New Student Orientation
Welcome New Students
We look forward to welcoming all new students to the Quincy College community as part of the New Student Orientation (NSO) program. We are excited to offer both in-person and live virtual orientation program sessions to give students an idea of what to expect as they begin their education at Quincy College.
At our New Student Orientation, you’ll be introduced to all that Quincy College has to offer. Learn about support services and extracurricular activities, meet faculty and staff — and other incoming students like you! It’s a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the campus, ask questions, finalize your fall class schedule, or meet with a Financial Aid counselor.
We look forward to welcoming you this fall and encourage you to contact us with any questions by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2024 NSO Student registration now closed.
|Wednesday, January 10
|Thursday, January 11
If you register for 9 or more credits you will automatically be charged a one time $30 picture ID fee. You are required to carry this card on you at all times while on campus. Student ID pictures are taken in the Security Office, Room 333 on the 3rd floor of Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street in Quincy Center, and at the Front Desk at the Plymouth Campus. Click here for more information.
View the full list of our available programs, the current Academic Calendar, and course catalog.
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Shop for textbooks, school supplies, laptops, headphones, and Quincy College swag. Located in Room 325, 3rd floor of President’s Place. Click here to visit our online store.
Our Quincy and Plymouth campus libraries are equipped with wireless access, computer lab and/or individual workstations, a variety of study seating and Collaboration Rooms that can be reserved for group study and projects. Click here to visit the library website.
The mission of the Quincy College Athletic program is to provide our student athletes with the opportunity to enhance their overall educational experience through participation in intercollegiate or intramural athletics. Click here to visit our Athletics page.
The Quincy College Financial Aid Office determines the financial aid available to eligible students based on the information provided in their FAFSA and counsels them through the financial aid process. Click here to visit our Financial Aid page.
Meet with an Academic Advisor to help you determine what classes you need for your degree or academic goals. Click here to visit our Advising page.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Law requires all full time students (12 or more credits) under 30 years of age and all part-time and full-time health science students and any full or part-time students while on student or other visa, including foreign exchange students attending or visiting classes as part of an academic visitation or exchange program provide record of immunizations. Health Science students require additional immunizations and a physical exam. Complete the Immunization Forms for the Registrar Office.
If you have not already done so, please complete the following steps:
Pay your $50 seat deposit at quincycollege.edu/deposit. This will be credited toward your tuition.
Have your official high school transcripts or HiSET/GED records sent to the Admissions Office or bring in your diploma or certificate. If you have completed college courses, have your official transcripts sent. Any high school or college completed outside of the United States must be evaluated by CED.
Take the Quincy College Placement Test. If you have completed a college-level math or English course at a regionally accredited institution with a grade of C or higher, you may be exempted from completing the placement test as long as you provide official transcripts showing completion of these courses. International Students should complete the LOEP test. For the placement test and LOEP test schedule, please see the Testing Center page.
Meet with a College Advisor to pick your classes for next semester.
Register for classes online through the Quincy College Portal.
All documents can be mailed to:
Quincy College Admissions Office
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169
Mandatory Nursing Orientation
Incoming Quincy College Nursing students MUST attend a mandatory Nursing Orientation.
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