Discover Quincy UniversityQuincy University's warm, welcoming environment makes it a perfect place for international students to begin or continue their college education, meet new friends, and explore life in the United States.
We'll Help Make Quincy Your HomeMaintaining Your Student Status
As an international student, you are subject to immigration laws imposed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). You must keep your basic documents valid. If you entered the United States as a student, you must maintain that status by enrolling in a minimum number of credit hours (12 hours for undergraduate students and 9 hours for graduate students). Failure to maintain status will result in a loss of all F-1 benefits and may provide the INS grounds to begin deportation proceedings.
On-campus employment may be an option for students with an F-1 visa if jobs are available. The Office of Human Resources maintains a list of on-campus jobs available to students. Learn more.
Learn More?International Students can apply to Quincy University through a paper application. Our admissions staff is here to guide you through the application process. Download Application.
Meet Your CounselorText: Dominic O'Donnell
Phone: 217-228-5432, Ext. 3405
Dominic will help you discover all there is to know about Quincy University. He can answer your questions about college life, financial aid, applying, traveling to the United States, and more. Get to know Dominic.