Congratulations on your choice to attend QVCC!
Now that you have been accepted to QVCC, you need to complete the Accepted Student Checklist before you can register for your first semester. If you have questions, please email the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Registration for the Winter & Spring terms opened on October 15th and registration for the Summer & Fall terms will tentatively open on April 1st.
Accepted Student Checklist
To complete the enrollment process, you need to upload the following documents through your application account page. You will click on the link to your QVCC application, then click on the tab for Supplemental Items & Documents. You will then see where you can upload your documents. This can be done from your computer or mobile device.
- Immunization records
- Proof of high school completion – This can be high school transcript, diploma, or GED. (Current high school students, please submit an “In Progress” transcript.)
If you’re forgotten your password, you can reset it on the sign-in page. Once your application is processed, your acceptance will be emailed to you.
MyCommNet is your student portal where you can register for classes, check financial aid status, order transcripts and more. You should follow the login instructions below before your first advising session.
Log into MyCommNet for the first time:
- Your NetID: 8-digit number from your BannerID, followed by @student.commnet.edu
EX: BannerID @87654321 = email@example.com
Your initial password is as follows:
- 1st three characters of your birth month (first letter capitalized)
- The “&” symbol
- Last 4 digits of Social Security Number. Ex: If your birthday is October & social security ends in 6789, your initial password is Oct&6789
Communications will come to you from your student Email account and you will need to use your student Email when communicating with college faculty and staff. Set up Email
You have to apply for financial aid online.
We are committed to reducing economic barriers to higher education. The QVCC Financial Aid department is here to help you. Be sure to familiarize yourself with financial aid policies that could effect your ability to keep your aid.
QVCC can now use GPA for course placement and registration. GPA can be in the in the form of official/final, in-progress or self-reported. In addition, SAT scores can be submitted in lieu of testing and GED test scores ≥165 can be submitted and used for placement at college level.
For transfer students who have completed college level math and/or English, please complete this form with your unofficial transcript.
To learn more about placement during COVID-19, please visit our Assessment webpage.
Registration for the Winter & Spring terms opened on October 15. Registration for the Summer & Fall terms will tentatively open on April 1st.
Academic advising is critical to success as a student.
Be prepared to meet with your advisor.
- Look at the program information to familiarize yourself about your major.
- Learn more about advising services at the College
- Schedule a “virtual” advising session and register for your classes
College is different than high school. It is your responsibility to request services and accommodations for needs. Students who wish to disclose a disability are encouraged to do so as early as possible.
Tuition is set by the CSCU Board of Regents. 2019-2020 tuition
Due to COVID-19: You will need to purchase your textbooks and materials online through our campus boookstore as the campus store is closed at this time. You are able to use any major credit card, PayPal, or Financial Aid as your payment option. If you are using Financial Aid, remember to start your banner ID with the @ symbol during the checkout process. It is strongly suggested you make your purchases sooner than later as package delivery times may be extended as a result of nationwide Covid-19 impacts.
Many QVCC classes have textbooks at no cost or low cost. NOLO will be noted next the course in MyCommNet. LEARN MORE
QVCC Danielson campus bookstore is located adjacent to the Atrium. Windham Tech students are encourage to use the Danielson bookstore. There are many other options outside of the College for buying books.
The “New to Q” Orientation Series is a group of videos designed to help you start off on the right foot as a new QVCC student. These videos offer helpful information about our student services, resources, and tools to ensure your educational and career goals.