Quinnipiac University

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We know that college is a huge investment and one of the most important ones you’ll ever make. That’s why we’re invested in helping make your Quinnipiac education affordable. Whether it’s grants, scholarships, loans or a job, we’ll help you explore every option and make a plan that works for you.

Undergraduate Costs

The following chart includes both the direct and indirect costs of attending Quinnipiac.

Undergraduate Costs of Attendance 2021–22
Cost First-Year Student Living on Campus First-Year Commuter at Home
Direct Costs
Total Costs of Attendance $69,760 $56,800
Tuition1 $48,680 $48,680
Student Fees $1,840 $1,840
Technology Fees $750 $750
Room and Board $15,690 $430
Total Direct Costs $66,960 $51,700
Indirect Costs
Room and Board Allowance n/a $1,800
Books2 $800 $800
Personal2 $1,200 $1,200
Transportation2 $800 $1,300
Total Indirect Costs $2,800 $5,100

1 Tuition figures assume a student is taking 12-16 credits per semester. Credits taken in excess of 16 are billed at $1,115 per credit. Part-time student budgets are prorated and calculated using part-time tuition costs.
2 Amounts listed for books, personal and transportation are estimated allowances that are not part of a student’s bill.

Net Price Calculator

Use the Net Price Calculator to understand what you might pay
You may be surprised to know that nationwide — for students attending private, four-year colleges — the average family can pay much less than the college’s published price. The Net Price Calculator is the ideal tool to help full-time, incoming first-year students estimate what the annual cost* would be to attend Quinnipiac.

Net Price Calculator

*In assessing a family's Expected Family Contribution (EFC), the university requires just the FAFSA form. Families that know their federal EFC can enter these figures into the calculator when prompted. For those who have not yet completed the FAFSA, you will need to have estimated income, tax and asset data available for the calculator to provide you with an estimation of your eligibility for grants, scholarships, loans and work-study programs.

It is important to note that the Net Price Calculator is only designed to provide estimates for full-time, first-year undergraduate students.

The receipt of additional assistance such as athletic scholarships, employee benefits, Tuition Exchange grants, veterans benefits, outside scholarships, etc., may affect the estimated aid being calculated. Please contact our office if you qualify for aid outside of the resources being provided in the calculator.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

1

Complete and submit the FAFSA form

All students seeking financial assistance need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online as soon as possible after October 1.

Quinnipiac's FAFSA code is 001402.

Complete the FAFSA online

2

Review your financial aid offer notification

At the end of January, offer notifications are prepared. In your notification, we will explain the details of your financial aid package, which can include grants, scholarships, federal student loans and work-study.

Access the Financial Aid Self-Service Portal

3

Complete your Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note (MPN) online for federal loans

  • Student Borrowers: If you will be attending Quinnipiac’s undergraduate programs, and are a first-time student borrower of federal loans, the government requires you to complete an online Entrance Counseling Session (a short question/answer session regarding educational borrowing) and sign an electronic promise to repay your loans called a Master Promissory Note (MPN). The loan proceeds cannot disburse to the university on your behalf until the requirements are completed on the Federal Student Aid website, studentaid.gov. The process can be accessed 24 hours a day and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Learn more about Entrance Counseling and MPN

Visit studentaid.gov

4

Pay your balance

Students and parents can apply for a PLUS loan, private loan or payment plan to cover costs not met by financial aid.

To cover a remaining balance, families have the choice of establishing a payment plan and/or borrowing from a variety of lenders.

Explore loan options

Learn more about tuition payment programs

Learn More About Financial Aid