The Carl Hansen Student Center is home to an array of services for students. Newly renovated, the center features new suites for the University's media and Greek Life organizations, bigger meeting rooms and a large open area for the community to gather.
TD Bank operates a branch on campus where a representative is present from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday to provide a full range of products and services. The branch can be reached at 203-287-5109. There is also a 24-hour ATM available. A Q-Card machine is available to make transactions on your Q-Card account. Location: first floor.
Open to the Quinnipiac community and the public, the Quinnipiac Bookstore store carries textbooks, general books, school supplies, insignia, giftware, greeting cards, snacks and health and beauty aids. Location: first floor and second floor. Visit the bookstore website
Campus Reservations & Information
Students and visitors who wish to coordinate or locate events can access this information desk. Location: first floor.
Commuter lockers are available on the second floor on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested commuter students should contact the Department of Campus Life.
Recently renovated, the Mount Carmel Dining Hall provides plenty of tasty options, including Seattle's Best Coffee, Pizza Fusion, Au Bon Pain soup and Yan Can Cook. It features a variety of seating options and comfortable spaces for students to gather. Location: first and second floors. Learn more about dining options on campus
The home of all student mailboxes, the post office is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: first floor. Learn more about mail services.
The Office of Religious Life, staffed by a priest and a minister, provide opportunities for students to explore their spiritually and celebrate their faith. Location: second floor. The University rabbi's office is located in the Peter C. Hereld House for Jewish Life on the Mount Carmel Campus.
Student Organization Offices
The Carl Hansen Student Center boasts new space for student organizations, including suites for the University's media and Greek Life organizations, several meeting rooms and a media center for publicizing organizational events.
The Quinnipiac University van program provides transportation to and from approved locations between Boston and New York City for recognized student organizations, academic programs and institution-related and -supported activities. The University covers the cost of the van, gas and driver, but participants are responsible for parking and tolls. Requests are subject to availability. Reservations can be made through the Campus Reservations and Information desk. Location: first floor.
Watch a video tour of the new and improved Carl Hansen Student Center led by Daniel Brown, assistant dean and director of the student center. Watch now