Quinnipiac University says
Quinnipiac University is a private, coeducational university enrolling approximately 7,100 undergraduate and 2,900 graduate students. Consistently ranked among the best universities by U.S. News and World Report, Quinnipiac (pronounced KWIN-uh-pe-ack) offers 58 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate programs in business, engineering, communications, liberal arts and sciences, health sciences, nursing, education, law and medicine.
Quinnipiac is located in the heart of New England, about 90 minutes from New York City and two hours from Boston. The University's Mount Carmel campus, adjacent to Sleeping Giant Mountain in Hamden, Connecticut, is an architectural gallery of modern brick buildings and sweeping lawns. This campus is home to freshmen and sophomore residence halls, academic buildings, the main library, university offices, a recreation complex and athletic fields.
The York Hill campus, located just a half mile away, is home to the University Sports Center with 3000-seat twin arenas for basketball and ice hockey; the lodge-like Rocky Top Student Center, residence halls for upperclassmen, and panoramic views of the surrounding area.
The North Haven campus, just 5 miles away, is home to the Schools of Health Sciences, Nursing, Education, Law and Medicine.
State-of-the-art facilities include the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center (School of Business), Computerized Engineering Lab (School of Engineering), digital high-definition broadcast studio and 4-k editing suite (School of Communications), diagnostic imaging suite, 48-station pro-section anatomy lab, suite of patient simulators (Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences). Quinnipiac is also home to the nationally renowned Quinnipiac University Polling Institute and the Albert Schweitzer Institute.
At the heart of Quinnipiac is its commitment to teaching and collaboration. Quinnipiac fosters partnerships among students and faculty and is a spirited, welcoming campus community.