Feb 07, 2023
4 Steps to Becoming a QVCC Student
1. Apply for Admission
- Complete the online Application for Admission. To apply online you need an email address. New, readmit, and transfer students must complete an official application to the college.
- Admissions correspondence will be via the email you provide to the college. Future correspondence will be to your assigned community college email address.
- Submit final high school transcript, diploma or GED. Home schooled students should submit a Home school Completion Form. Current high school students should provide an “In-Progress Transcript” to be used for your acceptance. Final proof will need to be submitted after graduation (copy of diploma or final transcript)
- Submit immunization records for measles, mumps, and rubella if you were born after 1956. You will also need to submit immunization records for varicella (chicken pox) if you were born after 1979 (waived for students who are both non-degree and part-time). You must submit your proof of high school completion and your immunization records prior to your college acceptance. For further information and forms, refer to www.qvcc.edu/forms .
2. Apply for Financial Aid
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- QVCC School code = 010530
3.Take the Accuplacer Assessment
You need to schedule an appointment for the computerized Accuplacer assessment, which typically takes two hours. If you meet the following criteria you are not required to take the Accuplacer:
- Students who have completed an associate, bachelor’s or higher college degree.
- Transfer students who submit official transcripts showing proof of successful completion of both an English composition and college level mathematics course.
- Non-degree students seeking to enroll in an occasional course for personal enrichment, or for no more than six (6) credits.
- Students who provide documentation of an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher can enroll in ENG 101: College Composition, or any class requiring placement at the ENG 101 level. In addition, students with a documented 3.1 GPA or higher can enroll in MAT 137: Intermediate Algebra without taking the assessment as long as they have completed two years of high school algebra.
- Students who have taken the SAT or ACT and scored at a level that makes them exempt:
Eligible SAT scores: Taken after March 2016
Evidence Based Reading and Writing = 480 or higher (and/or)
Writing and Languages = 26 or higher
Reading = 25 or higher
Math = 530 or higher
Eligible SAT scores: Taken before March 2016
Critical Reading or Writing = 450 or higher
Math = 500 or higher
Eligible ACT scores:
English = 21 or higher
English and Reading = 47 or higher
Math = 18-21
The Assessment testing Exemption form needs to be submitted to the Student Success Center along with required documentation.
4. Advising and Registration
- You are highly encouraged to meet with an advisor to select the courses appropriate for your degree and/or certificate.
- Advisors are available in Danielson at the Student Success Center C129 across from the cafeteria. Stop by or call 860-932-4008. Advisors are also available at our Willimantic location. Please check our website for hours.
For further information, students can call the Student Success Center at 860-932-4020.