TO APPLY ONLINE, PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK TO EITHER THE COMMON APPLICATION OR THE QUINNIPIAC APPLICATION: (If you are a qualified student interested in 'this' Fall 2014, you must choose the Quinnipiac application as it offers Fall 2014 as an option). If you have questions, please call our office: 203 582 8600.

Common Application:
We encourage you to apply to Quinnipiac using the Common Application for Spring or Fall 2015 - just go to** and submit the application as well as your application fee ($65)* or a request for a fee waiver. See their site for details. The Common Application site also has appropriate Guidance and Teacher Recommendation forms for you to use.

**Please note: You will be leaving the Quinnipiac site and visiting a site run by The Common Application

Quinnipiac University online application: If you choose  to apply for Fall 2014, or Spring or Fall 2015 - not using the Common Application, please visit to fill out the Quinnipiac application, submit it online and pay the $65 application fee.* From this link you can choose whether you are applying as an incoming freshman, or if you are an international student or a transfer student, or if you are applying for the accelerated nursing program. (The accelerated nursing program is available only for Fall 2015). Transcript/Counselor Recommendation and Teacher Recommendation forms are provided once you 'submit' the application. You can also print out a copy of the application for your information. We ask for one essay (about 250 words) on any topic you choose which you can either type or upload to your application prior to submitting the form.

You can also print out a transcript request/guidance counselor form and an optional teacher recommendation forms. To open the PDF, you'll need free Adobe Reader software. The application fee is $65*. Make your check or money order payable to Quinnipiac University as we do not accept cash.

To contact the Admissions Office, e-mail us at or call 800-462-1944 or 203-582-8600. *Please note: The application fee is non-refundable.

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