Quinnipiac is known for its state-of-the-art facilities and beautiful architecture. Our three campuses are each distinctive, yet closely connected as one university community.
The Mount Carmel Campus, resting in the shadow of Sleeping Giant Mountain in Hamden, Conn., is an architectural gallery of modern brick buildings and sweeping lawns, with a soaring clock tower above the library. This campus is home to most of our residence halls, academic buildings, University offices and athletic fields. You'll also find the Albert Schweitzer Institute and the Peter C. Hereld House for Jewish Life here.
Our York Hill Campus, located 1/2 mile from the Mount Carmel Campus in Hamden, is home to the Rocky Top Student Center, our newest residence halls, a parking garage and the TD Bank Sports Center.
Quinnipiac's 104-acre North Haven Campus is home to the School of Health Sciences, the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, the School of Nursing and the School of Education. In Fall 2014, renovations will be complete on a state-of-the-art facility for the School of Law, currently located on the Mount Carmel Campus.
Mount Carmel Campus
The Albert Schweitzer Institute, located at 660 New Road, focuses on health, humanitarian and peace efforts; supports health care development in underserved areas; and seeks to motivate young people to serve the community. The institute often hosts art exhibits and lectures. More about the institute
The Arnold Bernhard Library offers individual carrels, tables, soft seating and rocking chairs with magnificent views of campus. It has 600 seats, 13 group rooms, a 30-seat classroom, more than 60 public computer terminals and wireless Internet access for laptop computers. The building is also home to the Learning Commons, which offers academic support and tutoring, and the Technology Center, where students go for tech support for their laptops and mobile devices and other technology needs. More about the library
The Athletic and Recreation Center houses the gymnasium, free weights, strength and cardiovascular equipment, exercise rooms, tennis/basketball/volleyball courts and a suspended running track. It’s also home to the Sports Medicine Center. More about the Athletic and Recreation Center
The Carl Hansen Student Center is the site of our Mount Carmel dining hall, a post office, the campus bookstore, meeting and event space and offices for student organizations, including suites for Greek organizations and student media. The center also features a piazza with comfortable seating and a fireplace. More about the Carl Hansen Student Center
The Clarice L. Buckman Center and Theater houses classrooms, laboratories and rehearsal space for theater students. The Buckman Theater is used for drama productions, dance company shows, lectures and special presentations.
The Echlin Center houses faculty offices, classrooms and seminar rooms. The Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions and the Financial Aid Office occupy the first floor of the building.
The Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center contains a fully digital high-definition television studio superior to those even at major networks. In addition you’ll find radio production studios, digital video editing suites, Web design workstations and a news technology center modeled after a working newsroom. More about the Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center
At the Lender School of Business Center, television monitors display breaking financial news. Rooms designed for case and team study allow for group projects. The center houses numerous classrooms, the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center and the Mancheski Executive Seminar room.
Peter C. Hereld House for Jewish Life, located at 560 New Road, features a living room with a fireplace and television, a rabbi's study, a deck and two conference rooms. More about Hereld House and spiritual life at Quinnipiac
Our 31 residence halls all have wireless Internet access and offer a variety of living styles, from suites to townhouses to apartments, and include attractive and flexible furnishings. Learn more
The Dean Robert W. Evans College of Arts and Sciences Center is comprised of three buildings situated within a towering pine forest. The buildings house various classrooms and offices as well as the Black Box Theater. More about the College of Arts and Sciences
The School of Law Center has a number of facilities of interest to law students. More about law school facilities
Tator Hall houses classrooms and computer laboratories for general academic use. The facility also features dedicated space for the University's growing engineering programs, including a Computer-Aided Engineering Lab and an Active Classroom for Engineering.
York Hill Campus
TD Bank Sports Center
This 185,000-square-foot facility features basketball and hockey arenas joined by a common lobby area and the University club. The center also includes offices, locker rooms, club and premium seating, conference and meeting rooms, storage and weight-training facilities. More about the TD Bank Sports Center
The Crescent and Westview Residence Hall
This apartment-style residence hall features full kitchens, double occupancy bedrooms, large common lounges and multiple team study rooms. More about the Crescent and Westview Residence Hall
Eastview Residence Hall
The air-conditioned apartments in Eastview offer full kitchens, furnished common rooms and private bathrooms. The building features several different apartment styles, all with some single rooms, plus roof-top lounges. More about Eastview Residence Hall
Rocky Top Student Center
The new Rocky Top Student Center features a 500-seat cafeteria and adjoining common room with fireplace, post office, computer support services, fitness center, activity and meeting rooms and a security office. More about the center
The Townhouses at York Hill Residence Hall
The Townhouses at York Hill feature 21 apartments, each with three double bedrooms, a full-sized kitchen, a large furnished living room and a bathroom. More about The Townhouses
North Haven Campus
Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
The 325,000-square foot Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences is home to the schools of health sciences, medicine and nursing. The three schools are united not only in the same state-of-the-art complex but by the same mission: to graduate medical and health care practitioners who will be the driving force for a more collaborative, economical and efficient health care system.
The facility offers simulation and teaching laboratories; examination and patient assessment rooms; high-tech classrooms and study spaces; operating rooms; a SimMan® suite of life-size patient simulators; and a model apartment to teach students how to provide care in residential settings.
School of Education
The School of Education occupies 5,600 square feet in a suite of rooms overlooking the North Haven Campus' landmark pond and fountain. The space is designed specifically for budding teachers. Two specially equipped classrooms feature touch-screen SMART Boards as well as cabinet and storage space for curriculum materials. Classes take place in these two rooms and in other classrooms on the North Haven Campus. Learn more
School of Law (Fall 2014)
A state-of-the-art new School of Law Center is currently under renovation on the North Haven Campus. Slated to open in Fall 2014, this facility will become the new home for the law school, which is currently located on the Mount Carmel Campus. The innovative new facility will showcase forward-thinking features that inspire collaboration and connection, like an abundance of team study rooms and greatly expanded space for QU Law's extensive legal clinics. Learn more
The Department of Psychology's Center for Psychological Research is located at 485 Sherman Avenue in Hamden. The center includes three research rooms and a large lower level that serves as a work space for research assistants and group meetings.
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum is located at 3011 Whitney Avenue in Hamden. The museum serves as home to Quinnipiac's collection of visual art, artifacts and printed materials relating to the starvation and forced emigration that occurred throughout Ireland from 1845 to 1852. Learn more
Quinnipiac University Polling Institute
The home of the nationally recognized Polling Institute is located at 60 West Woods Road, just across Whitney Avenue from the entrance to the Mount Carmel Campus. More about the institute
Quinnipiac University Online This facility, located at 3093 Whitney Avenue in Hamden, houses the offices for the University's online academic programs. More about Quinnipiac University Online
WQUN - Quinnipiac's commercial radio station is located at 3085 Whitney Avenue in Hamden. More about WQUN