Special Discounts + Other Benefits
Discounted Game Tickets
Alumni get a ten percent discount off the general public regular seating season ticket price or general public regular seating single-game ticket price for men's hockey and basketball games. For information, call 203-582-3905 or visit www.quinnipiacbobcats.com.
The Quinnipiac Bookstore offers a 10 percent discount to alumni on all clothing and gifts in the campus bookstore and the bookstore's Web site. The discount does not apply to textbooks, diploma frames, software, music, movies or class rings. Present your alumni card at the bookstore to receive this exclusive discount. Simply provide your name, class year and address and, upon verification, you will receive the discount. Visit the online bookstore. Questions? Contact the QU Bookstore at 203-582-8640 or email@example.com.
Alumni Career Center
Our Alumni Career Center offers a number of services to assist alumni in professional networking and career development. Go to the Alumni Career Center.
Arnold Bernhard Library Access
You are invited to visit the state-of-the-art Arnold Bernhard Library where you may:
- Perform an electronic search of library resources from library computers.
- Use QU's wireless network from your laptop.
- Print and make photocopies using a purchased guest card.
- Request assistance from the reference and circulation staff.
- Visit and view materials in the library's special collection about Ireland, An Gorta Mor: The Great Hunger. For more information, see http://www.thegreathunger.org/
Building access is limited to current students, faculty, and staff during nonservice hours. View library hours of operation. Alumni are also invited to visit the Arnold Bernhard Library's Web pages for news, information and access to public resources. For information, please call 203-582-3713.
Bobcat License Plates
Show your Bobcat spirit and support a great cause! The state of Connecticut offers wildlife conservation license plates, including one featuring the bobcat, an animal whose population was thought to be declining in Connecticut. Find out more from the Department of Environmental Protection.