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You’ll like Quinnipiac’s students. They’re friendly and enthusiastic, which is one reason they collaborate so well with faculty. Friendship, leadership and mentorship flourish throughout campus.

Here is some information about our Class of 2017:

High School Class Rank
Geographical Distribution
Financial Assistance

Total applicants: 20,698
Admitted: 67%
Enrolling freshmen: 1,807

Enrolling transfer students: 170

High school class rank
Top tenth of HS class: 22%
Top quarter of HS class: 55%
Top half of HS class: 90%

Average SAT of admitted freshmen:
Critical reading: 550 Math: 570 Writing: 560

Geographic Distribution
Connecticut: 439
Massachusetts: 335
New York: 393
New Jersey: 356
ME, NH, VT, RI: 123
MD, OH, PA, DE, VA: 58
AK, CA, CO, FL, IL, IN, KS, KY, MN, MO, NC, OH, TN, TX, WI: 54
International: 49

American Indian: 0.3%
Black Non-Hispanic: 4%
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 3%
Hispanic: 8%
Caucasian: 78%
Multi-racial: 1%
Do not declare: 6%

Female: 63%
Male: 37%
Twenty percent of the women are named Jessica, Sarah, Nicole, Emily, Lauren, Danielle, Rachel, Samantha, Victoria, Amanda, Olivia, Stephanie or Taylor.
Twenty percent of the men are named Matthew, Christopher, Michael, Andrew or Thomas.

Financial Assistance
81% of our enrolled students are receiving Financial Aid in 2013-14
For our freshman class, 12 percent have family incomes less than $50,000, 19 percent have family incomes between $50,000 and $100,000, 16 percent have family incomes between $100,000 and $150,000, and 53 percent have family incomes more than $150,000 or have not applied for aid. We encourage all families who wish to be considered for financial aid to file the FAFSA and the CSS Profile to determine eligibility for grants, work study, loans and other assistance. More information.

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