MHS in Cardiovascular PerfusionTuition and Financial Aid
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.
The Cost of Attendance represents expenses that will and can be incurred while attending graduate school. It also represents the maximum financial aid (loans, scholarship, grant, work) you may receive for an academic period.
We recommend that you keep the cost of attendance budget in mind when you construct your own budget for living expenses. This will allow you to get a better idea of the amount you may need to borrow in student loans, and what resources are available to help with your expenses while in school.
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Tuition and Fees 2020-21
Direct costs are expenses for which you receive a billing statement from the Quinnipiac University Office of Student Accounts such as tuition, student fees, university/technology fees, accident insurance, health insurance and other applicable fees.
Cost or fee
Tuition for cardiovascular perfusion program
$1,075 per credit
$45 per credit, not to exceed $405 per semester $25 per term summer registration fee
Technology and lab fees
$370 per semester (fall/spring) for full-time students $165 per semester (fall/spring) for part-time students $85 for summer semester (full-time or part-time)
Mandatory accident insurance
$25 fall and spring semester
Commuter meal plan (required)
$210 per semester (fall/spring) for full-time students Not charged for clinical or student-teaching semesters
Indirect Cost Budget 2020-21
Indirect costs are expenses that you may incur but for which you do not receive a billing statement, such as average for books, supplies, transportation and miscellaneous expenses and off-campus living expenses.
Books and supplies
$350 to $3,600 annually depending on program of study
$120 to $724 per month depending on program of study
$2,135 per month (off-campus) $951 per month (at home with parents)
$350 to $4,100 annually depending on program of study
How to Apply
Submitting the forms
Our priority processing timeline is recommended as follows:
For Summer: March 31
For Fall: June 1
For Spring: November 1
Forms will be accepted after the designated date and complete files are processed in the order received based on the time of year you are seeking assistance and funding levels.
Complete and submit the FAFSA form
All students seeking financial aid need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available after October 1. This is by far the most important document in the financial aid process.
Submit the Quinnipiac graduate financial aid application
This form is required to receive financial aid and provides information including when seeking financial aid, enrollment plans, outside resources (including tuition reimbursement) and authorization to release information.
The 2021-22 application is required for students seeking any form of assistance for Summer 2021, Fall 2021 and/or Spring 2022.
Submit the Quinnipiac graduate grant application
Grant funds are awarded to our full-time, on-ground graduate students who are U.S. citizens and demonstrate high financial need as evaluated by the financial aid office.
If applicable, certain students will also be asked to provide parental information* in order to apply. *Parent application is required for grant consideration for unmarried students under the age of 26 or married students under the age of 24.
Students receiving tuition waivers or university-based scholarships will not be given priority consideration for need-based grants.
We are partnered with both the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration to provide you with a comprehensive set of benefits that fit with your military experience.Learn more about financial aid options specific to veterans and active duty military.