Transfer Programs and Articulation Agreements
College and University Programs
Most Quincy College credit courses are accepted for transfer to other colleges and universities. Quincy College has agreements (called Transfer Agreements, Articulation Agreements, and Mobility Agreements) with several institutions which allow graduates of specific Associate Degree programs to transfer with advanced standing in specific baccalaureate programs. The courses taken at Quincy College count towards the bachelor’s degree just as if they had been taken at the four-year school. For other four-year colleges, courses are accepted on a course by course basis. Transfer agreements are typically entered for a specific period of time but many are honored pending grants and renewals.
Quincy College students transfer to a wide variety of colleges and universities including Bay State College, Bridgewater State University, Curry College, Eastern Nazarene College, Framingham State, Laboure College, Northeastern University, Suffolk University, UMass Boston, UMass Dartmouth, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Wheelock College, and others.
Quincy College has over 25 individual program articulation agreements with colleges throughout the Boston metro area and beyond. Click here for a current list.
Pre-College and High School Programs
Quincy College has articulation agreements and dual enrollment programs with area high schools designed to allow students to earn college credits while still in high school. These off-campus credit classes, which are available at a number of participating area high schools, help students make a smooth transition from high school to college. In addition, high school students may enroll in courses at Quincy College, with permission from their guidance counselor, at a reduced tuition rate.
Archbishop Williams High School
Bais Yaakov of Boston
Plymouth High School: Graphic Arts, Allied Health, and Early Childhood Education
Weymouth High School: Computer Science
Weymouth High School: Early Childhood Education
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