Welcome to Academic Advising
Academic advisors are here to assist you with course selection and registration.
Checklist to prepare to Register
- Review the requirements for your degree. Look up your academic program to get familiar with your degree requirements.
- Familiarize yourself with myCommNet/Degree evaluation tools
- Review the course schedule
- Plan an approach to your schedule
- Meet with your advisor and ask questions
Transferring at Connecticut State Colleges and Universities is easier than ever. Counselors are available in all 17 institutions to help make the process as smooth as possible.
What is a transfer ticket? Transfer Tickets are degree programs for Connecticut Community College students that transfer to Connecticut State Universities and Charter Oak without either losing any credits or being required to take extra credits in order to complete a bachelor’s degree in that same discipline.
New Student Workshop
Once you have completed the Admissions process and before registering, you are encouraged to sign up for a New Student Workshop . This workshop will familiarize you with QVCC technology, on-line resources and give an overview of basic information to support a successful semester.
If you are pursuing a General Studies or Liberal Arts & Science program, no appointment is necessary to meet with an advisor in the Student Success Center in Danielson, C129.
Do you attend the Willimantic Center?
Advisors are available by stopping by the front desk in the Student Success Center or by calling 860.336.0900 to make an appointment.
If you are not a General Studies or Liberal Arts & Sciences major, you should work directly with the program coordinators and faculty within your chosen major.