Tuition and Fees
Summary of Undergraduate Charges
Tuition and Fees for 2020–21
|Full-time undergraduate students taking 12–16 credits per semester||$50,020 per year ($25,010 per semester)|
|More than 16 credits or fewer than 12 credits||$1,105 per credit|
|Technology Fee: Full-time students||$740 per year|
A number of undergraduate health science and engineering programs generally require students to take more than the traditional 12–16 credits. For more information about tuition and fees for these specialized programs, please visit the academic website of the respective school.
For tuition and fees associated with graduate programs, School of Law, School of Medicine, QU Online or the Business Four-Year BS/MBA program, please visit the respective websites below:
Miscellaneous expenses (books, travel and personal) average $1,400 per year.
The university offers a variety of payment plans to help you meet your educational expenses. These plans are available for the fall and spring terms, both on an annual and semester basis. Please note that payment plans are not available for the summer terms. The payment plan is not a loan program, and there are no interest or finance charges. The only initial cost to you is a small, nonrefundable enrollment fee per agreement.
Families are encouraged to enroll online at the Bursar's website. Once you have set up your account through this secure website, you can authorize your monthly payments to be electronically sent from your checking, savings or credit card account.
Resident Fee (Room and Board)
The resident fee (room and board) is an all-inclusive fee for students living in on-campus housing.
All costs are based on the 2020–21 figures. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Quinnipiac University website can supply financial information.
Quinnipiac requires that all students obtain a university ID card, known as the QCard. Various accounts are associated with the QCard, chiefly the required dining service and QCash.
Required Dining Service
All full-time undergraduate resident students may choose one of three levels of dining service: Silver, Gold or Platinum. Any unused balance from the fall semester may be carried over to the spring semester (provided that the student is enrolled for the spring semester), but no carryover is permitted from spring to the following fall.
All commuter students are required to pay $200 per semester for dining service. Any unused balance from the fall semester may be carried over to the spring semester (provided that the student is enrolled for the spring semester), but no carryover is permitted from spring to the following fall.
Please visit the Quinnipiac website to find out more information about the required dining service plans.
Quinnipiac also offers QCash, a prepaid debit account that can be used to make a variety of cashless purchases. QCash can be used at the campus post office, the bookstore, the dining areas on all three campuses, and for copy/print, laundry and vending machines. It also is accepted at many popular off-campus business establishments and restaurants. Students may open an account with a deposit of any amount; additional deposits may be made as needed throughout the semester. Balances are carried forward from semester to semester so long as the student is enrolled at Quinnipiac. Refunds of unused QCash, less an administrative fee of $25, are made upon a student’s graduation (upon request) or withdrawal from the university.
Please visit the Quinnipiac website to find out more information about the QCard.
University Laptop Program
All incoming students are expected to have a laptop that meets academic requirements and technical standards. Quinnipiac has a laptop program that is both cost effective and well supported. See the Student Resources and Services section for more information on the program.