Community service is woven into the fabric of Quinnipiac's culture.
Our student organizations and Greek chapters regularly engage in a variety of service projects in the community. From canned food drives to neighborhood cleanups, there's always an opportunity to get involved.
Our Alternative Spring Break program allows Quinnipiac students to students to dedicate their break to making a difference, while learning about themselves, their classmates and the pressing needs of our communities.
Quinnipiac also takes part in "The Big Event," a nationwide day of community service when colleges and universities send teams out to volunteer in the community.
"Getting out there and doing community service is so significant, especially in the lives of students," said Emily Sarnoff '12. "It allows us to get out of ourselves and our busy hectic lifestyles, to give back to those who need our help the most."
Watch a video about The Big Event
Freshman Orientation offers incoming students the chance to get to know classmates, explore the campus and meet professors. This weekend event will ease your transition to college and spark your excitement about Quinnipiac.
Rocky Top Fitness Center
Offering a variety of cardiovascular machines, free weights and fitness classes, the Rocky Top Fitness Center is a great place for a workout.
The Carl Hansen Student Center
The Carl Hansen Student Center is the hub of student life on the Mount Carmel Campus. It's the place to grab lunch, check your mail, meet with friends and more.
Public Interest Law Project (PILP)
The Public Interest Law Project (PILP) supports students interested in providing quality legal representation for underrepresented individuals and communities.