QVCC Fall Open House



Have you always wanted to go to college? Are you looking for a new career or the right career for you? Do you need help figuring out your next steps? QVCC is the place to find yourself and your path.

Attending Open House on Wednesday, November 17 @ 6pm is the best way to discover why QVCC should be your choice for starting, continuing or finishing your college education. By registering, you will have access to the Open House for a year! Open House includes:

Alumni & Student Panel Q&A

  • Get the student perspective
  • Why do students choose QVCC?
  • Beyond QVCC – Transfer and Career

Program Breakout Sessions

  • Art, Business, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transfer Programs
  • Explore your areas(s) of interest
  • Hear from our Program Coordinators & faculty
  • Learn the specifics about QVCC’s degrees & certificates, internships & career insights

Student Services Informational Panel

  • Learn more about QVCC’s Student Services to support your enrollment and academic success
  • Academic Advising, Admission, Career Services, Disability Services, Financial Aid, Foundation Scholarships, SNAP Employment Training, Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Activities, Support Counseling


November Coming Events

Quinebaug Valley Community College is hosting a number of events in November. These events are free and open to the public.

  • November 7 – Waiting for Yoko: The Role of Art and Poetry in Facing the Climate Crisis – Join us in the SPIROL Gallery on Thursday, November 7 from 6-9 p.m. for “Waiting for Yoko: The Role of Art and Poetry in Facing the Climate Crisis” featuring Margaret Gibson, Connecticut Poet Laureate. The poetry readings will be followed by an open mic. Light snacks and refreshments will be available. Contact: Jon Andersen (, 860-932-4054).
  • November 8 – Veterans Day Celebration – QVCC will celebrate Veterans Day on November 8 from 2-3 p.m. in the Robert E. Miller Auditorium. Bricks added to the Veterans Garden will be dedicated at the ceremony. Immediately following the ceremony, the Veterans Connection Photo Exhibit will open in the SPIROL Gallery. Afterwards, guests are welcome to visit the Veterans Garden, located in the circle outside the College’s main entrance. Contact: Annie Hill (, 860-932-4114).
  • November 9 – Saturday Registration for Winter and Spring Terms – Meet with an academic advisor to pick the perfect schedule from 9 – 2 p.m. Both the Danielson campus and our Windham Technical High School location will be open. Learn more at
  • November 13 – Fall Open House – Learn about our 50 degree and certificate programs and meet with QVCC faculty at our Fall Open House on Wednesday, November 13 from 6-8 p.m. Apply on or before November 13 for your chance to win a $1,000 scholarship! Contact: Sarah Hendrick (, 860-932-4096).
  • November 20 – Financial Aid Night – Are you planning to attend college? Are you the parent of a senior in high school? Attend our presentation if you want to learn more about funding a college education, sources and types of financial aid, how to complete the FAFSA and more! Contact: QVCC Financial Aid Office (860-932-4003).