Quinnipiac University Community Relations

Opportunities and Resources for Students in Middle and High School

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Gaining College-Level Experience

Students have a number of opportunities available to explore topics of interest at the college level, build a portfolio of work within a field of interest and connect with Quinnipiac faculty, staff and other students. These include summer camps and taking courses for college credit through your high school. We'll also help you make a plan for college while you're still in high school.

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Scholarships for Hamden and North Haven Students

Quinnipiac is proud to be part of the Hamden and North Haven communities, and this scholarship is an important investment in the future talent of local students. Select admitted students who are residents of the town of Hamden or North Haven may be offered this award during the admissions process, in place of other academic scholarships.

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QU Advancing Diversity in Science (QUADS)

The purpose of the Quinnipiac University Advancing Diversity in Science (QUADS) program is to encourage high school students in Connecticut to develop science skills and knowledge through a place-based science education experience. Supported by secondary science teachers as well as student mentors and faculty at Quinnipiac, students will engage in activities designed to make sense of a community-based phenomenon or to solve a community problem.

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EQUIP Rehabilitation Clinic

Opened as a student-led clinic, Quinnipiac's EQUIP Rehabilitation center offers an array of additional physical therapy services accessible to the entire community including exercise classes, health and wellness education, health screenings, health fairs, involvement in adaptive sports, and customization of products for children with physical and cognitive impairments through the Go Baby Go Program.

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