Quinnipiac University (BOBCATS), Connecticut Campus & Infrastructure

Connecticut (Connecticut) Estd : 1929 Approved by : others
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Quinnipiac University consists of three campuses, the Mount Carmel and York Hill campuses in Hamden and the North Haven Campus in North Haven, just north of New Haven, Connecticut.

The oldest of these campuses is the Mount Carmel Campus, at the foot of Sleeping Giant State Park. The Arnold Bernhard Library, Carl Hansen Student Center, university administration, and many of the student residences are found on this campus.

York Hill, located on a hill about a half-mile from the Mount Carmel Campus, began with the development of the TD Bank Sports Center. In 2010 this was joined by a new student center as well as expanded parking and residence facilities as part of a $300 million expansion of the 250-acre (1.0 km2) campus.York Hill is a "green" campus, making use of renewable energy and environmentally friendly resources, including one of the first major wind farms integrated into a university campus.

In 2007, Quinnipiac acquired a 100-acre (0.40 km2) campus in North Haven, Connecticut, from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, and has been gradually converting it for use by graduate programs at the university.

Quinnipiac University opened the Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine in 2013.

  • Total Students 9000
  • Hostel Facility True

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