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Part-Time Student Admissions

Part-Time Student Admissions

Advance your career while you continue to work

James Cournoyer, a part-time, engineering student in the computer information systems (CIS) program at Quinnipiac, works at the business he founded, Data-Link Corporation in South Meriden, Friday, Jan. 13, 2017.

Learning something new every day

James Cournoyer, a part-time, engineering student in the computer information systems (CIS) program at Quinnipiac, works at the business he founded, Data-Link Corporation.

Part-time study enables you to complete individualized bachelor’s degrees and certificate programs while balancing career, family and other responsibilities. Admissions counselors and faculty advisers will assist you in leveraging any previous college credits you may have earned, as well as customizing your degree to suit your professional goals.

We encourage you to apply as early as possible, especially if you wish to be considered for scholarships, such as the Quinnipiac Tuition Assistance Program (QTAP). Send all official transcripts, or any previous college credits earned, to the Office of Admissions. High school transcripts are only necessary if you have not earned an associate's degree. Applicants who have graduated from high school more than five years ago, or who have successfully completed the equivalent of one year (30 credits) of college study, are not required to submit score results for the SAT or ACT.

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