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Wreck: Work study struggles

Alexa Orban

April 16, 2014

Quinnipiac’s campus, education and student life all come with a pretty high price. While most students that come to Quinnipiac are not penny pinching, some need help along the way, so they apply for work study. [media-credit id=20...

SALT program helps dissolve student loans

Julia Perkins

February 26, 2014

Students can learn how to be financially responsible through the online program SALT, according to Dominic Yoia, associate vice president and university director of financial aid. The financial aid office partnered with the Ame...

Financial aid website clarified after investigation

Julia Perkins

February 19, 2014

Quinnipiac and more than 100 colleges may have violated the Higher Education Act, according to a Feb. 3 letter from a Maryland congressman to the Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. In a Democratic Committee investigation led by Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, the committee foun...

Drowning in debt

Nicole Hanson

November 13, 2013

The average undergraduate at Quinnipiac will graduate with $44,000 in student loan debt, according to Dominic Yoia, the university director of financial aid. Of the 6,541 undergraduate students enrolled at the university for the 2013...

Government shutdown has minimal effect on university

Julia Perkins

October 8, 2013

The federal government has been shutdown since Oct. 1, but most students are not feeling its effect. “It’s kind of hard to assess whether or not the government shutdown affects students as a demographic,” junior politi...

Off-campus work study takes downturn

Amanda Hoskins

February 20, 2013

There has been a significant drop in the number of students applying for off-campus work study positions from the last academic year compared to this past fall, according to Quinnipiac University administrators. Quinnipiac...

Financial aid office stands by budget

Rebecca Castagna

October 24, 2012

This year, Quinnipiac University ranked fifth on the Princeton Review’s list of schools with the worst financial aid. Associate Vice President and University Director of Financial Aid Dominic Yoia said the school has been on...

Student loan interest rates may double in July

Susan Riello

April 30, 2012

On July 1, Congress will vote on whether to keep the current 3.4 percent student loan interest rate or double it to 6.8 percent. This rate hike will affect the subsidized Stafford Loan, which is the most common form of federal...