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Enrollment Steps

1

Apply for Certificate or Degree Program Acceptance

[For Guest Student or Individual Classes (without applying to a program for a certificate or degree), please visit Enrolling in Individual Courses]

Proof of high school completion is required for acceptance into certificate or degree program. A minimum High School GPA is not required for acceptance to the College. Please note that some programs require additional criteria. Visit QCC's Academics for additional information.

Note: Graduating Seniors: Please submit your Final High School Transcript by June 30 to remain in your college's program acceptance and class registration.  

Please visit the Admissions Document Center to attach your high school document.


How to Pay for College?

Financial Aid Option: Visit QCC's Financial Aid web page for more information.

QCC Payment Plan Options

Questions regarding the payment plan, please contact the Business Office at: businessoffice [at] qcc.mass.edu or 508.854.4560

Need FAFSA Help?

Call MassEdCo at: 508.754.6829
QCC FAFSA Help: Call 508.854.4261 for Zoom appointments

We look forward to welcoming you to QCC soon!

2

Register for Classes 

  • New QCC Students: Once you are accepted into your program, you will receive an email from the Admissions Office to fill out the New Student Registration Request form. 
  • Prior/Returning QCC Students: Please contact the Advising Center at advising [at] qcc.mass.edu or 508.854.4308 for course placement and registration discussion (emails/phone calls only).

Please be sure to submit your High School (HS) transcript for course placement review by the Advising Center.  U.S. High School GPA of 2.7 or higher may qualify students to place into College level English and Math courses.

Note: If you have graduated within the last 10 years, an Advisor will ask you for your final high school transcript and/or college transcript.  If you graduated more than 10 years ago, it is not necessary to have your high school transcript when communicating with the Advising Center.

  • Summer I: Classes begin May 24 [Registration begins April 12]
  • Summer II: Classes begin July 5 [Registration begins April 12]
  • Fall: Classes begin September 7 [Registration begins April 12]
Please view our Academic Calendar for other important dates.

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