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Quincy College has been granted Initial Approval status by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN).
Quincy College has regained permission to enroll students in two nursing programs that were shut down by the state last May.
Quincy College nursing programs re-certified by state board
Redesigned Quincy College Nursing Program Approved by Board of Registration in Nursing. Now enrolling students for Fall of 2019 ASN and PN programs
Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz kicked off the first of a monthly Quincy College Criminal Justice Speaker Series
To advance to the NJCAA Region 21 playoffs, Quincy College Granite needs help from other Region 21 teams to secure a place in the Region 21 playoffs
Quincy College, with over 175 veterans enrolled, has been designated a Military Friendly School for 2019-2020. This marks the eighth consecutive year
Quincy College, with over 175 veterans enrolled, has been designated a military-friendly school for the eighth consecutive year.
The Quincy College Granite men's basketball team had an impressive week as the took two strong National Junior College Athletic Association
Quincy College Granite Men’s Basketball continued its strong second half play notching two out of three victories in NJCAA Region 21
We are certain that you’ll benefit from the pathways Quincy College provides. Follow these five easy steps to get started:
You can apply online to submit your application with the application fee. Anyone with a high school diploma or GED/HiSET may apply. Looking to apply in person? Drop in and meet with an Admissions Representative on the Quincy or Plymouth Campus. If you are applying as an International Student, please contact the International Student Services office for more information. Please call 800-698-1700 with questions regarding which application you need to submit.
We offer competitive financial aid packages to assist you in pursuing an even more affordable education. Get started today and submit a FREE application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Federal school code: 002205 Students may visit the Financial Aid Office to speak with a financial aid advisor.
Contact your high school and college admissions office if you completed college coursework at another academic institution. You may also submit an official GED/HiSET certificate. Request to have your official transcripts sent directly to Quincy College Admissions, Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02169.
Quincy College placement tests are mandatory for students seeking to earn an associate degree or certificate. Students may call the Admissions Office to schedule an appointment. If you have completed a college-level math or English course at an accredited institution, you may be eligible for exemption from placement tests. Students wishing to apply for exemption may submit a copy of their official transcript to the Quincy College Admissions Office. SAT scores are not required for admittance.
Admissions Representatives and Academic Advisors are available to assist students with academic advising. No appointment is necessary. Simply visit the Admissions or Advising Office to speak with an advisor.
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