Campus Visits + Information Sessions
Finding the right graduate school takes time and research. It also means connecting with the right people.
Be sure to connect with Graduate Admissions at Quinnipiac if you're planning to visit our campuses and extensive facilities. Just email or call for information and planning for:
Campus visits: Contact Graduate Admissions before coming to our campuses in North Haven or Hamden for great information on what to see and do, details about directions and parking, and to set up an opportunity to talk with one of our Admissions representatives, if you choose. Reaching out to us ahead of time will help you plan the best possible campus visit. Contact a staff member in Graduate Admissions.
Information Sessions: Be sure to come to one of our Graduate Information Sessions. It's a great opportunity to learn more about our programs and meet with graduate admissions and financial aid representatives, graduate program directors, and other prospective graduate students.
Online Information Sessions: If you can't make it to one of our on campus events, please join us online. The online information session will allow you the opportunity to watch an information session and pose questions via the Internet. Its a great way to learn more about the program you are interested in and connect with the program director as well as graduate admissions and financial aid representatives, all while not having to worry about missing work/home/school.
- April 30, 2014 - Information session for graduate journalism and sports journalism programs - Register now
- June 17, 2014 - Graduate physician assistant program information session - Register now
- Oct. 15, 2014 - Information session for graduate programs in the School of Business and the School of Communications - Register now
- Nov. 8, 2014 -Graduate physician assistant program information session - Register now
- Nov. 8, 2014 - Information session for graduate programs in the School of Education, School of Health Sciences (excluding the physician assistant program), School of Nursing and the College of Arts and Sciences - Register now
A quick tip: Make sure to read up on the graduate program you're interested in and get a feel for requirements and curriculum before you connect or visit campus. Your conversations with our admissions representatives will be much more productive. View a list of Quinnipiac's graduate programs.
Graduate Admissions is based at Quinnipiac's 104-acre North Haven Campus. The expansive, state-of-the-art complex accommodates the University's growing number of graduate programs, and is home to Quinnipiac's schools of Health Sciences, Education, Nursing, and the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine. Graduate Admissions also maintains an office at Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel Campus, for students who are interested in an MBA or the graduate programs in journalism, public relations, or molecular and cell biology, all of which are based at the Mount Carmel Campus.
For more about Quinnipiac's campuses, check out the University's virtual tour. Find directions, maps and other details about visiting Quinnipiac here.
Connect with Graduate Admissions
Phone: 203-582-8672 or 800-462-1944
Graduate Admissions main office
Quinnipiac University North Haven Campus, Room 260
View directions to campus
Office of Graduate Admissions - NH-GRD
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1940