The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations coordinates campus-wide efforts to build mutually beneficial relationships by matching corporate needs with appropriate campus resources. Ranked among the top U.S. universities for academics, Quinnipiac offers its corporate partners a broad range of opportunities matched to business needs such as recruiting, hiring, internships, research, events and continuing education. Corporate partners gain recognition and visibility by collaborating with Quinnipiac's exceptional students and dedicated faculty on campus and online.
Corporations interested in partnering with Quinnipiac may do so in a number of ways:
- Recruitment and Internships
- Faculty Experts
- Giving Opportunities
- Sponsorships and Events
- Academic Excellence and National Prominence
- Research and Programs
We welcome the opportunity to work with you!
For more information on how to get involved, contact:
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
Quinnipiac University (AH-DVP)
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908
Presidential Scholars and Student ScholarshipsQuinnipiac University's 11 institutes and centers offer specialized opportunities for collaboration. For example, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning is revitalizing and supporting science education in Connecticut's K-12 classrooms by increasing student proficiency and achievement in science, the pursuit of science careers, and overall science literacy.
Endowed scholarships strengthen the University by attracting and retaining the most promising candidates for admission without regard for their ability to pay the full tuition. An investment of $500,000 will be matched by Quinnipiac University to provide $50,000 income annually to cover the full cost of attendance. Endowed student scholarships begin at the $25,000 level and provide a minimum annual grant of $1,250 to qualified students. A minimum of $25,000 will endow a named scholarship in perpetuity. Annual scholarship funds may be established at any giving level. For further information on how scholarships impact the lives of our students, contact the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations.
Endowed faculty positions allow Quinnipiac University to attract and retain outstanding faculty and provide naming opportunities to the donor. A $1 million investment is a lasting legacy that will be matched by the University to provide $100,000 annually to support distinguished professorships. Other opportunities for faculty support include named professorships and fellowships.
Research and Programs
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations coordinates efforts to match corporate needs with Quinnipiac University resources to ensure mutually beneficial outcomes. Quinnipiac University is home to six schools and colleges that offer a full range of programs in arts and sciences, business, communications, education, health sciences and law.
Other opportunities for collaboration include our Writing Across the Curriculum program and the Center for Excellence and Service to Students.
For information about how your business can benefit from a relationship with Quinnipiac, contact Janet Headley, director of corporate and foundation relations at 203-582-3720 or email@example.com.