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The QVCC Advantage

Make a smart choice. Start your bachelor degree at QVCC. You could save more than $50,000!

Graduate DEBT-FREE from QVCC

QVCC graduates 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.

Be sure to look at our degree pathways with our partners at the Connecticut State Universities, for seamless admission with junior status.  Also, our Guaranteed Admissions Program with the University of Connecticut and ABLE Transfer Program with Nichols College.


QVCC Advantage

In State Tuition Comparison

4 years @ University of Connecticut — $59,360
2 years @ QVCC + 2 years @ UConn — $38,292
Savings of $21,068
4 years @ a CT State University — $43,676
2 years @ QVCC + 2 years @ CSU — $30,710
Savings of $13,486

Out of State Tuition Comparison


4 years @ University of Rhode Island — $120,168
2 years @ QVCC + 2 years @ URI — $68,696
Savings of $51,472


4 years @ Worcester State University — $62,448
2 years @ QVCC + 2 years @ Wor. State — $39,836
Savings of $22,612


Federal student loan debt QVCC graduates incur.


Number of students enrolled in credit classes.


Average student to faculty ratio means small class sizes.


Percentage of students who qualify for financial aid.


More than 100 scholarships are provided each year by the QVCC Foundation.


Amount of scholarship money given each year by the QVCC Foundation.

* Based on 2017-2018 tuition and fees for a full time Connecticut commuter student without impact of financial aid.


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