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Quincy College is a fully accredited, affordable institution of higher learning, founded over 50 years ago, offering 35 associate degree programs and 23 certificate programs. We have a student government association, WiFi buildings, free tutoring, supportive student advisors, a committed faculty and a college wide focus on teaching and learning. Quincy College is a unique learning environment where cultures meet, join forces, and weave a global context around college academics.  Quincy College offers two convenient locations, Quincy and Plymouth, flexible office hours, non-traditional semesters, and online course offerings designed to meet the needs of even the most hectic schedule. Whatever your program interests, be sure to come visit us! Becoming a Quincy College student is as simple as meeting with one of our Admissions Associates. No appointment is required and we hope to see you soon.

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Admission Requirements

Of our 35 associate degree programs and 23 certificate programs, we have 31 associate degrees and 18 certificates that are open enrollment, which means that you can apply and be accepted at any time – the only requirement is that you’ve completed high school or a HiSET/GED. To enroll in one of these programs, follow the steps below.

Apply to Quincy College

Click here to apply now for an associate degree or certificate program.

Apply for Financial Aid

Visit our Financial Aid Office’s page to find out if you are eligible and how to apply.

Submit Official Transcripts

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

All documents can be mailed to:

Quincy College Admissions Office
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Take the Quincy College Placement Test

Quincy College placement tests are mandatory for new, incoming students seeking an associate degree or certificate. 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. Students looking to take ESL classes should complete the LOEP test. Placement tests and LOEP tests are offered on a walk-in basis according to the following schedule:

Tuesdays and Thursdays

  • LOEP test: 8:30 am or 1:00 pm (please arrive at least 15 minutes early)
  • Placement test: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

Fridays

  • LOEP test: 8:30 am (please arrive at least 15 minutes early)
  • Placement test: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Register for Classes

Visit the Registrar’s Office or register in the MyQCPortal

Non-Degree Seeking Students

If you are looking to take classes to transfer to another college or university or for your own personal interests and you are not looking to get a degree from Quincy College, you can register as a Non-Degree Seeking student. Please note that Non-Degree Seeking students are not eligible to receive Financial Aid; if you hope to use Financial Aid, please apply to one of our associate degree or certificate programs.

For more information on how to register as a non-degree seeking student click here.

Health Science Selective Program Requirements

Quincy College offers 2 associate degree and 2 certificate programs in the health sciences that are selective, meaning that applicants must complete certain requirements in order to be considered, and the most qualified candidates will be selected for the program. If you have not completed the prerequisites for the program that you are interested in and would like to do so at Quincy College, please apply for our Natural Science program. Select a program below to learn about the application requirements:

Phlebotomy Certificate

Full time program

10 months; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm

Starts in Fall and Spring at the Quincy and Plymouth campuses

Requirements

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • Qualified Health Science Admissions Test with minimum scores of 70 for Reading Comprehension and 70 for Sentence Skills OR completion of ENG101 with a C or higher
  • Summary of work history in the health care field OR personal statement regarding desire to work in the health care field

For curriculum information click here.

Surgical Technology Certificate

Full time program

1 year; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm

Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy campus only

Requirements

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • Qualified Health Science Admissions Test with minimum scores of 86 for Reading Comprehension, 96 for Sentence Skills, and 70 for Arithmetic OR completion of ENG101 with a C or higher and MAT103 with a C or higher
  • HSC 107: Orientation to Health Care (1 credit) with a C or higher
  • HSC140: Medical Terminology (3 credits) with a C or higher

For curriculum information click here.

Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree

Full time program

2 years; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm

Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy campus only

Part time program

2 ½ years; students should be available 3 nights per week from 3 pm – 10 pm

Begins in Spring semester at Quincy campus only

Requirements

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • Qualified Health Science Admissions Test with minimum scores of 86 for Reading Comprehension, 96 for Sentence Skills, and 70 for Arithmetic OR completion of ENG101 with a C or higher and MAT103 with a C or higher
  • HSC 107: Orientation to Health Care (1 credit) with a C or higher
  •  HSC149: Applied Anatomy & Physiology for Health Care Professionals (4 credits) with a C or higher OR BIO131: Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) and BIO132: Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits) both with a C or higher
  • BIO111: General Biology (4 credits) with a C or higher
  • CHE121: General Chemistry (4 credits) with a C or higher OR CHE141: Introduction to Chemistry (4 credits) with a C or higher OR CHE103: Introduction to Forensic Science (4 credits) with a C or higher

For curriculum information click here.

Physical Therapist Assistant Associate Degree

Full time program

2 ½ years; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm

Begins in Fall semester at the Plymouth campus only

Requirements

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • TEAS V exam with a minimum overall score of 60% (visit atitesting.com to register)
  • BIO111: General Biology (4 credits) with a grade of C or higher OR BIO103: Anatomy & Physiology I with a grade of C or higher (for applicants graduating from high school, a high school Biology course with a grade of B or higher)
  • ENG097 or placement into ENG101 on the Accuplacer
  • MAT097 or placement into MAT207 on the Accuplacer

For curriculum information click here.

Nursing Program Requirements

We are currently accepting applications for the ASN and LPN to RN programs starting in Spring 2017. The application deadline for these programs is October 21, 2016. Apply Now.

All nursing programs for Fall 2016 are full and we are no longer accepting applications.

The application for Fall 2017 will be available online in January 2017.

All accepted nursing students are required enroll with CastleBranch and submit required documentation. Please register and submit your information and complete the drug screening process prior to Friday, September 2nd. Students who fail to complete the requirements will not be able to attend clinical and will not be able to continue in the program.

Certified Nursing Assistant Non-Degree Program

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For Curriculum information click here.


Practical Nursing Certificate

Full-time program:

  • 10 months; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm
  • Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy and Plymouth campuses

Part-time program:

  • 2 years; students should be available 3 nights per week from 3 pm – 10 pm
  • Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy campus only

Requirements:

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • ATI TEAS exam with a minimum overall score of 58.7% (Visit atitesting.com to register. For instructions on registering for the ATI TEAS, please see the below Nursing FAQs)

For curriculum information click here.


Nursing (ASN) Associate Degree

Full-time program:

  • 2 years; students should be available Monday – Friday from 7 am – 3 pm
  • Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy and Plymouth campuses

Part-time program:

  • 2 ½ years; students should be available 3 nights per week from 3 pm – 10 pm
  • Begins in Spring semester at the Quincy and Plymouth campuses

Requirements:

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • ATI TEAS exam with a minimum overall score of 68.7% (Visit atitesting.com to register. For instructions on registering for the ATI TEAS, please see the below Nursing FAQs)
  • ENG101: English Composition I (3 credits) with a grade of C or higher
  • MAT103: College Algebra (3 credits) or a higher level math class with a grade of C or higher
  • PSY101: General Psychology (3 credits) with a grade of C or higher
  • BIO111: General Biology (4 credits) with a grade of C or higher within the past 10 years OR BIO131: Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) with a grade of C or higher within the past 10 years

For curriculum information click here.


Nursing (LPN to RN) Associate Degree

Please note: this program is for students who are currently Licensed Practical Nurses and would like to become Registered Nurses. If you are not a nurse and would like to become a Licensed Practical Nurse, please see the Practical Nursing Certificate Program. If you would like to study to become a Registered Nurse, please see Nursing (ASN) Associate Degree.

Evening program:

  • 1 year; students should be available 4 nights per week from 2 pm – 11 pm
  • Begins in Fall semester at the Quincy and Plymouth campuses and begins in Spring semester at the Plymouth campus

Weekend program:

  • 1 year; students should be available Fridays from 3 pm – 10 pm, Saturdays from 9 am – 12 pm, and Sundays from 7 am – 7 pm
  • Begins in Spring semester at the Quincy campus only

Requirements:

  • Official high school transcript or HiSET/GED records or original diploma (if completed outside the United States, high school transcripts/diplomas must be evaluated by CED)
  • Official transcript from Practical Nursing program
  • Valid Practical Nursing License
  • ENG101: English Composition I (3 credits) with a grade of C or higher
  • MAT103: College Algebra (3 credits) or a higher level math class with a grade of C or higher
  • PSY101: General Psychology (3 credits) with a grade of C or higher
  • BIO131: Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) with a grade of C or higher
  • BIO132: Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits) with a grade of C or higher

For curriculum information click here.


Nursing FAQs

How do I decide which nursing program is right for me?

There are three different nursing programs at Quincy College that fit the needs of many different students.

  • Practical Nursing: the Practical Nursing program is a 10-month (day) or 2-year (evening) certificate program that makes students eligible to take the NCLEX for Practical Nursing. This program is good for students who are looking to complete a program quickly in order to start working as a nurse as soon as possible, or for students who feel that they cannot commit to a longer program.
  • Associate of Science in Nursing: the ASN program is a 2-year (day) or 2 ½ – year (evening) program that makes students eligible to take the NCLEX for Registered Nursing. This program is good for students whose ultimate goal is to become an RN, or for students who plan to continue on to a BSN program.
  • LPN to RN: the LPN to RN program is a 1 year associate degree program that makes students eligible to take the NCLEX for Registered Nursing. This program is designed specifically for students who already hold a Practical Nursing license and would like to become RNs.

When does the nursing program start at each campus?

Nursing programs begin in either the Fall or Spring semester each year.

Practical Nursing

  • Day: Quincy and Plymouth, begins in Fall semester
  • Evening: Quincy only, begins in Fall semester

ASN

  • Day: Quincy and Plymouth, begins in Fall semester
  • Evening: Quincy and Plymouth, begins in Spring semester

LPN to RN

  • Evening: Quincy and Plymouth, begins in Fall semester; Plymouth, begins in Spring semester
  • Weekend: Quincy, begins in Spring semester

What is the schedule for nursing classes?

For any day nursing program, students are expected to be available between 7 am and 3 pm Monday through Friday. For evening PN and ASN, students are expected to be available three nights per week (exact days change from year to year) from 3 pm to 11 pm. The LPN to RN evening programs run four nights per week, two from 4 pm to 9 pm and two from 2:30 pm to 10:30 pm. The weekend LPN to RN program runs Fridays from 3 pm to 6 pm, Saturdays from 9 am to 12 pm, and Sundays 7 am to 7 pm.

How much does the nursing program cost?

Tuition varies from year to year. For the 2015-2016 academic year, the total cost of each program was:

  • Practical Nursing Certificate: $21,568
  • Associate of Science in Nursing: $33,403
  • LPN to RN: $17,389

If a student has already completed courses from the core curriculum, the price of these courses can be subtracted from the total program cost.

How many seats are available in each program?

For each program, there are approximately 30 seats available at each campus that the program is offered at.

How do I enroll in a nursing program?

All three nursing programs are selective, meaning that applicants must complete a set of prerequisites and their application will be considered by a selection committee. Applicants must complete the online application for nursing by the deadline.

Can I apply to a nursing program right out of high school?

For the Practical Nursing program, students can apply right out of high school as long as they have completed the other prerequisites. The ASN and LPN to RN programs both require college-level courses as prerequisites, so students would need to complete these classes in the Natural Science program before applying to nursing.

When is the application deadline?

Deadlines vary from year to year. For the Spring 2017 programs, the application deadline is October 21, 2016.

Is there an application fee?

The application fee for the nursing program is $50 and cannot be waived. The payment can be made online by credit card or echeck.

What are the prerequisites for the nursing program?

All applicants need to be able to prove that they completed high school or a HiSET/GED. Other prerequisites vary by program.

Practical Nursing

  • ATI TEAS exam with a minimum total score of 58.7%

ASN

  • ATI TEAS exam with a minimum total score of 68.7%
  • General Biology with lab OR Anatomy & Physiology I with lab (completed within the past 10 years)
  • College Algebra (or a higher level math class)
  • English Composition I
  • General Psychology

LPN to RN

  • Anatomy and Physiology I with lab
  • Anatomy and Physiology II with lab
  • College Algebra (or a higher level math class)
  • English Composition I
  • General Psychology
  • Valid Practical Nursing License
  • Completion of a Practical Nursing Certificate program

All classes must be completed at the college level with a grade of C or higher.

How can I take prerequisites at Quincy College?

Applicants can take prerequisite courses at Quincy College by enrolling in our Natural Science program.

Can I take prerequisites at an institution other than Quincy College?

Prerequisites can be completed at any regionally accredited college or university. Applicants will be required to submit official transcripts proving their completion. Courses must be 3 credits (4 for lab sciences) each and the applicant must earn a grade of C or higher in each course.

Can I get a prerequisite waived?

No, all applicants must complete every prerequisite before the application deadline in order to be considered for the program.

Can I take the ATI TEAS exam at Quincy College?

The Quincy and Plymouth campuses are both testing sites for the ATI TEAS exam, and it is recommended that applicants complete the exam at Quincy College if possible to avoid the additional fee for sending scores. Registration for the test is through ATI at atitesting.com.

Can I take the ATI TEAS exam at another institution or testing location?

Applicants can complete the ATI TEAS exam at any testing site but must indicate that they would like their scores to be sent to Quincy College.

How do I register for the ATI TEAS exam?

  • Go to www.atitesting.com
  • Under Secure Sign On on the right side of the page, click Create an account (if you already have an account, enter your username and password and skip to step 4)
  • Fill in the required information to create your account
  • Once you are logged into your account, click Online Store in the top right corner of your account homepage
  • In the Online Store under Register for… on the left side of the page, select TEAS
  • On the Registration page, select Program Type: TEAS for Nursing Students, Country: USA, State: whichever state you plan to take the exam in, City: whichever city you plan to take the exam in and click Next
  • All available TEAS exams in the city of your choice will appear on the Browse Sessions page – find an exam that works for you and click the Register button
  • In Your Shopping Cart, click the Check Out button to pay for the exam

How long are ATI TEAS scores good for?

ATI TEAS scores are good for two years.

How much does the ATI TEAS exam cost?

The ATI TEAS exam costs $86.

If I didn’t get a high enough score on the ATI TEAS, can I retake it?

Applicants can take the ATI TEAS three times in an academic year and must wait 30 days between each test.

I took two sections of the ATI TEAS exam already. Can I take just the other two, or do I have to take all four together?

All four sections of the test must be taken together in order for the score to be counted. If an applicant completed only one, two, or three sections, they will have to take the entire test again with all four sections.

Are there any other classes that I should take besides the prerequisites before entering the nursing program?

It is highly recommended (but not required) that applicants complete courses from the core curriculum in addition to the prerequisites. These courses vary among the three programs.

Practical Nursing

  • Nutrition
  • Anatomy and Physiology I and II with labs (or Applied A&P for Health Care Professionals)
  • Microbiology with lab
  • Math
  • General Psychology
  • Growth and Development

ASN

  • General Biology with lab
  • Anatomy and Physiology I and II with labs
  • Microbiology with lab
  • Introduction to Computers
  • English Composition II
  • History/Government Core

LPN to RN

  • General Biology with lab
  • Microbiology with lab
  • Introduction to Computers
  • English Composition II
  • History/Government Core

All classes must be completed at the college level with a grade of C or higher.

Do I need to complete all of the prerequisites before submitting my application?

Yes, all prerequisites must be completed in order to submit the online application. Courses that are required as prerequisites may be in progress at the time of submission.

How are nursing applications evaluated?

Applications are evaluated based on grades in the prerequisite courses, ATI TEAS scores (if applicable), prior work validation, grades in the student’s Practical Nursing program (if applicable), and completion of the core curriculum. Students with high grades and ATI TEAS scores, work experience in the health care field, and completion of most or all of the core curriculum will have the best chance of acceptance into the program.

When will I be notified if I am accepted?

Admissions decisions are sent out via mail and email within 6 weeks of the application deadline.

I received a letter saying that I was waitlisted for the nursing program. What does this mean?

Qualified applicants may be placed on a waitlist if there are not enough seats in the program for everyone. If an accepted student decides not to attend the program, students will be called from the waitlist as soon as possible. The Admissions Office cannot release the order of the waitlist.

If I was rejected from the nursing program or placed on the waitlist but didn’t get a seat, how can I apply for a future semester?

Students must submit a separate application for each semester that they wish to apply for. Any transcripts or other documents submitted with the first application will be kept on file and do not need to be resubmitted.

I was accepted into the nursing program but I would like to attend in a future semester instead of the semester for which I was accepted. Can I defer to another semester?

Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee students a seat for any semester other than the one for which they were accepted. If an accepted student wishes to enroll in a different semester, they can ask for the Admissions Office to defer their application (NOT their acceptance) to a different semester (they do not have to pay the $30 fee again). They will be considered again by the admissions committee. Students do not need to resubmit any transcripts or other documentation unless they wish to provide updated versions.

I have taken nursing classes at another institution. Can I transfer the credits in?

Typically, Quincy College will not accept nursing credits from another institution. However, in some cases, one nursing course (Fundamentals of Nursing or equivalent) will be accepted for the ASN program only. These transfers are on a seat-available basis. Students must fill out a transfer application and complete the following prerequisites:

  • Letter from applicant requesting the transfer
  • $50 application fee
  • Official high school transcripts or original diploma
  • ATI TEAS exam with a score of 68.7% or higher
  • Grade Point Average of 2.3 (C+) or higher from transferring school
  • Official transcripts documenting completion of the following classes with a grade of C or higher
    • Anatomy and Physiology I with lab (within the past five years)
    • Introduction to Chemistry with lab or General Chemistry with lab (within the past ten years)
    • English Composition I
    • General Psychology
    • College Algebra (or a higher level math class)
    • Fundamentals of Nursing or equivalent: must be a 7 credit course or more taken within one year of applying to Quincy College (course syllabus must also be submitted)
  • Two letters of reference from previous school, one from a clinical instructor and one from the program chairperson
  • Interview with the Dean of Nursing or her designee

Can I retake a nursing class after withdrawing or failing?

If a student withdraws from or fails from a nursing course, the Department of Nursing will contact the student about retaking the class. Students are only allowed one retake during their time in the program.

What is the joint admission program with UMass Boston and how do I sign up for it?

Students who successfully complete our ASN or LPN to RN program are eligible for joint admission for UMass Boston’s online BSN program. Students will have the opportunity to indicate their interest on their application and will be enrolled in the program if they successfully complete the Quincy College program and pass the NCLEX.

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How do I apply to become a Quincy College student?

Quincy College makes it easy for you to start college even if you’ve never taken college courses before. We have Admissions staff ready and waiting to assist you with no appointment required. You may contact our Admissions/Advising Office by calling 617-984-1710 or by email at admissions@quincycollege.edu.

If you prefer, you may use this website to get all the information you need to start. The first step is finding the program you are interested in. Click here to view a list of our available programs. Once you find a program that interests you, review the program’s requirements.

In order to become a Quincy College student you must submit the Admissions Application,  along with a $30 application fee. Once payment is received and processed you will become an accepted student.

Is there an application deadline?

For our non-selective programs, Quincy College operates on a rolling admission basis, so students can apply and be accepted at any time.

Can I fill out the Admissions application online?

Yes. Students may apply online through the My QC Campus Portal. Or students may print out the application from our website and either mail in or fax in the application, or students may come in to the Admissions Office and submit the application. Download the Admissions Application here. Our mailing address is Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02169 and our fax number is 617-984-1794.

How can I meet with an Admissions Officer to get help with selecting classes?

Students do not need to make an appointment to meet with an Admissions Officer. We take students on a walk-in basis. Our office hours are Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm and Fridays from 9am-4pm.

Our Admissions Officers and Advising Specialists will gladly schedule a one-on-one appointment to help you select your academic schedule for an upcoming semester. The office also welcomes walk-ins if you are on campus and would like to stop in for academic advising. The Admissions/Advising Office, located in Presidents Place – Room 111, is available Monday through Thursday from 8am to 6:00pm and Friday 8am to 5pm throughout the calendar year. Should you have any questions or if you would like to request a time to meet with an advisor, call us at 617-984-1710 or email us at admissions@quincycollege.edu.

What is the difference between a Degree Seeking and Non-Degree Seeking student?

Degree Seeking students are seeking a degree or certificate from Quincy College and are eligible to apply for financial aid. These students need to meet with an academic advisor for course approval at the beginning of each semester. Students who are Non-Degree Seeking are not seeking a degree from Quincy College and are not eligible for financial aid. Students who are Non-Degree Seeking do not need to submit an Admissions application and do not need to meet with an advisor for course selection.

Do I need to take the SAT?

No, the SAT (and ACT) are not required to enroll at Quincy College.

How do I schedule a college placement exam?

Upon submitting an admissions application, students can stop by the Testing Center in Presidents Place, Room 414, for walk-in placement exam testing. Walk-ins are first come, first serve.

For exam schedules please visit the Testing Center page.

How do I schedule a Nursing and Health Sciences Exam?

Students planning to apply for any of our Health Sciences programs must complete the admissions exam prior to applying. Health Science programs include Surgical Technology, Phlebotomy, and Clinical Laboratory Science. The exam costs $25.00 and is administered each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To pay for and schedule the exam, please go to the Office of the Registrar.

Please download the Nursing and Natural & Health Sciences Testing Request form.

Is there an application fee?

Yes, there is a $30 application fee which is payable online by debit, credit, or echeck.

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1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

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Plymouth, MA 02360

Tel:  (508) 747-0400

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