Quinnipiac University is a private, co-educational university located in Hamden, Connecticut. The school was founded in 1929 as the “Connecticut College for Women” and became co-ed in 1969. It now has over 8,600 undergraduate students enrolled with an average class size of 31 students.
The top majors at Quinnipiac are Business Administration and Management; Criminal Justice/Police Science; Communication Studies; Health Services Administration/Management; Psychology; Education and Human Development (early childhood); Elementary Education & Teaching.
Quinnipiac offers courses transferable to other colleges but also encourages you to complete your bachelor's degree at Quinnipiac if possible because they have great career placement opportunities after graduation.
Quinnipiac students live on campus with other students at the university and enjoy a variety of activities that are available to them. Students who prefer to commute from home can find off-campus housing close to the college in surrounding communities or apartment complexes.
The university has a variety of clubs and organizations to join if you're interested in something specific such as the Pre-Health Club or the Business Club. They also have an Honors Program where students can get involved with research projects, special events and conferences. They offer many scholarships for incoming freshman which makes it easier for them to afford tuition.