quinebaug valley community college


The QVCC community is mourning the death of Louise Brown, associate director of student support and disability services. Louise was also a proud QVCC graduate who mentored and nurtured countless students. Louise touched all of us and brought into clear focus what is important in the short time we are given on this earth. Services will be private. QVCC will host a memorial service in September.

Your Future Starts Here.


QVCC students who qualify for some financial aid in the form of scholarships, federal and state grants, and work study.


QVCC graduates incur federal student loan debt!


Scholarship dollars provided to assist current and future students from QVCC Foundation.


Full-time, dedicated faculty who teach an average class size of 16.

Students & Faculty

Christina nontraditional student

"I always wanted to go back to college but I could never afford to. QVCC finally gave me a chance to pursue my dream of earning a good education to support my family."

Christina Small


"I was a Legislative Intern at the State Capitol during my second year at QVCC; I fell in love with public policy. Last May, I received my degree from UCONN in Political Science and I am currently working on my Master's Degree in Public Administration."

Tyla Potvin '14
Tyla Potvin14