At this point in the admissions cycle, applications have been read and decisions have been communicated to high school seniors who are considering Quinnipiac for the fall of 2016.
The focus now shifts to decision making regarding a place to spend four years learning and growing in a college environment. Making that final decision can be overwhelming for students and their families. To help make that decision less daunting, the office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting Admitted Student Days on Saturday April 2 and Sunday April 3 on our Mt. Carmel and North Haven campuses.
Students who have received their admissions decisions are encouraged to register for one of these days and visit us during this time.* Each Admitted Student Day event will provide students with direct access to faculty and students in their majors, as well as the opportunity to learn more about their areas of study and the range of opportunities available to them.
Along with these academic sessions, there will be representatives from all areas of student life and many of the student organizations. There is definitely life outside of the classroom and a Quinnipiac education combines the best academics with involvement in community service, leadership and fun.
*Students accepted to the Accelerated Nursing Program are only required to attend their orientation program in June, as stated in their acceptance letter.
Athletics plays a big part in our campus community with the #1 Quinnipiac Bobcats Men's Ice Hockey team heading to the Frozen Four for the second time in program history. The men's and women's hockey teams were profiled this week in Sports Illustrated.
This quote from Melissa Samoskevich, a freshman woman's hockey player echoes what most students say about Quinnipiac.
“I didn’t know I was going to fall in love with it like I did,” she says. “Once I stepped on campus, I got that feeling. It was awesome. I knew right away.”(http://www.si.com/nhl/2016/03/25/qunnipiac-hockey-2016-ncaa-hockey-tournament)
Here are some additional reasons that Quinnipiac could be the right place for accepted students.
The entry level Master's in Occupational Therapy program is rated number one in Connecticut by US News &And World Report
The Physician Assistant program is rated number one Connecticut and number 5 in the country by US News &And World Report
Military Times rated Quinnipiac as the number one "Best for Vets" college in Connecticut.
And of course, we can't forget the beauty of our campuses and the outstanding facilities and resources Quinnipiac University invests in our students.
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