The Veteran Affairs Office mission is to provide support to assist student veterans and members of the Armed Forces in the adjustment to becoming successful in civilian and college life.  We are committed to promoting college spirit as well as establishing and maintaining fellowship amongst veterans and students on campus.  The Office will assist Veterans of the United States Armed Forces, Reservists, Guardsmen and Dependents of Veterans apply for and receive education benefits in compliance with the regulations of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). This page provides information about the GI Bill® and other valuable resources at Quinsigamond Community College. We hope you find the answers to most of your questions here. Please contact the College’s Veterans Affairs (VA) Certifying Official for further assistance.

The VA certifying official at QCC serves as the liaison between the College and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and is responsible for processing requests for Veterans benefits and verifying student enrollment to the VA. It is important that you let the Certifying Official know every semester that you would like to use your educational benefits. The QCC VA Pre-registration form can be found under Enrollment Process (on the right of this screen). Certification includes the following:

  • Dates of enrollment
  • Total number of registered credit hours
  • Change in enrollment status
  • Change of degree program
  • Transfer from another institution
  • Progress toward degree
  • Grades and academic status 
For information regarding the VALOR Act please read the document on the right side entitled (College Credit for Military Training (VALOR Act).  
(GI Bill ® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. Government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.)  
 
Contact Information
 
VA Certifying Official:
Matthew Casaubon
 
 
Office Hours & Location:                                                         
Veteran Affairs Office/Vet Center                                                              
Main Campus, Room 258A                                                       
phone:  (508) 854-2721
fax:       (508) 854-4260

Our Vet Center is open 9am - 4pm, Monday - Friday (Friday's during summer 9am-12:30pm). You may always contact us through email or phone as well.

Veteran Events

 Honors & Awards Ceremony-2014, POW/MIA Honors Ceremony, Worcester Day Parade, Graduation-2014,Vet Club Activites 2015

Enrollment Process Fact Sheets for Various Chapters of GI Bill

Scholarships

Course and Credit Information

On-Campus Resources

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Helpful Resources Off-Campus

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Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Veterans Services

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National Guard

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VA Forms

At QCC instructors primarily use Blackboard Learn to manage their courses. Some instructors manage courses here within The Q using Jenzabar eLearning. If you are not sure which system your instructor plans to use, please contact him or her directly.