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December Look Ahead

November, 2019
  • QCC's Harrington Learning Center shines brightly as we head into December.
    QCC's Harrington Learnign Center shines brightly as we head into December and the shortest days of the year.
  • QCC student Roanlis Toribio Jimenez at the Alden Library. Finals week begin December 11 and the library is a great place to stu
    QCC student Roanlis Toribio Jimenez at the Alden Library. Finals week begin December 11 and the library is a great place to study.
  • QCC Police Academy Cadets took part in No Shave November, an annual event for cancer awareness.
    QCC Police Academy Cadets took part in No Shave November, an annual event for cancer awareness.
  • PTK is selling poinsettas to benefit the new Live and Learn Greenhouse.
    PTK is selling poinsettas to benefit the new Live and Learn Greenhouse. Stop by room 351 in the Administration Building and pick one up for the holidays.

November 27-December 24: Phi Theta Kappa is selling Poinsettias to support the new Live and Learn Greenhouse. Assorted colors and sizes are available in the Administration Building, room 351A. Make sure to stop by and pick up one for your desk! For questions or to reserve a plant, contact PTK Advisor Bonnie Coleman at bcoleman [at] qcc.mass.edu

Monday, December 2: The Peer Mentoring Program invites all QCC students to a drop-in finals study session from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the Harrington Learning Center, rooms 109 A&B. Stop by for free tutoring support, food, study supplies and QCC swag. Free print card to the first 25 students. Questions? Email Associate Professor Lizette Cordeiro at lcordeiro [at] qcc.mass.edu

Wednesday, December 4: Faculty and Staff are invited to Coffee with The President Listening Session from 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at QCC’s Healthcare and Workforce Development Center, 25 Federal Street, Worcester in room 221D. Refreshments will be served.

Saturday, December 7: Quinsigamond Community College Alumni Association Advisory Board will presents a Mystery Dinner Theater featuring the Comical Mystery Tour Players in "Grandma Got Runned Over by a... Oh Dear!" at 5:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. Proceeds benefit the QCC Alumni Scholarship Fund. To learn more and register for the event visit, Holiday Mystery Theater Register by Monday, Dec. 2.  For questions, contact June Vo at 508.854.4235.

Wednesday, December 11- Wednesday, December 17: Final week of classes for the Fall 2019 semester!

December Spotlight: Winter Clothing Drive is going on until December 6! The cold weather is upon us and QCC’s Early Childhood Education Club (in conjunction with the Athletic Center) is currently collecting donations of new or gently used winter coats and accessories for QCC students and their children. If you haven’t already made a donation, please take a moment to consider doing so and helping out our students and their families in need. Donation boxes are located in the Child Study Center, the Second floor of the Harrington Learning Center, and in room 348 of the Administration Building. Donations are also being accepted at the Athletic Center and the President’s Office, room 132A. Suggested Jacket Sizes:

  • Children/Youth sizes 4-8
  • Adult sizes
  • Suggested Boot Sizes:
  • Children/Youth sizes 10-4
  • Adult sizes

Please make sure garments are clean and in good condition before dropping them off. Any questions, reach out to Early Childhood Club Advisor Karen O’Neill at koneill [at] qcc.mass.edu

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