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Building Locations:
Quincy Center
Presidents Place*
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy Center, MA 02169

Saville Hall
24 Saville Avenue
Quincy, MA 02169

Quincy College Bookstore
1357 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Plymouth Campus
36 Cordage Park, Suite #228*
Plymouth, MA 02360

*Admissions Office Locations

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General Info: 800-698-1700
Admissions Office: 617-984-1710
Plymouth Campus: 508-747-0400

Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQs


What are my FERPA rights?
How do I transfer credits from another school?
How do I get CLEP credits?
How do I get a verification letter for insurance or apartment rental?
Is tutoring available?
Do I need to purchase health insurance?
What are the tuition and fees?
What are the office hours for the college?
Do you have an Open House?
Do you have an Orientation Day?
What if I do not meet QC's English language proficiency requirement?
How do I get to Quincy College? Are you located near a "T" station?
What happens if I get called to Jury Duty and have to miss a class?
Where do I purchase my textbooks?
How much time will I need to commit to each class per week?



Admissions FAQs


How do I apply to become a Quincy College student?
Is there an application deadline?
Can I fill out the Admissions application online?
How can I meet with an Admissions Officer to get help with selecting classes?
What is the difference between a matriculating student and a non-matriculating student?
Do I need to take the SATs?
How do I schedule a college placement exam?
How do I schedule a Nursing and Health Sciences Exam?



Registrar FAQs


How do I enroll?
How do I enroll if I am an international student?
How do I schedule a Nursing and Health Sciences Exam?
How do I add/drop a class?
How do I withdraw from a class and receive a grade of "W"?
How do I audit a class?
How do I get an official copy of my transcript?
How do I apply for graduation?
How do I verify a degree for enrollment?
How do I appeal a grade?
How do I contact my professors?
How do I get a picture ID card?
I have recently moved. How do I change my address?
How do I get information about required immunization?
How do I get to Quincy College? Are you located near a "T" station?



Financial Aid FAQs


What is Financial Aid?
How do I apply for Financial Aid?
Is there a deadline to apply for Financial Aid?
My FAFSA has been selected for verification, what does that mean?
I have been contacted by IDOC regarding my verification documents, what is IDOC?
I have been offered a student loan how do I accept it?
Where can I find the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling Session?
How long does it take to receive my financial aid award letter?
Why didn’t I receive more financial aid?
Do I need to apply for Financial Aid every year?
Do I need to be a full time student to receive Financial Aid?
How many credits do I need to enroll in to be considered a full time student?
Is financial aid available for the summer sessions or winter intersession?
I have financial aid at another school but am planning on transferring to Quincy College. How can I have my information sent to Quincy College?
Should I apply for Financial Aid if I have already paid for my classes?
Am I able to use financial aid to buy my books?
How will I receive my Financial Aid?
If I withdraw from classes will my financial aid be affected?
I just want to take a few classes at Quincy College, am I still eligible for financial aid?
I currently receive financial aid at another school but I want to take classes at Quincy College, am I eligible for aid?
When will I receive my refund check?
Will my refund check be mailed out to me or can I pick it up?
I am finished with school, where can I find information on repaying my student loans?


What are my FERPA Rights?
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.
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How do I transfer credits from another school?
Credits earned at other accredited, degree-granting institutions may be applied toward your degree or certificate program at Quincy College. To transfer credits, have your former college send an official transcript of your grades to Quincy College's Registrar. To qualify for transfer credit, courses must correspond to offerings at Quincy College and a minimum grade of “C” must have been earned. Students are required to provide a catalog or an official course description from the institution where the credits were earned.
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How do I get CLEP credits?
Quincy College recognizes that many people have acquired skills from work experience or private study. Students who demonstrate this knowledge by satisfactory performance on a College Level Examination Program Subject Examination (not a CLEP General Examination or American College Testing Exam) will be awarded credits for that subject, based on the American Council on Education scoring recommendations. Although Quincy College is not a testing site, you may call the College Board at 781-890-9150 for registration and testing sites. Students awarded credit will be required to pay a per credit fee.
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How do I get a verification letter for insurance or apartment rental?
Our institution has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to act as our agent for verifications of current student enrollment. Please visit the Clearinghouse online or call them at 703-742-4200. If you have further questions, please contact the Registrar at 617-984 1650.
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Is tutoring available?
Free tutoring is available to all Quincy College students at the Nicastro Learning Center. Students may sign up for a tutor in a particular subject or stop by their drop-in hours. Students can contact our Student Development Office at (617)984-1656 for more info.
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Do I need to purchase health insurance?
By Massachusetts state law, some students who register for college courses may be required to purchase health insurance if they are not covered by a comparable health insurance policy. If you already have health insurance that is a comparable insurance policy (most HMO and PPO plans qualify), you can waive your health insurance charge. The deadline to waive your health insurance charge is located here.

All students who are enrolled in nine (9) or more credits in a semester, or who plan to enroll in nine or more credits in a semester (generally three courses), are required to have basic health insurance. By law, Quincy College automatically charges all students who are registered for nine or more credits with this health insurance fee. Coverage is $25,000. Additional coverage may be purchased at additional cost.

Health Insurance is required for all students who have clinical placements (nursing, surgical technology, etc) regardless of whether they are part-time or full-time.

If a student has comparable health insurance (most HMO and PPO plans qualify), then the student must click here to complete a waiver online for the College to remove these charges from the student's account.

Visit Gallagher Koster for more information about the health insurance waiver. If you have any questions, please contact the Quincy College Business Office at (617) 984-1630.

NOTE: The Massachusetts Free Care Program (Free Care) is not acceptable as qualified student health insurance.
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What are the tuition and fees?
Tuition at Quincy College is dependent on what program you are enrolled in. Click here to learn more about our tuition and fees or click here if you are an international student.
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What are the office hours for the college?
For the most up to date hours for each Quincy College office, please call our general information phone number at 800-698-1700.
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Do you have an Open House?
Yes, Quincy College hosts Open House events before the start of each semester. These events, open to all who are interested, offer our prospective students a chance to visit our campus, meet Quincy College's faculty and staff and learn more about our programs. For specific dates and times, please visit the QC Calendar.
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Do you have an Orientation Day?
Quincy College offers an orientation program for all our incoming students. The program, held at the beginning of each semester, is designed to familiarize new students with the organization, services, and facilities of the College. The program provides students with an opportunity to meet members of the faculty and the administration. The role of advising is emphasized throughout the program, as is the social interaction among students and an introduction to life at the College.
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What if I do not meet QC's English language proficiency requirement?
Being prepared is a key to academic success. Students who have completed secondary school but do not meet Quincy College's English language proficiency requirement can obtain conditional admission through an agreement with Quincy College and ASC English by enrolling at ASC English in Boston, click here to learn more.
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How do I get to Quincy College? Are you located near a "T" station?
Whether you have a car or not, commuting to class at Quincy College is easy. We have two conveniently located campuses in Quincy and Plymouth, Massachusetts. Our campus located in Quincy is only one block from the Quincy Center "T" Station. Click on the appropriate link below to get driving directions to either Quincy or Plymouth and find out how to get to our Quincy campus using the "T".

Directions to Quincy Campus
Directions to Plymouth Campus
Take the "T" to Quincy
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What happens if I get called to jury duty and have to miss a class?
NOTIFICATION OF JURY DUTY LAW:
According to the office of the Jury Commissioner of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, “Every U.S. Citizen 17 years of age or older who is a Massachusetts resident and an inhabitant for more than 50% of the time is eligible to serve as a juror. If you are a resident of another state but a student at a Massachusetts college, you are an inhabitant for more than 50% of the year and, therefore, eligible to serve as a juror in Massachusetts.” Students who miss class in order to fulfill their jury service requirement should notify each of their instructors of the summons and make arrangements to complete any missed work. Students should contact their dean if they need assistance in making arrangements for missed class time.
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Where do I purchase my textbooks?
Quincy College makes buying the books you need for class easy. To obtain required books for each course, you may simply bring your class list or schedule into the Quincy College Bookstore and the staff will assist you in getting the books you need. The Quincy College Bookstore is located at 1357 Hancock Street, adjacent to City Hall in Quincy Center. The telephone number is 617-773-4849.
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How much time will I need to commit to each class per week?
In order to help you succeed, Quincy College would like you to know that 3-credit lecture courses require 3 hours of in-class time per week of a 15-week semester. These courses also require a minimum of 6 to 9 hours of study/homework time on average per week. This time may vary week to week, depending on the schedule of the course (e.g. weeks where there are exams or other assignments due may require you to put in more time in order to be successful). Further, writing intensive courses and STEM courses often require even more study/homework time and should be planned accordingly. A one credit laboratory course generally meets for 2 hours per week of a 15-week semester and requires that you spend an additional 2 to 3 hours of study/homework time per week**. Please take this information into consideration when forming your schedule and allow yourself enough time to do the work to earn the grade you desire.
** CHE 223 and 224 meet for 4 hours per week during a 15 week semester.
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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 .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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 General Admissions application, which can be found on our forms page along with a $30 application fee. Once payment is received and processed you will become an accepted student.
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Is there an application deadline?
There is no application deadline to apply to Quincy College as a general admissions student. We are an open admissions institution, meaning that students can apply and be accepted at any time.
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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. The application can be downloaded from the Forms page. Our mailing address is Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02169 and our fax number is 617-984-1794.
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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 .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
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What is the difference between a matriculating student and a non-matriculating student?
Students who are matriculating are seeking a degree 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-matriculating are not seeking a degree from Quincy College and are, therefore, not eligible for financial aid. Students who are non-matriculating do not need to submit an Admissions application and do not need to meet with an advisor for course selection.
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Do I need to take the SATs?
Quincy College is an open access institution. Therefore, SAT scores are not required. However, students are required to take Quincy College's college placement exam for course placement purposes.
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How do I schedule a college placement exam?
Upon submitting an admissions application, students can schedule a college placement exam by visiting the Office of the Registrar or by calling 617-984-1710.
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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 click here for the testing request form.
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How do I enroll?
Degree Seeking Students (Matriculated)
Quincy College has an open enrollment policy so that you can further your education without the barriers and without the wait. Please see our Admissions page for details.

Non-Degree (Non-Matriculated)
If are not seeking a degree from Quincy College and wish to take course to transfer to another institution you do not need to submit an Admissions Application. You simply fill out the non-matriculated registration form and submit it to the Registrar. Tuition payment is due in full at the time of registration. When the grades are in you may request an official transcript to transfer credits to another college.

If you would like to speak with a Registrar Specialist to help you get started, please call us at 617-984-1650

Click here to obtain the necessary forms online.
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How do I enroll if I am an international student?
International student applicants must mail all required documents in one envelope to the International Student Services Office. Failure to submit all documents in one envelope will result in a delay in processing. Applications from overseas must be received no later than two months prior to the beginning of the semester. Please visit our International Student Services page for details.

If you have any questions, contact our International Student Services Office at 617-984-1663
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How do I schedule a Nursing and Natural & Health Sciences Admissions Test?
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 click here for the testing request form. You may fax your form to the Registrar at (617) 984-1794.
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How do I add/drop a class?
To add or drop a day course you must do so during the first week of classes. Evening and weekend classes may be added or dropped before the third meeting of the class. Adding a class is not allowed after the add/drop period. In order to add/drop a class, Click here to obtain a printable version of an Add/Drop Form. Copies of this form are also available at the Registrar. Request for dropping a class cannot be made over the phone. All requests must be done in writing.
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How do I withdraw from a class and receive a grade of "W"?
If you desire to withdraw from a course or from the College, you must complete an official withdrawal form and submit this form to the Registrar. Requests for withdrawing from a class cannot be made over the phone. Failure to attend class or merely giving notice to an instructor is not considered an official withdrawal. If you withdraw, a grade of a "W" is recorded on your transcript. Once a class is in the withdrawal stage there will be no refund. Quincy College may require you to get approval from your advisor or Dean. No withdrawals are official until certified by the Registrar. For a full listing of important dates including when the deadline to withdraw is, please refer to our current course bulletin which can be found on our homepage.
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How do I audit a class?
You may audit a class to learn more about a subject or to brush up and update your knowledge about a course. In order to audit a class, you need to register just like a regular registration but specify that the registration is for auditing the class. The tuition is the same as for a credit course. A student may change a course from audit to credit during the add/drop period. A change from audit to credit is NOT allowed after the add/drop period. A change from credit to audit is allowed up until the last days of withdrawal by completing an Add/Drop Form and returning the form, along with fee payment, to the Registrar.
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How do I get an official copy of my transcript?
A sealed copy of your transcript is required to transfer grades to another school. In order to request this sealed transcript, you must first complete a Transcript Request Form. Click here to obtain a printable version of the Transcript Request Form. Copies of this form are also available at the Registrar. Return this completed form to the Registrar with payment. Quincy college graduates may receive 5 free transcripts per year.

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How do I apply for graduation?
In order to graduate from Quincy College, a student must apply for graduation. If you have completed or are about to complete 60 credits for an Associate degree or 30 credits for a certificate program, you may apply for graduation. If you apply late, your diploma may not be printed on time. Click here for the Application for Graduation Form. Copies of this form are also available at the Registrar. Mail or bring your completed Application for Graduation, along with the Commencement Fee, to the Registrar. All students receiving financial aid must complete an exit counseling session prior to graduation. All students must submit a copy of their high school or official high school transcript. The commencement fee of $150 is required to graduate from Quincy College. You must still pay the commencement fee even if you are not participating in the graduation ceremony. For more info, visit our Guide to Graduation page.
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How do I verify a degree for enrollment?
Our institution has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to act as our agent for verifications of student enrollment for those students who have graduated from 2000 - present. Please visit the Clearinghouse online at http://www.studentclearinghouse.org or call them at 703-742-4200.

For students that graduated prior to 2000, you may contact the Registrar to receive the graduation date by calling 617-984-1650/1651, faxing your request to 617-984-1794 or writing to "Verification" the Registrar, Quincy College, Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02171. Click here to download the Enrollment Verification Form. Please make sure to leave your name, date of birth, and your return phone number if leaving a voicemail.
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How do I appeal a grade?
A registered student who believes that he/she has received a final grade, in accordance with published Quincy College grading criteria, which is not justified, may apply to an Academic Review Committee for evaluation of his/her final grade. It is recommended that the student attempt to resolve the final grade dispute with the faculty member with whom the dispute exists before requesting a hearing by the Academic Review Committee. This request must take place within 30 days of issuance of final grades by the Registrar. Click here for a Request for Grade Correction Form.
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How do I contact my professors?
You may contact our full-time faculty members by first visiting our Faculty & Staff Directory. This page contains faculty phone numbers as well as a link to each individual email address. If your instructor is not listed on this page, contact the Dean's Assistant. If you need to contact an adjunct faculty member, use the following email address format: firstname.lastname@fac.quincycollege.edu, for example instructor John Smith would be john.smith@fac.quincycollege.edu.
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How do I get a picture ID card?
You may purchase a student identification card at the time you register for classes. If you register for 9 or more credits you will automatically be charged a one time $25 picture ID fee. Student ID pictures are taken in the Information Technology office, room 501 on the 5th floor of Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street in Quincy Center, and at the Front Desk at the Plymouth Campus. This ID card serves as proof of identification on campus and is required to gain access to libraries and some commercial establishments. You are required to carry this card on you at all times while on campus. There is a fee of $25 for a replacement picture ID card. If you are a returning student, you may have your old ID card validated with a current semester sticker. These stickers are available through the Registrar at the time you register for classes. You may contact Information Technology through the Support Portal or by calling 617-984-1698 if you have any questions regarding ID cards.

Quincy Campus Student ID Schedule:
9AM to 1PM Room: IT Office, 5th floor Room 501
5 PM to 6PM Room: IT Office, 5th Floor Room 501

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I have recently moved. How do I change my address?
If you have recently moved, simply fill out an Address/Name Change Form and return this completed form to the Registrar. You must be a current student. You may also pick up a copy of this form at the Registrar. Name changes require proper documentation such as a marriage license. You may fax the completed form to 617-984-1794. It is in your own interest to update your address with us as all mail, including grades and news about upcoming events, are sent to your address on file. Please be sure to include your apartment number and new telephone number when completing the Change of Name/Address Form. International students must fill out this form at the International Student Services Office.
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How do I get information about required immunization?
All full-time students (taking 12 credits or more), all Nursing and Natural & Health Sciences students and all international students must submit proof of immunization by completing an Immunization Form within one month of admission to Quincy College. Copies of this form are also available in at theRegistrar. It is strongly recommended that this form be submitted at the time of registration.
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How do I get to Quincy College? Are you located near a "T" station?
Whether you have a car or not, commuting to class at Quincy College is easy. We have two conveniently located campuses in Quincy and Plymouth, Massachusetts. Our campus located in Quincy is only one block from the Quincy Center and North Quincy "T" Stations. Click on the appropriate link below to get driving directions to either Quincy or Plymouth and find out how to get to our Quincy campus using the "T".
» Directions & Maps
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What is Financial Aid?
Financial Aid is the general term used to describe funds used to help students pay for their college education. Financial Aid consists of student loans (which students are required to pay back), grants and scholarships (which do not need to be repaid.) and Work-Study (part time employment).
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How do I apply for Financial Aid?
Students must fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Once you have submitted a FAFSA with the Quincy College School Code (002205) the Financial Aid Office will contact you at the email address listed on your FAFSA and let you know what other documents are needed. Keep in mind that it takes approximately a week for Quincy College to receive your FAFSA once you submit it.
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Is there a deadline to apply for Financial Aid?
Quincy College encourages all students to submit their FAFSA before the May 1st Massachusetts Financial Aid deadline. New students wishing to begin in the spring semester should apply before November 1st. Because there is no Federal deadline within an award year, applications received after those dates will still be considered for aid. However, late applicants may not receive their award decisions prior to the start of classes.
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My FAFSA has been selected for verification, what does that mean?
If your FAFSA is selected for verification it means that you need to provide additional documentation to verify that the information you provided on your FAFSA is correct. This is perfectly normal. Approximately half of the financial aid applicants at Quincy College are selected for verification either by the Federal Government or by the college.
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I have been contacted by IDOC regarding my verification documents, what is IDOC?
IDOC is the Institutional Documentation Service; a secure document processing service operated by the College Board which allows colleges to more quickly and accurately process financial aid documentation. You should follow the directions in the email sent to you by IDOC. For more information please visit the IDOC website.
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I have been offered a student loan how do I accept it?
You accept the student loans offered to you by completing the Master Promissory Note and the Entrance Counseling Session.
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Where can I find the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling Session?
To complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling Session go to http://www.studentloans.gov and log in with the PIN from your FAFSA.
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How long does it take to receive my financial aid award letter?
The average is 3-8 weeks; however it is different for each student. In some cases it may take several weeks longer depending on what additional documentation a student’s file requires and on the time of year. The busiest time of year in the financial aid office is April through September. During those months it takes longer for a student’s application to be processed due to the high volume of applications the financial aid office receives.
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Why didn’t I receive more financial aid?
The Federal Government sets strict limits on the amount of financial aid students are eligible to receive. If your tuition costs exceed the amount of financial aid you are eligible for, contact the financial aid office for other options in covering your educational expenses.
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Do I need to apply for Financial Aid every year?
Yes. Each school year uses a new FAFSA application. You should log onto the FAFSA website (fafsa.ed.gov) before the dates listed above to complete the application. Note: you do not need to fill out a new FAFSA for each semester.
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Do I need to be a full time student to receive Financial Aid?
No. Part-time students may also be eligible for aid. Keep in mind that if you enroll less than full time your financial aid package will be adjusted according to the number of credits you enroll in, based on the type of aid you receive.
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How many credits do I need to enroll in to be considered a full time student?
Students enrolled in 12 or more credits are considered full time. The enrollment statuses are listed below:
Full Time: 12+ credits
Three Quarter Time: 9-11 credits
Half Time: 6-8 credits
Less than Half Time: Fewer than 6 credits
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Is financial aid available for the summer sessions or winter intersession?
Aid for these semesters is available to some students. Contact the financial aid office to see if you qualify.
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I have financial aid at another school but am planning on transferring to Quincy College. How can I have my information sent to Quincy College?
In order to send your financial aid information to Quincy College, log into your FAFSA and go to “Add or delete school code”. Add the Quincy College School Code (002205). It takes approximately a week for Quincy College to receive your FAFSA after you have added the school code.
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Should I apply for Financial Aid if I have already paid for my classes?
Yes. Students can be reimbursed the money they are eligible for, provided they complete their application before the end of the school year.
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Am I able to use financial aid to buy my books?
If you have any financial aid funds left over after your tuition and fees have been paid, you may receive a book voucher for the remaining amount to use towards your text books. Book vouchers are only available for a short time at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
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How will I receive my Financial Aid?
Your financial aid is paid directly to your student account in the Business Office. If there is aid left over after all charges have been covered, the Business Office will mail you a refund check. Checks are usually sent in the middle of the semester. You may contact the Business Office at (617) 984-1630.
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If I withdraw from classes will my financial aid be affected?
Possibly. If you withdraw from all of your classes we are required to perform a calculation which may change the amount of your financial aid for that semester. If you withdraw from some, but not all of your classes in a given semester, it typically will not affect your aid for that semester. However, all withdrawals negatively impact your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and may prevent you from receiving financial aid in the future. Please see the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for more information.
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I just want to take a few classes at Quincy College, am I still eligible for financial aid?
No. In order to be eligible for financial aid you must be enrolled in a degree or certificate program at Quincy College.
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I currently receive financial aid at another school but I want to take classes at Quincy College, am I eligible for aid?
You cannot receive financial aid at two schools at the same time. If you need to take classes at Quincy College for the program at your other school, you should contact the Financial Aid Office at your other school to discuss your options.
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When will I receive my refund check?
The Financial aid office does not handle the refund checks, please contact the Business office to find out the status of your refund.
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Will my refund check be mailed out to me or can I pick it up?
The refund checks are usually held in the Business Office for one week for students to come pick them up. After one week, the remaining checks will be mailed out to those students who did not pick the check up from the Business Office.
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I am finished with school, where can I find information on repaying my student loans?
The best place to find information regarding your student loans is on the Department of Education’s Student Loan website: studentloans.gov. Information specifically about repayment can be found here (studentaid.ed.gov).
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