Quinnipiac University
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Undergraduate Admissions

Spring Semester Applicants

On some occasions, students might choose to apply to begin their studies in the spring semester.* Below is information about navigating the application process for spring applicants.

How to Apply



The Common Application, Coalition Application and Quinnipiac Application are available for Spring and Fall admission. We strongly encourage you to use the Common Application.

Apply Using the Common App


Apply Using the Coalition App


Apply Using the Quinnipiac App


Submit your official documents

  • Please have a final high school transcript showing proof of graduation sent to our office by November 15. Any attendance at a college or university, no matter how brief, must be documented and official college transcripts must be provided.

Complete the FAFSA

Spring applicants must complete the FAFSA by November 15 for consideration for federal and Quinnipiac financial aid.

Quinnipiac’s FAFSA code is 001402.

Complete the FAFSA

We do not require a separate application or form to be considered for academic scholarships. The Admissions Office reviews all admitted students for scholarship qualifications and notifies students in their letters of acceptance of any need-based federal or Quinnipiac grants, eligibility for work-study, and the Federal Direct Stafford Loan program.

Learn more about financial aid


Check Your Status

You can check the status of your application, receipt of documents and the notification of our admission decision using our secure online system.

Check Your Application Status

Within 48 hours of submitting your application, you will receive an acknowledgement email that will contain instructions on how to access your status information and a temporary PIN. Please enter this number as your password. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be prompted to create your own password. If you don’t receive your temporary PIN, please click the “forgot password” link.


Join Our Community

If you are admitted, your matriculation fee and housing deposit are due by December 15 for the spring semester.

Make Your Deposit

*Please note that some majors have a fall start only. These include:

  • Accelerated dual-degree programs

  • BS in Health Science Studies / Doctor of Occupational Therapy (4+2)

  • BS in Health Science Studies / Doctor of Physical Therapy (3+3 and 4+3 tracks)

  • BS in Health Science Studies / MHS in Physician Assistant (4+27 months)

  • BS in Nursing (traditional)

  • BS in Radiological Sciences