- Class: Junior
- Major: Other
- Gender: F
- High School: North Hunterdon HS
- Transfer Student: N
The campus is gorgeous, well-groomed. The faculty are well-trained and most have high reputations and degrees, outside of QU. On campus, most social life occurs in dorm rooms, but people are somewhat exclusive and clique-y. Off campus, most social life occurs in houses. On Thursdays and Saturdays, social life happens in nearby New Haven, where kids go to clubs. Bars are not aspopular til junior or senior year. There are several in Hamden but they are relatively strict about IDs. Hamden isn't much of a college town - no walking streets, cafes, little shops or small restaurants. There's the typical TGIFridays, Applebees, WalMart, grocery stores, Marshalls, TJMax, Old Navy. Most complaints are about the trendy-ness, cliquey-ness, and expensive cost of QU.
Mostly known for business and health science. The academic reputation if definately getting better and more competitive. Courses, of course, depend on professors and programs.
Very low diversity, but it's getting better. Mosty rich kids, but that's a stereotype that's getting better. Very apathetic, but this year in particular, that's getting better as kids are trying to change QU for the better. Politically, it's apathetic, too. Of those who voice themselves, seems to be about evenly split Democrat/Republican.
The Best Things
academic reputation (health science - occupational therapy)
The Worst Things