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How to Apply

4 Steps

1. Apply For Admissions - New, Readmit, And Transfer Students
2. Apply For Financial Aid
3. Take Your Basic Skills Assessment Test
4. See An Advisor And Register

1. APPLY FOR ADMISSION

Complete the online Application for Admission . A paper application is available to submit with your $20 application fee by check, cash, or money order.

New, readmit, and transfer students must complete an official application to the College. To apply online you need:

  • An Email address
  • Credit card to pay the application fee of $20 (Visa, Mastercard or Discover)

Acceptance correspondence will be via the email you provide to the College. Future correspondence will be to your community college email address

Submit the following:

  1. FINAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT, DIPLOMA OR GED Homeschooled students should submit a Homeschool Completion Form
  2. 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). For further information and forms, click here
    You must submit your immunization records before you will be allowed to register for the term.

Transfer Students
If you have previously attended college and would like to have your credits evaluated, you must submit an official transcripts from all colleges attended and fill out the Transfer Credit Evaluation form.

IMPORTANT: Your transcript will only be evaluated once we receive the transfer credit evaluation form. For registration purposes, an unofficial transcript is adequate proof that you have met course prerequisites.

CHANGE OF SEMESTER: If you applied within the past two years but did not register for classes, fill out the Change Semester Form.

2. APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
You must apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Learn more: Financial Aid

3. TAKE YOUR BASIC SKILLS ASSESSMENT

You need to schedule an appointment for the computerized Basic Skills Assessment (BSA), approximately two hours in length. Check Here To See If You Are Exempt From Taking The BSA.

Schedule a BSA appointment now.
A brief New Student Workshop immediately before the BSA will prepare you for your registration meeting and include an overview of basic information to support a successful first semester. Selecting a BSA appointment automatically registers you for the workshop.

Additional information on the BSA & sample tests.

4. SEE AN ADVISOR AND REGISTER

New students are highly encouraged to meet with an advisor to select the courses appropriate for their degree and/or certificate.

Danielson: Advisors are available in the Student Success Center across from the cafeteria. Stop by or call 860-932-4008.
Quick question? email advising:
advising@qvcc.edu


Willimantic Center: If you only plan on attending classes at the Willimantic Center, advisors are available on a walk-in or appointment basis by calling 860-336-0903.

You must pay your college fees at the time of registration or be approved for financial aid.

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