275 Mt Carmel Ave, Hamden, United States
The 10,290 (2017-18) students at Quinnipiac University live and study across three purpose-built campuses in Hamden and North Haven, Connecticut. At the York Hill Campus, students enjoy expansive views of New Haven and Long Island Sound while staying toasty during chilly winter weather in the ski-lodge style Rocky Top Student Center. Or they can cheer on the Bobcats, Quinnipiac's nationally ranked ice hockey and basketball teams, in the state of the art Sports Center.
Mount Carmel, the original campus, and the location of most of the residential halls, is located just half a mile away at the foot of Sleeping Giant Mountain. It includes the well-equipped Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center which supports hands-on training in all aspects of radio, television, journalism and multimedia production. North Haven is the location for Quinnipiac's third campus, a 100 acre property that is used primarily for graduate programs.
Quinnipiac University was founded in 1929 and offers over 100 programs delivered through the College of Arts and Sciences and eight professional schools including Schools of Law, Medicine and Engineering. It is one of only 30 universities in the United States who offer all three of these disciplines. The student-to-faculty ratio is 16 to 1.
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