Community Collaboration

We welcome lifelong learners and students of all ages looking to pursue a class, a certificate, or a degree. We provide and support you on a pathway to success.

Quincy College has agreements with 20 institutions in the Boston-area and beyond to help students transition from their associate degree to a bachelor degree program.

For more information about College and University programs and Pre-College and High School Programs use the menu on this page.

Advisory boards play an important role at Quincy College. These boards are made up of industry leaders in each of programs listed below. Boards meet regularly with college program leaders and faculty to review program offerings, industry trends, and relevant data to insure that a Quincy College certificate or degree will match the skills needed to be successful in the chosen career area.

Click on the name of an advisory board below to review the current advisory board members and their professional connections:

Click here to download the list of advisory boards and the current members.

Biotechnology and Compliance

  • Marshall Milner Executive Director of Science Training Programs University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Geoffrey Hodge Vice President, FlexFactory Contract Manufacturing Services GE/Xcellerex, Inc.
  • Pat Sacco Sr. Vice President, Manufacturing & Internal Operations Shire Human Genetic Therapies
  • Dr. Willow DiLuizo Associate Director BioProcess and Development Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (A Takeda Company)
  • Dr. David Malliaros Director, Analytical Technical Operations Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
  • *Bill Ciambrone Executive Vice President, Technical Operations Shire Human Genetic Therapies
  • *Matt Niloff Director of Sales Northeast and Mid-West Regions Xcellerex, Inc.
  • *Robert A. Dasso (Bob) QA Training Manager
    Lonza Biologics Inc.
  • *Mike Walsh Genzyme

*Alternate board members


  • Fred Caffrey Principal/Owner CTC Associates Inc.
  • Adam Conrad* Assistant Vice President MountainOne Bank
  • John Diluna Director of Facilities & Safety W.B. Mason Co.
  • Lisa Goldstein* CMA Accountant, Finance & Administration Manager Centering Healthcare Institute
  • Bruce Haas Mission Advancement Director South Shore YMCA
  • Bill Harris CFP, Co-Founder WH Cornerstone Investments
  • Tom Harris Senior Vice President, Finance & Treasurer Quincy Mutual Group
  • Rick Holmes Partner/Creative Director Haymaker Ko
  • Ron Iacobucci Business Services Representative South Shore Coastal
  • Thomas Kelly Chief Financial Officer South Shore Chamber of Commerce
  • Mike McDonald President Clinical 1 Home Medical
  • Ken Michaud CEO G.H. Dean Company, Inc.
  • Dan Mondello Director of Marketing Quirk Auto Dealerships
  • Alison Moroz Director of Academic Affairs University of Phoenix
  • Dean Rizzo President Quincy Chamber of Commerce


Computer Science

  • Aby Alexander President/Chief Technology Officer eXstream Solutions
  • Eric Braun Founder South Shore Innovations
    Heather Hedlund Project Manager, HIPAA Compliance Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Mike Murphy Director, Health Information Exchange Forward Advantage Software
  • Tom Pham Associate Vice President for Technology Quincy College
  • Mahesh Pai Vice President of Engineering
  • Peter Rubbo Senor Systems Engineer
    CVS Caremark Corporation
  • Debby Stockbridge Professor of Computer Science Quincy College
  • James Trousdale Network Administrator Steward Healthcare
  • Gary Wallrapp Director of Career Services & Workforce Development Quincy College
  • Charles Williams Vice President, Data Migration and Management Forward Advantage Software
  • Richard Bramante Instructor Quincy College
  • James Peters Instructor Quincy College
  • Robert Pitts, Ph.D. Instructor Quincy College

Criminal Justice

  • John McGahan President and CEO Gavin Foundation
  • Matthew Delaney Instructor Quincy College
  • Robert Harnais Attorney Mahoney Harnais & Diamond
  • Sue Thibault Deputy Superintendent MA Department of Corrections

Early Childhood Education

  • Maureen Ajemian Retired Quincy High School
  • Evett Cortes Mentor-Early Childhood Consultant
    Boston Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Barbara Fisher Teacher Wollaston Child Care
  • Barbara Jacobs Associate Director Greater Boston Readiness Center
  • Kelley A. Joyce Executive Vice President Jack ‘n’ Jill Child Care Centers
  • Marylu Love Program Director/ Instructor
    Institute for Community Inclusion UMass Boston
  • Loretta Prendeville Family and Community Engagement Specialist Mass. Office of Early Education and Care
  • Vanessa Reiss-Vaughn Instructor Quincy College
  • Melodie Savage-Hanson Instructor Quincy College
  • Carla Seymour Boston ABCD
  • Deborah Steele Instructor Quincy College
  • Kristine Swan Learning Center Director South Shore YMCA

Exercise Science/Health & Fitness Center

  • Ross Reel, M.D. Physician Harvard Vanguard
  • David Murphy, J.D. Attorney State Street Bank
  • Fred Doyle, J.D. Director of Non-Credit Programs Quincy College
  • Karen Peterson, M.S. Director
    South Shore YMCA Health, Fitness, Wellness Programs
  • Patricia Churchill, B.S. Member of Health & Fitness Program Quincy College
  • Julie Blackburn Student Quincy College Exercise Science Program


  • Conni DiLego Director of Elder Affairs Plymouth Council on Aging
  • Sherri Sore, M.S. Field Service Coordinator, COA
    Executive Office of Elder Affairs
  • Matt Muratore State Representative
  • Raquel Mullaney CEO Comfort Keepers of the South Shore & Cape Cod
  • Vinny deMacedo State Representative

Human Services

  • Joan Arches Program Coordinator of Human Services and Youth Work University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Mary Jane Knox Financial Aid Assistant Quincy College
  • Lauren Krikorian Pembroke Hospital
  • Kristen Lawlor Case Manager Volunteers of America
  • Joyce Livramento-Young Executive Director South Shore WIB
  • Susan Logan Director Taton Learning Institute
  • Roger Monty Executive Director ARC of Greater Plymouth
  • Shaher Mustafa Area Clinical Manager Department of Children and Families
  • Wendy Williams Chair, MSW Program Wheelock College


  • Michael E. Marrapodi, Ed.D. Dean of Online Programs and Inter-Institutional Affairs Quincy College
  • Robert Baker, J.D. Dean of Liberal Arts Quincy College
  • Richard Bramante Instructor Quincy College
  • Vincent Van Joolen Dean of Natural and Health Sciences Quincy College
  • Jim Fox Instructor of History Quincy College
  • Beverly Furtado Associate Director of Financial Aid Quincy College
  • Kechi Iheduru Instructor of Nursing Quincy College
  • Bilun Ozbilen Admissions Associate Quincy College
  • Carol Pepoli Instructor of Developmental English/Humanities Quincy College

Medical Lab Technology


  • Christina Allen Nurse Educator Quincy Medical
  • Pam Almada Director of Professional Development Jordan Hospital
  • Diane Arathuzi Associate Professor of Nursing Emmanuel College
  • Cindy Bechtel, Ph.D. Coordinator, MSN Program Framingham St. U.
  • Pat Bonner
  • Melanie Brace Director of Nursing Services
    Hancock Park Rehab and Nursing Center
  • Mary Elizabeth Coughlin Founder/President
    Caring Essentials Collaborative
  • Denise Darlington Nurse Educator Winchester Hospital
  • Kathleen Davidson Director of Nursing Kindred Healthcare
  • Beryl Davis Director of Nursing Medical Professional Institute
  • Gail Denault Director of Nurses Boston Cnt Rehab and Sub-Acute
  • Denise Edinger Associate Professor Laboure College
  • Kathy Faherty Director of Staff Education Marina Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehab
  • Lucille Force Director of Nursing Westwood Lodge Hospital
  • Pat Gales Director, Practical Nurse Program Upper Cape Regional Tech School
  • Jeannie Gird Newton Wellesley
  • Donna Gladney Coordinator Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP Track UMass Medical School
  • Penny Hennessy Practical Nursing Program Director Tri-County Vocational H.S.
  • Donna Lampman Faculty North Shore Community College
  • Idriz Limaj Chief Nursing Officer Hebrew Rehab/New Bridge
  • Alice Masiello South Shore Hospital
  • Nancy Matthews Nurse Hebrew Senior Life
  • Maureen McCann Chairperson, Practical Nursing Program Blue Hills Regional Technical Vocational School
  • Abigail Mina Adjunct instructor Quincy College
  • Regina Moran
  • Dr. Susan Mullaney Department Chair Framingham St. U.
  • Maureen Murphy Associate Professor Curry College
  • Denise Murphy Clinical Manager VNA Hospice Care
  • Mary Beth Pepin Practical Nurse Program Director Southeastern Tech-Institute
  • Christine Salvucci Assistant Chair Nursing, RN-BSN Program Director Labouré College
  • Maureen Sroczynski President and CEO
    Farley Associates, Inc.
  • Julie St. Onge Westwood Lodge Hospital
  • Laurie Terp Assistant Director of Nursing Newbridge
  • Donna Theodore Instructor of Nursing Quincy College
  • Mary Walsh Marion Manor
  • Sandra Woodward LPN/SDC Royal Braintree

Physical Therapist Assistant

Surgical Technician

  • Lynne Nardone CST Mass General Hosp.
  • Norma Rossetti Retired
  • Susan Twardy Perioperative Nurse Educator Brigham & Women’s Hosp.
  • Doreen Chauvin Dir. Surgical Svcs St. Anne’s Hospital
  • Darlene Connors Staff Nurse Lev. III Children’s Hosp- Boston
  • Margaret Egan CSFA Morton Hospital
  • Marsha Hopkins Nurse Mgr. Perioperative Svcs.
    VA HealthCare System
  • Dr. Jonathan Gates Surgeon- Directory Trauma Ctr. Brigham & Women’s Hosp.
  • Cheryl Grove Perioperative Sr. Staff Nurse Brigham & Women’s Hosp.
  • Denise Cremins Community member
  • Sandra Silvestri Clinical Nurse Specialist Mass General Hospital
  • Patrick Madigan ST Norwood Hospital
  • Michele Regan CST Brockton Hospital
  • Nancy Giacomozzi Perioperative Clinical Educator Boston Medical Center
  • Donna Amado Clinical Instructor, OR Boston Medical Center
  • Madalyn Gervasi Perioperative Educator
    Southcoast Hospital Group

Taking the Next Step

Quincy College has agreements with 20 institutions in the Boston-area and beyond to help students transition from their associate degree to a bachelor degree program. Colleges and universities participating in these agreements include the following:

  • Bay State College
  • Becker College
  • Boston University
  • California University of Pennsylvania
  • Cambridge College
  • Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • Curry College
  • Eastern Nazarene College
  • Emmanuel College
  • Excelsior College
  • Fisher College
  • Framingham State University
  • Geneva Business School (Switzerland)
  • Labouré College
  • Mount Ida College
  • Mt. Washington College
  • Northeastern University
  • Pine Manor College
  • UMass Boston
  • UMass Dartmouth
  • Wheelock College

Click here to see the specific programs offered by Quincy College and the programs they articulate to at these colleges and universities. For more information about program articulation and transfer agreements, contact the Office of Advising.

The Road to Quincy College Passes through Your High School

College on My Campus

Through the College on My Campus program, high school students can take courses that offer credit as part of their high school program and receive a Quincy College transcript for the same course. Credits earned through these courses are transferable to any college or university that would otherwise accept Quincy College credit. These dual enrollment courses are currently offered at the following high schools:

Students interested in dual enrollment should contact their high school guidance counselor or click here to receive more information.

Transfer Programs

Students may earn transfer credit for participating in various vocational/technical education programs at area high schools. These credits only apply toward a degree at Quincy College and are only transferable to another institution as part of a Quincy College certificate or degree program.

The following schools are currently part of the Transfer Program:

  • Blue Hills Regional Technical School
  • Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School
  • Brockton High School
  • Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School
  • Plymouth Public Schools
  • Quincy Public Schools
  • Rindge School of Technical Arts (Cambridge Rindge and Latin)
  • Silver Lake Regional High School
  • South Shore Vocational Technical High School
  • Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School
  • Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School
  • Weymouth High School



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Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) is partnering with Quincy College to bring a bachelor’s program to the Plymouth campus. You are invited to enroll in ENC’s courses at Quincy College to earn your 2+2 bachelor’s degree in Management.

Quincy College graduates can enter the ENC degree completion program as full-degree transfers. Earn your Associate degree from Quincy College and complete your bachelor’s degree with ENC.

For more information on the 2+2 program, check out the program page.

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David Kapolis

Adult & Graduate Studies • 2+2 Program

Bachelor of Arts: Management

The Bachelor of Arts in Management is designed for working adults who have already completed either an Associate degree in full or a large portion of their general education requirements. The 60-credit program seeks to help students advance in their chosen careers by developing skills and knowledge in management and general business that can be applied to a wide range of professional contexts.

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Program Outcomes

1. Analyze and evaluate internal and external business environments and dynamics.
2. Analyze an organization from a strategic perspective.
3. Construct and implement solutions in the business environment.
4. Apply appropriate leadership skills and styles to effectively collaborate with others.
5. Define, describe, and apply business concepts related to management principles and human resources management.
6. Identify critical events, profound ideas, and important discoveries that changed the world and continue to resonate today.
7. Formulate multi-step strategies for locating information and/or solving problems.
8. Emulate the communication practices of both scholars and professionals.
9. Articulate the beliefs, ideals, and practices common to Christianity, despite diversity of tradition and expression.
10. Evaluate an issue of moral tension from multiple positions.
11. Collaborate respectfully with a diverse, multicultural community.

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UMASS Boston- Joint Admissions

Quincy College announces JOINT ADMISSIONS with UMass Boston. Through this “One Application, Two Great Schools” program students are accepted to UMass Boston at the same time they are accepted to Quincy College.


We know you are eager to embark on a new degree in the United States. At Quincy College we are here to assist you every step of the way. With joint admissions through our “One Application – Two Great Schools” program you can ease into American college life at Quincy College in the “City of Presidents,” Quincy, Massachusetts. Then smoothly transition to the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Boston located in the hub of academic excellence, Boston, Massachusetts. This pathway program can lead you to an associate and bachelor degree. Your first step is to apply online here.


Quincy College, a Boston area institution, currently hosts over 400 international students from more than 121 countries around the globe. Our vibrant, student-centered program includes 35 major areas of study, including business, nursing, natural science, computer programming, and many others.

Through this joint admissions program, students who successfully complete the associates program at Quincy College with a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA may enroll in a bachelor’s degree program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. UMass Boston offers over 100 majors and programs of study and many opportunities for students to conduct research and participate in internship offerings.

To begin the process, complete the online application by clicking here and check the box in the international student section of the application indicating your interest in joint admissions.


Click here to apply online.
Questions? Contact the Quincy College Office of Admissions at +1-617-984-1710 or the Quincy College International Student Services office at +1-617-984-1674 or email

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Quincy College and Northeastern University create a Pathway for Bachelor’s Degree Completion

Offering a Streamlined Route to STEM Degrees

Northeastern University Stem Pathway

Quincy College and Northeastern University College of Professional Studies announced that Quincy College graduates will be able to make a seamless transition into Northeastern University College of Professional Studies after earning their associate’s degree to complete their bachelor’s degree. Through this new partnership, via the newly negotiated articulation agreement,  courses covered by the agreement taken at Quincy College count towards the bachelor’s degree just as if they had been taken at the four-year university.


This general articulation agreement supports all Quincy College majors providing a streamlined pathway to bachelor’s degree completion in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and health related fields. Under this agreement, Quincy College students must graduate with a strong academic record to attend the Northeastern University College of Professional Studies. Program specific articulation will be developed this spring.

Quincy College and Northeastern University as separate institutions have developed curricula and programs working to fill the growing need for skilled workers in the STEM fields, particularly in Massachusetts.  In addition, Quincy College has made capital investments of new laboratory space to support STEM skill development. Together, Quincy College and Northeastern University’s Lowell Institute School will provide a simplified, streamlined, and innovative pathway from an associate degree at Quincy College to a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University.

The partnership developed after both institutions recognized a local need for a pathway for bachelor’s degree completion that is affordable, flexible, and approachable. This partnership can benefit a wide student population from older students returning to the classroom to take advantage of tuition remission offered by their employer to rising high school seniors looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Quincy College graduates can capitalize on the full resources of Northeastern University, benefiting from a world-class education.


“Given the shifts in the regional and national economy toward the innovation fields, completing a bachelor’s degree is more important than ever”, said John LaBrie, Dean, Northeastern University College of Professional Studies. “Partnering with Quincy College with its track record for educating students for work and life offers a new opportunity for the educational and career advancement of our students.”


Quincy College’s Dean of Online Learning & Inter-Institutional Affairs, Dr. Michael Marrapodi added: “Northeastern University Lowell Institute School, as part of the College of Professional Studies, closely aligns with Quincy College’s mission. As an open access institution that encourages academic achievement and excellence, diversity, economic opportunity, community involvement, and lifelong learning, Quincy College is pleased to facilitate valuable learning relationships and partnerships with local colleges and universities to help our students realize their educational and professional futures.”


For more information about the Lowell Institute School and their program, visit:

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About the Northeastern College of Professional Studies and Lowell Institute School

Northeastern University College of Professional Studies is one of nine colleges that form the university. Northeastern is renowned for experiential education, and the College of Professional Studies incorporates this strength in career-focused professional education at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Lowell Institute School, focused on science, technology and engineering degrees, is part of the College of Professional Studies. Degrees reflect business needs, the reality of the present economy, and areas of professional growth and demand. Learn more:

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