Impressions Of
Quinnipiac University

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Quinnipiac University

To Attend

  • “The career office is really good. I think they really go out of their way to help students succeed. Especially the school of business goes above and beyond.”
  • “I like the class sizes. It’s very nice to be able to know the professors and not just be a name on the roster. [The student to faculty ratio is 16 to 1.]”
  • “The professors are very accommodating and willing to help and do what they can to make sure you succeed.”
  • “It’s a very pretty campus.”
  • “The academics are very good and you will leave with internships and a job.”[Quinnipiac has a 97.5% career placement rate among recent graduates.]

To Not Attend

  • “People here are very privileged. If you don’t like that, that can be a turn off as well. [Socioeconomically, 28% of students come from the top 5%.]”
  • “Public safety can be very strict.” [In the 2017-2018 academic year, Quinnipiac campus safety experienced an increase in liquor violations.]
  • “Although they offer programs for people who don’t want to participate in drinking, if you really don’t like to party, you’ll be really bored on Friday and Saturday night.”
  • “The food is bad.”
  • “If you want a bigger sports school with a big football team. Hockey is our biggest sport.”
  • “Living on York Hill Campus can be tough because it is separate from the main campus, and if you don’t live there you have to live off-campus. The housing situation junior and senior year in general can be wishy-washy because it’s cheaper to live off-campus than live on-campus.” [About 65% of students live on campus.]
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June 8, 2023

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