Saturday Spring Registration Day – January 6, 2018

saturday registration dayQVCC will host an admissions and registration day on Saturday, January 6, 9 – 2 p.m. at the Danielson campus and Windham Technical High School.

Academic advising services  will be available for students need some assistance choosing classes, selecting or changing a major or needing more information about transferring to or from the College.

Starting this Spring?

Apply to the College and start on January 17th!  Apply NOW or on-the-spot on the 6th for an immediate acceptance.  To begin the term on time,  bring your SAT/ACT scores or schedule to take your Basic Skills Assessment Test and New Student Workshop. Check out the accepted student checklist so you can be sure to register on time for the term.

Financial Aid:
If you need to apply for financial aid for the spring term, do it  NOW  .  Financial aid staff will be available for personal advising.  If you attended a different college in the fall, you will  need to update your financial aid information with the QVCC College Code: 010530


Your benefits enable you  to take both credit degree and certificate programs as well as many short-term career training classes. Meet with a member of the Veteran Services team today or on the 6th and get register.

Student Resources

Additional support services – disability services, tutoring, career services –  are available to new or continuing students.  Learn more about student life at the College.  There is a vibrant Student Government Association and events and clubs for all to participate in.  Join a club as a way to meet new people and build your resume.

Advanced Manufacturing Information Sessions – 10 and 11 a.m.

Get a career after two semesters of training.  Certificates include: Advanced Machine Manufacturing and Mechatronics. $100 scholarship upon enrollment and registration.


Contact the QVCC Student Success Center, 860.932.4020

Nursing Information Session

Sarah White, nursing admissions specialist for the Connecticut Community Colleges, will host the information sessions which are designed for students interested in transferring into a nursing program within the Community College system. 

The information session will cover preparing for a nursing program, overview of the nursing curriculum, as well as the admissions process.  Nursing programs are offered at six of the Connecticut Community Colleges, including Capital Community College in Hartford; Gateway Community College in New Haven; Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury; Northwestern Connecticut Community College in Winsted; Norwalk Community College in Norwalk; and Three Rivers Community College in Norwich.  QVCC students who want to go into the field of nursing can start at QVCC by taking prerequisites for nursing and then transferring into the program after being admitted.

Employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26% from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. Growth will occur primarily because of technological advancements, an increased emphasis on preventative care, and the large, aging baby-boomer population who will demand more healthcare services as they live longer and more active lives.