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Working at Quinnipiac means you’ll be part of a welcoming and supportive community. You’ll be challenged and supported to succeed — both professionally and personally.

Quinnipiac Difference

Find a second family at Quinnipiac

There are countless opportunities in which to get involved at Quinnipiac.

As a member of our faculty or staff, you will be a vital member of the university community. Lace up your skates and take the ice at our M&T Bank Arena for a season of heart-pounding intramural ice hockey. Roll up your sleeves and perform community service with your colleagues and students as part of The Big Event. Or learn how to live a healthier lifestyle at one of our monthy health and wellness events.

Attend a conversation with a Nobel Laureate, participate in a Pilates class or learn a foreign language. Regardless of your choice, you will be supported by a dedicated and professional community.

Our students, faculty, and staff come together to innovate and transform their passions at Bobcat Nation

Encouraging Others

Our students, faculty, and staff come together to innovate and transform their passions at Bobcat Nation.


Faculty and staff high-five on the sidelines of a soccer match

Relationships inside and outside the classroom

Engineering faculty take on students in the third annual soccer game on the York Hill Campus. Here, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Angel Ari Perez high-fives a student on the sidelines.



Aerial view of the Mount Carmel Campus in spring

Mount Carmel Quad

The Mount Carmel Campus, pictured above, is one of our three campuses located in Hamden and North Haven. Our beautiful environment and state-of-the-art facilities will inspire you every day.


Working Environment

Our Campuses

3 campuses purposefully built for your success

Across our 3 campuses, you will meet other members of our dedicated and caring faculty and staff. You may interact with students, and have an impact on their learning. You'll get to work in our state-of-the-art buildings, and walk around the picturesque grounds, witnessing up close the beauty and charm of southern New England. Each of our campuses has been purposely designed to deliver the quintessential student experience.

The Mount Carmel Campus is home to many of our academic buildings, a student center, a recreation and fields, and first- and second-year student residence halls. The York Hill Campus offers idyllic views of the area, a student center, residence halls and the TD Bank Sports Center, home of the ice hockey and basketball teams. The North Haven Campus, located just 10 minutes from the Hamden campuses, is the heart of study for the Schools of Education, Health Sciences, Law, Medicine and Nursing, with state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and environments purposely designed for collaborative learning.

Our Location

Best of both worlds

Our southern New England location offers the charm and tradition of the region, with easy access to the culture and lifestyle of some of America‘s most interesting and vibrant cities.

Live the New England lifestyle by exploring the many local hiking and biking trails, visiting nearby seaside towns or apple picking at a local orchard. Just across the street from the Mount Carmel Campus is Sleeping Giant State Park, perfect for every ability level.

For a change of pace, we are located only 15 minutes from New Haven, where you will find a city bursting with energy and culture. Or jump on a train headed to New York City or Boston, which are both under 2 hours away.

New Haven skyline

Culture and nightlife at your doorstep

New Haven combines the colonial tradition of New England with the modern innovations of a major city.

Two Quinnipiac law students run over a bridge outdoors surrounded by trees.

Nature and inspiration within footsteps

Our 3 campuses are situated around several outdoor walking, hiking and biking trails, as well as state and town parks.


Yoga participants sit cross-legged in a circle in the grass beside the Sleeping Giant castle

Reaching new heights

Tami Reilly, associate athletic director for fitness and wellness, talks with students, faculty and staff participating in a hike up Sleeping Giant State Park. Participants begin at the foot of the scenic trails with a moment of guided meditation. When they reach the peak after the hike, the group practices guided yoga.



Wellness matters

Living Well and Virgin Pulse Wellness Program is a university-wide initiative to provide Quinnipiac University faculty and staff with tools, resources, and support to achieve their own wellness goals.

The Living Well team is dedicated to educating, motivating, and empowering individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices by offering a variety of on-campus wellness events, and maintaining a health and wellness website with health tips and resources for everyday use, including links for fitness classes (free for all faculty and staff), healthy recipes and other helpful resources. Our campuses are also tobacco-free to promote the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Employee wellness is an important part of our culture here. Employees can earn a variety of wellness incentives by participating in activities and challenges throughout the year.

The Business Council of Fairfield County has recognized QU for their understanding of the competitive advantage of promoting a healthy workforce and for offering a diverse range of programs.

Healthy Workplace Platinum Honoree 2018 The Business Council of Fairfield County logo
“Encouraging physical activity, promoting healthy eating choices and managing chronic illness are the cornerstones of success for this year’s honorees. Of interest to our panel of reviewers this year was the number of programs that broadened the definition of wellness to include financial and emotional health.”
Anthony Aguanno
Senior account executive, UnitedHealthcare and co-chair, The Business Council’s Wellness Roundtable

Our vision is to:

  • Provide QU faculty and staff with access to wellness resources and programs
  • Integrate a wellness philosophy across departments and campuses
  • Encourage and reward healthy choices
  • Make wellness fun
  • Engage faculty and staff in physical activity
  • Promote preventive health care
  • Empower individuals to take charge of their physical, mental and spiritual health
Employee sits in a chair and receives a professional massage during the annual benefits fair.
3 employees open an oven door and look inside to check on the food they made during a wellness event