quinebaug valley community college

Community Commitment: Low-cost Education

Achieve your educational goals locally

QVCC is Committed to Affordable Education

Low-cost does NOT equal low quality. We are committed to reducing economic barriers to higher education. Our students attend full-time and part-time at our northeast Connecticut main campus in Danielson or satellite location in Willimantic.

QVCC students who transfer to four-year institutions say they received a high-quality education and a great foundation to be a successful student at a new institution. Our academic advising services team will help you learn about transfer options and support you as you develop your transfer plan.  QVCC holds regional accreditation which means that the credits you earn here are portable and can be transferred to both in-state and out-of-state public and private universities.

Jenna Haines

“I chose QVCC for many reasons. I saw my friends attending four-year universities and straping themselves with tens of thousands of dollars of student loans. I knew by attending QVCC I wouldn’t have the burden of paying for my education years after I graduated. I met lifelong friends and got a quality education.”

Jenna Haines ’17
Smith College ’19

What financial aid support do I qualify for?

Not all college students are 18 years old. QVCC has students ranging in age from 16-70.  Classes are offered in many ways to meet the needs of work schedules and home life.

You may qualify for:

Being a full-time student working towards a degree or credit certificate at QVCC means you are taking 12+ credits per semester.

You may qualify for:

More than 60% of students who attend QVCC attend part-time.  There are many options for financial assistance:

You may qualify for:

For 2021-2022, QVCC was ranked number 5 in the top 10 Military Friendly Small Colleges nationwide.
This commitment is so important to us that we have been name a Military Friendly Institution for ten consecutive years!

Learn more about using your Veterans benefits at QVCC.

PACT
Pledge to Advance CT. Currently, the State is not awarding new PACT funds for the fall 2021 semester

SCHOLARSHIPS
The QVCC Foundation provides $140,000 in scholarships to full-time and part-time, new and current students!

MA & RI RESIDENTS
Full-time or part-time students qualify for in-state tuition. Short-ride for a great value.

SNAP
Your benefits may assist with getting your degree, certificate or short-term training

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