Quinnipiac University

Over 8000 undergraduate, Graduate and law students attend Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. Founded in 1929, the University is primarily a residential campus with 80% of the incoming class coming from out-of-state, and 96% of the freshmen living on campus. The Mount Carmel campus of 250 acres includes academic, recreational and housing facilities for the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business and Engineering, Communications, Health Sciences, Nursing, Education and Law, and traditional, suite and apartment style housing for freshmen and sophomores. The nearby York Hill campus of 250 acres includes housing for juniors and seniors in apartments, the ‘lodge-like’ Rocky Top student center and the TD Bank Sports Center with twin arenas for hockey and basketball. A free campus shuttle brings students between the two campuses and to area conveniences, including the New Haven train station. The North Haven campus of 100 acres (former home of Anthem/Blue Cross) is a state-of-the-art facility for primarily graduate programs in Health Sciences, Nursing and Education, and is the site of the Frank H. Netter MD, School of Medicine.

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