Making College Affordable

We are committed to working with you to find ways to manage the cost of college education. More than 98% of our students receive scholarships or other financial aid.

Investing in Your Education

When you invest in Quincy University, you get our commitment to real-world learning in an environment that supports success. The value of your Quincy degree is far-reaching and long-lasting. At Quincy, we offer a comprehensive package of scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment opportunities designed to keep the cost of education within reach of all eligible students. Financial assistance is awarded based on academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Our merit-based scholarships range from $7,000 to full tuition per year to qualified students.

Affording College

We've compiled a series of short articles on the financial aid process as seen through the eyes of admissions staff, prospective students, and parents. Read our most recent article.

Financial Aid Steps

Step 1 Submit your application for admission to Quincy University.
Step 2 File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 with priority deadline of March 15. Quincy's FAFSA code is 001745. Learn more about federal and state aid.
Step 3 Talk with your admissions counselor about available Quincy scholarships, and research local, state, and national scholarships you may be eligible for. Learn more about scholarships.
Step 4 Upon receiving your financial aid award letter from Quincy, promptly return any requested documents, or contact Quincy's financial aid staff with your questions or concerns.

Office of Financial Aid
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