Quinnipiac University
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Graduate Financial Aid

Types of Aid

Paying for your education can seem overwhelming. We're here to help you gain a better understanding of the different methods you can use to finance your degree that best suits your needs. Explore some of your options below.


We recognize that students will need to rely on a variety of resources to assist them in paying for their educational expenses. We hope the information provided will allow for a better understanding of the educational loan options.

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Scholarships and Grants

Quinnipiac offers Graduate Merit scholarships, which are not based on financial need and are awarded to select newly admitted students. In addition, the university offers a limited amount of grant funds each year to full-time, on-campus graduate students who are U.S. citizens and demonstrate high financial need as evaluated by the financial aid office.

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Graduate Work Opportunities

To assist students, the university offers students the ability to work within the university community. Graduate Assistantships are available on a limited basis, to both full- and part-time graduate students. Graduate assistants provide such services as administrative support, instructor assistance, professional service in a field of expertise, and research.

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Veterans and Military Benefits

We are partnered with both the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs to provide a comprehensive set of benefits that fit with your military experience. Whether your mission is advancing your military career, transitioning to the civilian sector, or supporting your dependent as they work toward their degree, we are honored to assist you every step of the way.

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Looking for information about COVID-19 financial assistance?
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