We are currently accepting applications for:

  • Fall 2016 for freshmen and transfer students

Deadline has passed and we are no longer accepting applications for:

  • Spring 2016 (January admission) for freshmen and transfer students (semester begins Jan. 25)
  • Fall 2016 Accelerated nursing students (deadline was Jan. 1. Applications will open on Aug. 1 for Fall 2017 entry)

Regular freshmen and transfer applications must be completed online using either the Common Application or the Quinnipiac University application and are reviewed by our office on a rolling basis as they become complete.

Learn more about:

Common Application for Spring and Fall 2016

We encourage you to apply to Quinnipiac using the Common Application.appy now button

Apply using the Common Application.

The site is administered by The Common Application. On this site you'll be able to:

  • submit your application
  • access appropriate guidance counselor and teacher recommendation forms
  • submit your application fee of $65 or request a fee waiver

Quinnipiac University application

Apply using the Quinnipiac University application.

By using the Quinnipiac University application, you will be able to:

  • choose whether you are applying as an incoming freshman, an international student, transfer student, or if you are applying for the accelerated nursing program (the accelerated nursing program is only available for fall admission).
  • fill out and submit the Quinnipiac application
  • submit one essay (about 250 words) on any topic you choose (this can be either typed or uploaded to your application)
  • pay the $65 application fee
    • If paying by check, please make your check or money order payable to Quinnipiac University. We do not accept cash. The application fee is non-refundable.
  • print out a copy of the application for your information

Transcript requests and counselor/teacher recommendation forms are provided once you submit the application. If you need to you can also download the forms to print:

To open the PDFs, you'll need Adobe Reader software (free download).


Please contact the Admissions Office.

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