What was a typical Quinnipiac University student like in high school? Describe the type of person that should attend Quinnipiac University.

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Anonymous, Student, Quinnipiac University, Class of 2017

The typical Quinnipiac University student is someone who is relatively smart and who are willing to work hard with their school work, but also be able to relax and have fun at the same time. The classes at this university are very challenging and people who go to Quinnipiac should be good at time management and also be willing to try new things because of everything this university offers.

Anonymous, Student, Quinnipiac University, Class of 2018

Someone who was a good student and got good grades in high school, is friendly social and likes a smaller campus in beautiful New England setting.

Anonymous, Student, Quinnipiac University, Class of 2018

there is no typical category of student that is what is so great about the school the diversity of student population all differnt majors hang out together ..so many things to do

Anonymous, Student, Quinnipiac University, Class of 2018

A typical Quinnipiac student is someone who is dedicated to their studying and passionate about not only academic, but also extra curricular involvement. There are many academic programs offered at Quinnipiac, from medical practices, to business, to law, to education, and so on. Quinnipiac students not only spend their time trying to make full use of their academic knowledge, but also hone their social interests and skills through clubs, programs, and events that are offered through each academic school to help further studies and work experience, and integration into the campus community.

Anonymous, Student, Quinnipiac University, Class of 2018

A typical QU student in high school was an athlete who did somewhat well in school. They enjoyed partying and were typically more popular. To attend Quinnipiac, a person should be studious, but not to the point that they don't have any friends. They should be opinionated, but open to listening to other's opinions.

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