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Paying for College

Graduate Tuition and Financial Aid

Pursuing a Quinnipiac graduate degree can be one of the most challenging decisions students can make in planning for their future.  Making that decision is an investment to become more competitive, gain professional skills and realize your professional goals. We are here to assist in educating and counseling students on how to finance their graduate education.

Costs and Budgets

Our goal is to be up front and clear about what you can expect when it comes to financing your graduate degree. You'll have billed expenses and non-billed expenses to budget for, and we’re here to ensure you know what to expect from day one.

Costs and Budgets

Apply for Financial Aid

Applying for financial aid doesn't have to be complicated. Find step-by-step instructions, as well as information about eligibility, policies and forms. Once you've applied, learn how to access your financial aid offer, and complete your entrance counseling.

Apply for Financial Aid

Forms

Financial Aid Self-Service Portal

Additional Links and Resources

Explore additional resources about graduate financial aid, including links to helpful federal financial aid websites, informational videos, scholarship search sites, financial literacy resources and national credit bureaus.

Additional Links and Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

You'll find some of the most common questions graduate students have about financial aid, loans and applying for aid. We encourage you to review them, and we always welcome you to reach out to us with your questions.

FAQs

Contact Grad Financial Aid

Federal CARES Act Funding

(Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund)
Students who were enrolled during the Spring 2020 term and experienced additional expenses as a result of COVID-19 may qualify for emergency assistance.
View all information relating to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)

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