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Graduate Types of Aid

Graduate Merit Scholarship

Scholarship | Portion of Tuition | Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac offers graduate merit scholarships, which are not based on financial need. These scholarships are awarded to newly admitted full-time graduate students pursuing an on-ground graduate program.

Details

Overview

Quinnipiac offers graduate merit scholarships, which are not based on financial need. These scholarships are awarded to newly admitted graduate students on a select basis.

Scholarships cover a portion of tuition and are renewable as long as students maintain full-time enrollment and a cumulative grade point average of 3.25, which is reviewed at the end of each semester.

Eligibility

Eligibility is evaluated during the admissions process, so no additional forms are needed. Holistic factors used to evaluate scholarship candidates include:

  • Academic performance
  • Academic potential
  • Student's program of study
  • Outside experiences

Program directors provide recommendations to the graduate admissions and financial aid offices for final selection. Scholarship candidates must be full-time U.S. citizens enrolled in one of our eligible on campus programs, which include:

  • Biomedical sciences
  • Business administration
  • Cardiovascular perfusion
  • Journalism
  • Molecular and cell biology
  • Nursing
  • Pathologists’ assistant
  • Physician assistant
  • Social work
  • Sports journalism

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