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Quinnipiac University provides students with personalized admissions counselors  to help navigate the admissions and financial aid process. These counselors help students with not only applying for financial aid, but also navigating additional ways to fund their education, such as via outside scholarships. Tuition and Financial Aid Office awards financial aid packages based on need. Packages awarded may contain scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities. Students can also look for on-campus employment opportunities here. There are opportunities for work-study and non-work-study jobs for students.

QU provides financial aid and some scholarships for transfer and international students along with athletic and theater scholarships. Financial aid assistance and resources are also available for  military and veterans and graduate students, There is also a Quinnipiac Tuition Assistance Program (QTAP) scholarship opportunity for adult, part-time students. The QTAP Scholarship award varies and students are encouraged to apply early for maximum consideration. This opportunity works to make education accessible to students of all types. The Student Government Association offers a limited number of stipends to students who hold leadership positions in various student government positions. Students wishing to become resident assistants can receive full room and board stipends for carrying out that position successfully.

Quinnipiac University provides several tools to help students navigate how they plan on paying for their education. Prospective students can use the net price calculator to aid in planning as well as access the student consumer information page. This page contains a links and resources to help students understand the cost of their education and addresses student consumer topics. QU provides a link to financial aid resources and outside scholarship resources which is another way students can navigate different ways to subsidize their education. Students should also check out the 10 Ways To Pay for QU brochure and Frequently Asked Financial Aid Questions for additional ways to understand and plan for college expenses.

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