Tuition + Aid
Tuition and Fees
- 15-week evening courses: 15-week courses scheduled at 5 p.m. or later -- $645 per credit
- Courses scheduled before 5 p.m.: $875 per credit
- Part-time student fee (excludes the first 3 credits before 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri.) $37 per credit
- Saturday courses: -- $645 per credit
Full-time tuition (for students taking 12-16 semester hours in one semester) is $19,000 per semester. Students must fill out appropriate forms and be admitted to the University to attend full-time.
Registration fee: payable each semester $25
- Special lab/materials fees: Individual courses may have specific course fees. Please consult the course schedule.
(Please note fees are subject to addition or change without notice.)
Employer Tuition Benefits
If you are currently eligible for educational benefits through your employer, you may be eligible to participate in the Quinnipiac University Employer Deferment Plan. The plan allows you to defer two-thirds of your tuition charges until five weeks after the last day of the semester to allow for time for tuition reimbursement checks to be issued to you by your employer. To participate, you must submit an original letter from your employer at the time of registration that verifies your participation in your company's tuition reimbursement plan during the semester for which you are registering. At registration you pay one-third of your tuition, plus fees which will include a $25 deferment fee, and sign a promissory note for the tuition balance. Promisory notes can be obtained by calling the bursar's office at 203-582-5263, on the Web, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consult your employer's human resources department about your educational benefit plan and tuition arrangements with Quinnipiac.
Online Payment Options
The University offers payment plans through Nelnet Business Solutions to help you meet educational expenses. Plans can be accessed online and are available on an annual or a semester basis. There is a charge of $75 to enroll in the payment plan of your choice.
The University also accepts MasterCard, American Express, and Discover/Novus credit cards and ACH (i.e. bank-to-bank transfers) as a form of online payment. The University will not accept credit card payments over the telephone or in person at any office on campus.
Students who wish to effect a withdrawal from a course must complete a withdrawal form in person at the Registrar's Office. Please refer to the refund policy. The date of withdrawal for purposes of calculating the refund is the date on which students make a formal application at the Registrar's Office.
The Quinnipiac University Financial Aid Office works with all applicants to assure that they receive the maximum state and federal aid for which they are eligible. In addition, the office seeks to coordinate institutional aid resources to make a Quinnipiac education affordable. Approximately 80 percent of the student body receives financial aid. Matriculated part-time students may be eligible for federal grants or student loans if taking at least 6 credit hours per semester. Students taking fewer than 6 credits may be eligible for federal Pell Grants.
Students interested in applying for financial aid will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available on line at www.fafsa.gov . The FAFSA should be filed no later than six weeks prior to the beginning of a semester.
If you have questions regarding financial aid, please call the financial aid office at 203-582-8750.
Quinnipiac's Federal School Code is 001402.