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Admitted undergraduate students to Quinnipiac University

Undergraduate Admissions

Admitted Students

Congratulations and Welcome to Quinnipiac!

These are exciting times to become a part of the Quinnipiac community. Over the next few months, we have an engaging collection of events planned to help you celebrate your acceptance into Quinnipiac and show you why we believe you will love it here. The first set of activities to put on your calendar are the Admitted Student Celebrations planned for January through March. We're here to help you as you transition into becomming part of the Bobcat family.

You’re In! Take the Next Step.

So, What’s Next?

Here is where we will keep you posted about upcoming events from your school, residential life, student government, financial aid and everything else you need to know. We'll also send you email reminders about relevant events, too. 

January to March
March and April
  • File your FASFA by March 1, if you have not already done so
  • Attend Academic Preview Days, financial aid information sessions and student life events
May
June 2021
  • Request your final transcripts and proof of graduation from your high school
  • Send us your official test scores (if you self-reported your scores and haven't sent official scores yet)
  • Send your Advanced Placement (AP) scores (if applicable) and any college transcripts of work completed while in high school
  • Submit your immunization, physical and incoming health history forms (watch for an email)
  • Attend one of our Orientation sessions

Have questions? We’d love to hear from you.

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Student Experience

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Student Life

Learn more about student experience at Quinnipiac, including clubs and organizations, dining, support services, and fitness and recreation opportunities.

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First-Year Housing Options

We’ve designed our residence halls and campus amenities to be welcoming and supportive spaces where you'll thrive.

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Residential Experience

The First-Year Residential Experience (FYRE) at Quinnipiac provides a dynamic, engaging and supportive environment for you to transition to college life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to the questions admitted students commonly have about Quinnipiac. Please contact us if you need more information.

All students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for all forms of financial aid. The FAFSA can be filed online.

Quinnipiac's FAFSA code is 001402.

File FAFSA

Early-decision students, who have a February 1 deposit deadline and are seeking financial aid, must file the FAFSA as soon as possible to confirm their eligibility for need-based federal and/or Quinnipiac grant aid.

Please visit the Financial Aid page for details.

Undergraduate Tuition and Financial Aid

You'll receive a letter from the Office of Financial Aid when your offer is ready to be viewed online. Click on the “Financial aid award” link to see your award. If you filed the FAFSA and no award appears, please check with the financial aid office to see if we are missing any information by calling 203-582-8750.

Financial aid offer notification

All admitted first-year students are given consideration for merit-based scholarships and recipients are notified in their letter of acceptance. Scholarships are based on our review of your rank in class and highest critical reading plus math SAT scores or the highest ACT composite score.

If your high school does not provide a rank in class, we will estimate where your GPA places you within your class based on academic information available through your high school, so please check with your counselor if you’re not sure how your grade point average compares with others in the class.

Learn more about scholarships and grants

The Honors Program coordinates unique opportunities to express and support intellectual curiosity and academic leadership. The program selects incoming first-year students to participate in this enriching and engaging community. Interested students fill out a brief application with a personal statement reflective of their interest in the program.

Learn more about the Honors Program

Housing is guaranteed for the first 3 years and on a space-available basis in the senior year. First-year students will be housed in the Ledges, the Commons, Irma, Dana and Mountainview. You’ll fill out a roommate inventory questionnaire as part of your orientation information. Once your deposit is received, you’ll receive your housing and roommate assignments in January for spring entrants, and on August 1 for fall first years.

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New first-year students entering Quinnipiac in the Fall 2021 semester are required to live in campus housing for their first 3 years of study. In general, first-year and sophomore students live on the Mount Carmel Campus and upperclass students live on the York Hill Campus, in the Whitney Village apartments or in university-owned houses. 

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Join Us!

Submit Your Deposit

Early-decision students: February 1, 2021 — Nonrefundable matriculation fee/housing deposit due for the fall semester.
First-year students: May 1, 2021 — Nonrefundable matriculation fee/housing deposit due for the fall semester.* The deposit is nonrefundable after May 1.

Make Your Deposit

*You may submit a matriculation fee/housing deposit fee waiver form if you have been offered a Federal PELL Grant as part of your financial aid package or are a VA benefit-eligible veteran or dependent.

Learn more about the fee waiver