Advising helps students plan a strategy for achieving their career and academic goals. We guide students through the academic experience and help them align their academic and career pursuits. Advisors also provide information about important resources and careers associated with QCC programs of study. It is important to see your advisor early and often to stay on your path! Questions? Email us!
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Click on the image to VIEW INSTRUCTIONS on how to locate your assigned Advisor's name and contact information either on The Q, your student portal or the QCC APP.
This packet includes the following handouts: Registration Preparation Checklist; How to Read Your Degree Audit; Your Electives; Self-Registration Instructions. Together in a one-click viewable/printable bundle!
Use this checklist to help you determine the best steps for preparing for your registration session or self-registration.
This handout will help you understand the different categories of humanities, social science, math/science, and liberal arts electives.
Running a "What-If" Degree Audit can help you explore other programs or majors, without officially making a change to your current one.
This worksheet will be helpful in creating a visual aid to see when the courses you would like to take are available throughout the week.
This handout will help you map out a potential schedule to bring to your registration appointment, after you have reviewed the degree audit and course/section availabilities.
This packet includes the following handouts: Registration Preparation Checklist; How to Read Your Degree Audit; Your Electives; Self-Registration Instructions. Together in a one-click printable bundle!
Students who are assigned to the “Advising Center” or “Advising Center-Health,” have completed at least 30 college level credits at QCC, and have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA, are eligible to self-register. Those who meet the criteria and are not assigned to “Advising Center” must request self-registration clearance from advisor. Students are responsible for running their degree audit both BEFORE and AFTER registering for classes to confirm how their chosen courses flow into their degree audit.
This simple, one page handout shows you how to REGISTER for classes, DROP classes, or even SWAP out classes. Please note that you must first be CLEARED TO SELF-REGISTER by your assigned advisor to have access to these features. Not sure if you are "cleared?" Try it! You'll get a pop-up notice if you aren't. Need clearance to be able to self-register? Contact your assigned advisor to see if you're eligible.
You are responsible for checking your QMail on a regular basis. If you wish to forward your QMail to another address, use these instructions.
This pamphlet outlines a simple, 4-step model of career exploration.
Your Fall 2021 schedule might look a little different due to the most current COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines. This guide can help you interpret each column and code listed.
Starfish is a way that QCC instructors, advisors and staff help support your academic success. This helpful handout shows you how you can access your Starfish page, what you can find on it, and what the purpose of it is.
QCC's support services exist to help ensure that students successfully meet their academic and personal goals. To help students succeed in the classroom and beyond, QCC offers a wide range of support services in advising, tutoring, independent research, and career planning, among others.
This page provides you with information about each test, contact information and scheduling options based on location.
Investigating careers? Thinking of changing your major? Check out the Career Focus area on the Q! In this area you'll find lots of information on careers linked to majors we offer here at QCC.
Quinsigamond Community College offers over 60 Associate Degree programs and over 50 certificate programs in the areas of Business, Engineering and Technology, Health Care and Human Services, Liberal Arts, and General Studies. The College can prepare you for transfer to a bachelor's level program at a four-year college or university, or for immediate entry into a career field after graduation.