Welcome to the Quincy Family!
For more than 150 years, we have welcomed students who, like you, look forward to an education grounded in the real world, who value faith and service, and who are eager to meet new people. As a Quincy student, you are beginning a new chapter in your life, filling it with learning, friendships, serving others, career aspirations, and fun.
At Quincy University, we take your college experience seriously. We work with you to design a customized success plan, so you will graduate on time, find your passion and be prepared for life.
It’s your journey. It’s your success. There are no limits. The faculty and staff at Quincy University are with you every step along the way.
Have You Sent Your Enrollment Fee?
Ensure your place in our incoming class by sending your enrollment fee of $200. This is required to enroll you at Quincy University and will be applied to your overall tuition cost. You can mail your enrollment fee to the admissions office or pay your enrollment fee online.
Once you have paid your enrollment fee, you will receive the following forms:
- Roommate Assignment Questionnaire
- Emergency Medical Form
- Publicity Form
Register for Classes
We take the worry out of registering for college classes with Hawk Preview Days. Designed for new students, these half-day events give you an opportunity to receive your student schedule. You can also meet with our financial services staff to confirm your aid offer, receive your student ID, meet future peers, and much more. Once we receive your enrollment fee, we’ll send you a registration form to reserve your place at the event.
Living on campus is a great way to meet new people and be active in campus life. Check out our residence halls, find out what to pack for your room, and meet the residence hall staff. Learn more.
What’s Your Major?
Check out what courses you’ll be taking or read up on a few majors you may be interested in. Learn more.
Make sure all of your financial aid paperwork is complete, so we can help you receive an affordable financial aid offer. Talk with your admissions counselor or with Quincy’s financial services staff if you have questions. Learn more.