
|Comparative Literature||x|| || |
|Computer Graphics||x|| || |
|Computer Science||x|| || |
|Computer Software Engineering||x|| || |
|Criminal Justice/Safety Studies||x|| || |
|Developmental and Child Psychology||x|| || |
|Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General||x|| || |
|Economics, General||x|| || |
|Education, General||x|| || |
|English Language and Literature, General||x|| || |
|Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies||x|| || |
|Film/Cinema/Video Studies||x|| || |
|Finance, General||x|| || |
|Gerontology||x|| || |
|History, General||x|| || |
|Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General||x|| || |
|Human Services, General||x|| || |
|Industrial Engineering||x|| || |
|International Business/Trade/Commerce||x|| || |
|International Relations and Affairs||x|| || |
|Journalism||x|| || |
|Legal Assistant/Paralegal||x|| || |
|Legal Studies, General||x|| || |
|Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies||x|| || |
|Marketing/Marketing Management, General||x|| || |
|Mass Communication/Media Studies||x|| || |
|Mathematics, General||x|| || |
|Mechanical Engineering||x|| || |
|Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology||x|| || |
|Occupational Therapy/Therapist||x|| || |
|Physical Therapy/Therapist||x|| || |
|Physician Assistant||x|| || |
|Physiological Psychology/Psychobiology||x|| || |
|Political Science and Government, General||x|| || |
|Pre-Dentistry Studies||x|| || |
|Pre-Law Studies||x|| || |
|Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies||x|| || |
|Pre-Veterinary Studies||x|| || |
|Psychology, General||x|| || |
|Public Relations/Image Management||x|| || |
|Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer||x|| || |
|Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse||x|| || |
|Sales, Distribution, and Marketing Operations, General||x|| || |
|Social Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Sociology||x|| || |
|Spanish Language and Literature||x|| || |
|Teacher Education, Multiple Levels||x|| || |
|Visual and Performing Arts, General||x|| || |
|Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design||x|| || |
The University offers more than 58 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate programs in business, communications, engineering, health sciences, nursing, liberal arts and sciences, education, law and medicine. Undergraduate programs at Quinnipiac offer a dynamic combination of classroom and hands-on learning through internships or clinical experiences designed to prepare students for career entry or advanced studies. (30% of our students remain at Quinnipiac to earn their graduate degrees.) Opportunities for student research as well as study abroad experiences further enhance students’ academic and personal growth at Quinnipiac.
With a student to faculty ratio of 16:1 and average class size of about 25, Quinnipiac provides an ideal environment where professors know their students by name and are readily accessible to each of them both in and out of the classroom.
Quinnipiac offers plenty of opportunities to get involved in campus life with more than 120 student clubs and organizations offering something for just about every interest, from academics to politics to community service and spiritual growth. Greek life is also available through nine national fraternities and sororities. There is always something happening on campus including a variety of events hosted by the University, the student programming board and various student clubs and organizations.
The newly expanded Carl Hansen Student Center is the hub of many student activities on the Mt. Carmel campus, as is the new Rocky Top Student Center on our nearby York Hill campus. Both centers are home to various student clubs as well as student government, social programming boards, and the Office of Campus Life.
95% of freshmen live on campus. Housing is guaranteed to all undergraduate full-time students and options include: traditional residence halls with doubles, quads and suites for freshmen housing, and suite-style apartments (some with kitchens) or townhouse-style housing, apartments, and university owned houses for juniors and seniors.
Facilities and Resources
Quinnipiac’s leading edge facilities enhance and enrich students’ learning. Examples include a financial technology center and simulated trading floor, a fully-digital high-definition television broadcast and production studio, a variety of cutting-edge engineering labs, and the state-of-the-art Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences which includes 325,000 square feet of professional grade facilities designed for collaborative learning for students pursuing degrees in medicine, nursing and the health professions. The university’s academic buildings have won several awards for design; they offer students ample space for discussion, hands-on learning, teamwork, and access to the latest technology. All campus buildings and residence halls are supported by a wireless computer network.
The Arnold Bernhard Library, open 24 x 7 during the fall and spring semesters, offers automated library systems, more than 100 personal computer workstations, 600 data ports and wireless access, and individual study carrels and team study rooms.
Athletics / Sports
Quinnipiac University offers 21 NCAA varsity sports, most in Division I, and is a member of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), except men's and women's ice hockey, which belong to the ECAC league.
Men’s teams: baseball, basketball, cross-country, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer and tennis
Women’s teams: acrobatics and tumbling, basketball, cross-country, field hockey, ice hockey, golf, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball, indoor track, outdoor track; and 14 intramural sports for men and women.
Athletic facilities include a multi-purpose gymnasium, locker rooms, training rooms, steam room, and a 24,000-square-foot, fully-equipped recreation and fitness center, with a suspended indoor track and outdoor lighted tennis courts plus, on the nearby York Hill campus, the TD Bank Sports Center with twin 3500-seat arenas for exciting Bobcats ice hockey and basketball. The Rocky Top Student Center offers a fully-equipped fitness center, along with Spinning® and dance studios.
Financial Aid / Tuition
For the 2015-16 academic year, tuition and fees are $42,270. and room and board costs are $14,820.
Financial aid is essential for many students to attend college. Our goal is to help make Quinnipiac as affordable as possible. Eighty percent of our students receive some form of financial aid. Families need to file the FAFSA (school code: 001402) and the CSS Profile form (school code: 3712) by March 1. The CSS Profile form is used to determine eligibility for institutional grant aid and is not required for a student to receive an institutional scholarship or federal student aid.
The University awards merit-based scholarships, ranging from $9000 to $23,000, to incoming freshmen. Awards are based on high school rank in class and SAT (critical reading plus math) or ACT composite scores.
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High school students should begin applying for admission early in their senior year. A completed application consists of the application form (electronic or Common application), official high school transcript, official SAT I test scores (or ACT), first quarter grades, personal essay, and one letter of recommendation. Admissions will select the highest (critical reading plus math or ACT composite) scores for admission or merit aid.
The admissions office begins reviewing applications as they become complete and begins notifying students of admission decisions in early January. Students applying for the physical therapy, nursing and physician assistant programs should apply by November 15. We recommend February 1 as the deadline for all other applicants. An ‘Early Decision’ option also is offered, which is binding, for freshmen applicants in all programs. Students applying ‘Early Decision’ must file their application by November 1, followed by their application supporting materials, test scores and letter of recommendation, and submit first quarter grades when they are available. In general, Quinnipiac admits between 55-60% of our applicants.
Please visit our website for more information about the application process and our early decision option.
Other Cool Facts
COME VISIT US!:
The best way to get to know more about Quinnipiac is to visit our campus. Enjoy a student-led campus tour, attend a group information session or open house event and/or schedule an individual interview. Register for any of the above through our convenient online appointment calendar, which you can find on our website.
November 1 – Early Decision deadline
September 26 (2015) – OPEN HOUSE
November 15 – Application deadline for freshmen Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy and Nursing applicants
October 17 (2015) – OPEN HOUSE
November 14 (2015) – OPEN HOUSE
December 15 – Application deadline [spring semester]
February 1 – Application deadline [fall semester]