Congratulations on your acceptance for 2014!Welcome to our Admitted Students page, where you'll find information on ways to visit the campus to make your final decision, when to make your matriculation deposit, learn more about housing, orientation and registration, plus find a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and more!
Once you've made your commitment to join us by paying the matriculation deposit, we'll acknowledge receipt of your deposit by letter. Learn more below.
READY TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT?
May 1 is the deposit due date for Fall 2014 You can pay online at www.quinnipiac.edu/deposit. Click on the link at the bottom of the page to access e-cashier. In order for us to accept online transactions, a $2 convenience fee will be added, and credit card transactions will add on an additional convenience fee of 1.9 percent of the total amount. You'll need your QU student ID number (as indicated on your acceptance letter) to login. Or, if you prefer to mail in your deposit and pay by check, you'll need to print out our matriculation form (PDF) and send it with your check for the deposit amount to the Bursar's Office. The mailing address is on the form. (Please note: If you choose to pay online, please do not mail in the form).
For students who have been offered Federal PELL Grants as part of their financial aid package and for international students from overseas who have difficulty in making an online payment, if you have decided to enroll at Quinnipiac you can request that we waive your initial deposit. Please go to the financial aid forms page and print out the "matriculation fee deposit form" in the supplementary forms section, fill it out and fax it to Admissions (203-582-8906). We will review your information and confirm that you are an incoming student.
Matriculation fee, housing deposit and security deposit:
- For students who plan to live in Quinnipiac housing: $550: total deposit which includes the $200 matriculation fee, plus $200 housing deposit and security deposit ($150 held in case of damages). You will receive information on the roommate selection process online beginning in April for those entering in the fall who have paid the deposit.
- For students who plan to commute to campus: $200: matriculation fee (this fee is refunded to you after graduation).
In addition, if you will be an incoming....
- Freshman: please arrange to have your final high school transcript verifying your graduation sent to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Official scores from AP exams plus official college transcripts for any college work completed while in high school must also be sent to us in order to be evaluated for possible advanced standing.
- Transfer student: please arrange for a final official college transcript showing all courses attempted to be sent to us. Information on evaluation of your credit equivalencies will be e-mailed to you approximately two weeks after you receive your letter of acceptance.
- Re-admitted student: please contact the chairperson of your major program to help select your classes.
FALL SEMESTER DEADLINES AND EVENTS
Admitted Student Days: Saturday, March 29, or Sunday, March 30, 2014
President John L. Lahey and members of the faculty, administration and Quinnipiac students invite you to come to campus for a comprehensive visit to help finalize your college choice. Come to the Recreation Center on the Mount Carmel Campus to be greeted by our enthusiastic students!
- Arrive at 9 a.m. if you've been admitted to majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education (5-year BA/MAT), School of Nursing, School of Health Sciences.
- Arrive at 11:30 if you've been admitted to majors in the School of Business and Engineering or the School of Communications
Meet the deans and faculty from your major, ask questions in a casual format about residence life, campus life, public safety, the learning commons, campus technology, religious diversity, student clubs and organizations, financial aid, multicultural and global education, Greek life, service groups and more! Hear from President John L. Lahey who has shaped the University in his 25+ years on campus, have a campus tour, lunch, and visit our North Haven and York Hill settings as well. The day ends by 4 p.m. Reply now to reserve your space!
Join the Conversation
Admitted students are invited to log on to www.qu4u.com, click on "Sign Up Today" and create a user account. You'll be part of a social network of admitted students; you can post your photo, your interests, start a discussion group or participate in one, make friends and spend the next few months getting to know your classmates. You'll also find helpful articles about Quinnipiac and tips on places of interest in the area.
Parents: your site is www.quparentview.com, where you'll find great articles, information on the area and hints on how to help your student make the transition to college life. You'll be asked to enter the parent e-mail address as provided by your student on their application or you can register by providing your name and e-mail address. Come join the conversation!
Attend a Class for a Day - in February, March or April
During the spring semester, students who have been admitted for the fall, who wish to come to campus and spend a day with an undergraduate student host and attend classes, can do so by calling our "day visit hotline." See the dates available and set up a day on campus . Visiting students need to be in the admissions office by 9 a.m. and your day will conclude by 2 p.m. Unfortunately, we are not able to sponsor overnight visits, but if you have a friend who attends Quinnipiac and is willing to host you as a guest, you can arrange an overnight stay with him/her through the residential life "guest" process.
Arrange a Campus Tour, Interview or Saturday Visit
If you'd like to see the Quinnipiac campus on a student-led campus tour, meet individually with an admissions counselor, or join us for a Group Information Session (and campus tour), learn more about each opportunity and link to our online appointment calendar!
What do I have to do to receive financial aid?
TWO forms are required for students applying for all forms of financial aid: the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form, which can be filed online at www.fafsa.gov (Quinnipiac's FAFSA code is 001402) after Jan. 1. The CSS Profile Form (Quinnipiac's CSS code is 3712) is necessary to be given consideration for Quinnipiac institutional grant assistance and can be filed online at https://profileonline.collegeboard.com/prf/index.jsp and . If you only filed the FAFSA you will not be able to be considered for Quinnipiac grant aid - you must file the CSS Profile in order to be reviewed for institutional aid (other than merit awards).
For student who have been admitted through Early Decision who have a Feb. 1 deposit due deadline and are seeking financial aid: Please file the CSS Profile prior to January so that we can provide you with a timely financial aid award, and file the FAFSA between Jan. 1 and March 1 to confirm your eligibility for Federal Aid.
When will I receive my financial aid award?
You'll receive a letter from the Office of Financial Aid when your award is ready to be viewed online at www.quinnipiac.edu/finaid. You will click on the "your electronic award" link to see your award. If you have filed the CSS Profile and the FAFSA and no award appears, please check with the financial aid office to see if we are missing any information. 203-582-8750.
When might I hear about scholarships?
All admitted freshmen are given consideration for a merit-based scholarships and recipients are notified in their letter of acceptance. Scholarship criteria requires that a student rank in the top 25 percent of their high school class and have 1100 minimum on the critical reading plus math portion of the SAT or have an ACT minimum composite of 25.
If your high school does not provide a rank in class, we will estimate where your GPA places you within your class based on academic information available through your high school, so please check with your counselor if you're not sure how your grade point average compares with others in the class.
Transfer students with two years of college work are eligible to be considered for scholarships based on their GPA. Please check www.quinnipiac.edu/scholarships for our scholarship guidelines. If you are not eligible to receive a merit award, you can still be considered for financial aid, which includes federal, state or Quinnipiac grants, work study, loans, etc.
I'm interested in the Honors Program - what is the selection process?
The Honors Program selects about 80 intellectually curious and motivated incoming freshmen with a strong academic background to participate in what can be both an enriching and engaging part of college life. Students interested in learning more about the program and who want to fill out a brief application with a personal statement reflective of their interest in the program, please see www.quinnipiac.edu/honors-program.
Will I be guaranteed housing if I pay the housing deposit?
Yes, freshmen will be housed in doubles or quads in the Ledges, the Commons, Irma, Dana and Mountainview. You'll fill out a roommate inventory questionnaire as part of your Orientation information, and you can indicate a rank order of your choice of buildings. You'll receive your housing and roommate assignments in January for spring entrants, and on Aug.1 for fall freshmen. Transfer students will likely be assigned together in double rooms in suite housing (some with full kitchens) on the Mount Carmel Campus or in the all-suite Crescent residence hall on the York Hill Campus.
What about Orientation and registration for the Fall semester?
Fall Freshmen for 2014: will sign up for one of the five two-day, Monday-Tuesday or Thursday-Friday Orientation programs: June 5-6, 9-10, 12-13, 16-17, and Wednesday-Thursday Aug. 20-21 for those who are not able to attend a June session. After we receive your matriculation deposit, and beginning in early May, you'll hear from the Office of Student Affairs via e-mail (to the e-mail address on our application) with instructions on setting up your Quinnipiac e-mail, how to access our MyQ internal website and our Blackboard educational program.
You will be instructed to take any placement tests online, prior to coming to Orientation, so that you can register for your fall classes at the orientation program. Those coming to the last Orientation session in August will be given instructions and a timeframe in June to complete their registration online.
Beginning in May, most offices on campus will continue to communicate with you at your Quinnipiac email address, so please check it often!
Transfer students will have a "Get Acquainted" program on Tuesday, June 3, to meet with faculty and learn more about the registration/advisement process. After that session you'll receive instructions on how to set up your Quinnipiac email, how to log in to the MyQ internal portal, and follow through on your housing and other information. All incoming fall transfer students attend Orientation on Aug. 22.
Is my deposit refundable?
You can request a refund of your deposit if you let us know in writing with an e-mail addressed to the vice president and dean of admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1 for fall incoming students. (If you were admitted through the Early Decision program, the deposit is not refundable after Feb. 1). For all others - the deposit is not refundable after June 1, but we would appreciate knowing any change in your plans.
Do you want to know if I've decided to attend another institution?
Yes, we appreciate knowing (and we'll stop e-mailing you!). Please e-mail the Admissions Office at email@example.com with the subject line withdraw, and tell us your full name and address, your Quinnipiac ID number, and if you'd like to tell us where you've chosen to attend, we appreciate knowing that as well.