Application Review Process
All complete applications are carefully reviewed by faculty members of the appropriate program and the director of admissions. The admissions committee makes a recommendation to the graduate admissions director. Once the final decision is made, the applicant is informed by graduate admissions.
Additional materials may be required by your intended program. It is your responsibility to make sure that all required application materials have been submitted.
All application materials become part of the permanent student record at Quinnipiac and will not be returned. Access to this material is limited under the Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Applicants who are not admitted or who are admitted and do not register do not have access to their application file.
If you would like the Graduate Admissions Office to correspond with a representative, other than yourself, regarding your application, please complete our third-party release form.
For your application to be considered complete, you must submit:
- The completed application form
- $45 application fee
- Letter of intent
- Two professional references
- Official postsecondary transcripts
Candidates holding degrees from foreign institutions must provide notarized English translations of their academic records.
- Course by course credential evaluation (WES or ECE Preferred)
- Official copy of your TOEFL or IELTS exam score or documentation of successful completion of ELS Level 112.
- Official Statement of Financial Support and supporting documentation
- A copy of your passport or national identification card
Incomplete Applications: Applications that are not complete by the specified date of the term for which admission is desired will be placed in an inactive status. A written request is needed to reactivate an application. Applicants whose files are more than one year old must reapply. Materials received from applicants who do not complete their application, who are not admitted or who are admitted and do not matriculate are held for one year before being destroyed.