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Career and Academic Advisement Services

How QCC Southbridge can help...

Advising and Career Planning:

  • Can help you decide which QCC program of study is best for you
  • Provide career counseling and information on careers associated with QCC programs of study
  • Interpret your placement scores
  • Assist with registration for courses
  • Provide information on important resources


In lieu of testing, Academic Advisors are prepared to review your previous high school or college transcripts, or will request a writing sample from you to ensure proper placement into English classes (or classes that require English).

For Math, QCC has created a Math Skills Check for your review. Please go through the Math Skills check to determine your most appropriate placement in Mathematics (and courses that require Mathematics). Note: Your math pathway may vary depending on your Program of Study. For more information, please contact Advising at advising [at]

To request your Fall schedule, please fill out the registration survey, and an academic advisor will contact you within 3-5 business days with your schedule or a request for more information. 

Transfer Services

If your goal is to transfer to another college or university for a Bachelor's degree, it's never too early to learn about what is involved and how to prepare. Basic information on transfer planning, including steps to getting started and the transfer application process, will be provided. Get started by checking out the transfer office website: For more information, contact Dan de la Torre at 508.854.4404 or by email at: ddelatorre [at]

Career Placement Services

  • Can assist with identifying career opportunities
  • Find up-to-date information on the latest job market trends
  • Can assist with acquiring work experience in your field through internships, co-ops and service learning opportunities

The Career Placement Services office provides assistance with developing the job search skills to successfully transition from school to work, such as resume and job interview preparation and on-line job board skills. The office also assists students who are interested in gaining credit for prior learning, workplace experience and training. For more information, contact Career Placement at 508.854.4439 or by email at: careerservices [at]

Unemployment Training Benefits Help

If you have an active unemployment claim and have been directed to ask the College to complete part of an application for a training benefit such as Training Opportunities Program (TOP), Section 30, TRADE/TAA, ITA, or others), most of these services can be completed virtually. Visit the Unemployment Benefits website for more information.