Founded by Franciscan Friars in 1860, Quincy University offers a tremendous variety of courses, exceptional resources, outstanding faculty, and personalized attention both inside and outside the classroom. U.S. News and World Report once again rates Quincy University among the top schools in the entire Midwest region for outstanding educational values. We've been recognized nationally in Money magazine, Barron's 300 Best Buys in College Education and Peterson's Guide to Competitive Colleges. Quincy University has an enrollment of 1,200 students; 48% male and 52% female, 70% of undergraduates live on our 75-acre campus. We offer 39 undergraduate degrees, 6 pre-professional programs, and 2 master's degree programs. Our 12:1 student/faculty ratio ensures that you'll get the attention you deserve. Quincy University features over 50 student clubs and organizations and fields athletic teams in the prestigious NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley Conference. Wonderful leadership opportunities and our extensive internship program prepare QU students for successful careers. A degree from Quincy University is a valuable asset; 96% of our graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate school within 180 days of graduation. Generous academic scholarships and need-based grants are available, as well as scholarships and grants for athletics, music, art and other special talents.