Finish Your Degree

There is still time left to get back on track this fall!

Late start and non-credit classes are still enrolling.


Enhanced Services and a Variety of Flexible Offerings

  • In-person, online, and hybrid course formats to fit your schedule.
  • Dedicated Guided Pathway Advisors (GPA) to support you from start to finish.
  • Food and transportation resources, and more.
  • Scholarships, financial aid, and employer tuition reimbursement may be available.

ACT NOW!

Guided Pathway Advisors are standing by to assist you!

Call: 860-932-4980

Email: advising@qvcc.edu

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Admissions
Call Us: 860-932-4020
Email Us: admissions@qvcc.edu

Financial Aid
Call Us: 860-932-4003
Email Us: qv-finaid@qvcc.edu

Advising
Call Us: 860-932-4980
Email Us: advising@qvcc.edu

mother and baby sit on floor looking at laptop happilyPaying for College

Financial aid, scholarships and payment options are available to make completing your degree more affordable. Get started by completing the federal financial aid application at www.fafsa.gov. If you have an account balance contact the Bursar’s office to discuss payment arrangements.

Flexible Offerings

The college offers a variety of full-semester and accelerated (6-, 8- and 12-week) classes, both online and on-campus; some courses even combine both. Day, evening, and weekend schedules are available. Additionally, short-term or non-credit classes offerings are available for those seeking work-related credentials or skills.

Transfer Opportunities

For those pursuing a bachelor’s degree, community college credits transfer to all four Connecticut state universities, UConn and most private colleges in CT, plus many others across the U.S., which can cut the overall cost of a college education by more than half. Learn more about CSCU Transfer Tickets.

Academic Support

A variety of academic support services are available in-person or virtually. Academic Coaches, Counselors, and Program Advisors are dedicated to helping students succeed. Additionally, mentoring programs, tutoring, and the Learning Center are accessible to all students.

Resources

Resources have been added to support returning students such as Guided Pathways Advising to help re-enroll and choose the right classes; plus free wellness counseling and a new virtual platform that provides free telehealth and mental health services. Transportation assistance, food pantry access, plus dedicated veterans and bi-lingual staff are also on-site.