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Quinnipiac University Freshmen Academic Scholarships

$28,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Scholarships are awarded to incoming first-year students by the admissions office based on a student's overall academic achievements. In order to be considered a candidate for an academic scholarship, students generally rank in the top 25% of their high school class or better or have a combined critical reading and math SAT score of at least 1150 or ACT composite of at least 25. Students can receive our Trustee, Dean's or Quinnipiac Academic Scholarship which can be renewed for up to four undergraduate years, unless specified otherwise on the scholarship letter, providing that the student maintains a certain minimum cumulative GPA, in most cases a 3.0. and full-time student status. Scholarships are renewable for the time period specified in the student's scholarship letter and the amount remains the same in subsequent years. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Financial Aid Office
  • 275 Mt. Carmel Ave.
  • Hamden, CT 06518
  • admissions@quinnipiac.edu
  • 203-582-8750

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