Summer 2015, Fall 2015 and Spring 2016

Undergraduate - 12 or more credits
Semester
Full-time (12 - 16 credits) including student fees $21,135*
More than 16 credits (additional charge of) $965 per credit
Accident insurance (provided through Gallagher) $50 per year
Technology fee $325
 
Undergraduate - fewer than 12 credits
Courses held before 5 p.m. $965 per credit
Courses held 5 p.m. or later and Saturday $690 per credit
Summer $690 per credit
Technology fee $50

 

For information related to specific course offerings, please visit the Office of the Registrar and click on the link for Course Schedules and Registration Bulletins.

Additional tuition and fee information can be found at:

*If you are a full-time undergraduate student at the University, you must register, at a minimum, for a full-time course load of 12-16 credits per semester. Full-time undergraduate students registered for less than 12 credits will still be charged full-time tuition and fees even though they are registered for less than a full-time course load. If your circumstances prevent you from being a full-time student and registering for a full-time course load, please request an exemption by e-mailing the Bursar's Office, noting your name, QU ID, e-mail address, phone number, address and an explanation of your reasons for requesting a policy exemption. The deadline to file for this exemption is the beginning of the semester.

NOTE: If you are a financial aid recipient, please contact the Financial Aid Office to find out if your financial aid will be affected by enrolling in fewer than 12 credits.

Residence Hall Information
For questions regarding residence halls, please call the Office of Residential Life directly at 203-582-8666.

Resident students can be assigned to a variety of apartment and non-apartment type residence halls. Many of these residence halls require students to be enrolled in the dining service and will be charged an all-inclusive fee per semester that covers both housing and any required dining service, where applicable.

For more information regarding residential life, please visit Living at Quinnipiac.

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