Students in their junior and senior year have the option of attending classes at the local community college, QVCC. Over the years TLC has built a strong working relationship with the college that allows the students to gain college experience and in some cases, earn college credit.
Steps to Becoming a QVCC Student
1. Apply for Admissions
2. Assessment Testing
3. New Student Advising & Registration
1. APPLY FOR ADMISSION
Complete the Application for Admission, if under 18 years of age a guardian must sign the application.
Pay the application fee of $20 (Credit card, check or cash)
Acceptance correspondence will be via the Email you provide to the college. A banner number will be sent to you. The number is needed for scheduling the Basic Skills Assessment. Future correspondence will be to your community college Email address
Submit the following:
1. FINAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT, DIPLOMA
2. IMMUNIZATION RECORDS for measles, mumps, and rubella if you were born after 1956. You will also need to submit immunization records for varicella (chicken pox) if you were born after 1979 (waived for students who are both non-degree and part-time). For further information and forms, click here.
You must submit your immunization records before you will be allowed to register for the term.
The academic advisor will help in the complication of the application, and submitting the required forms.
2. BASIC SKILLS ASSESSMENT
You need to schedule an appointment for the computerized Basic Skills Assessment (BSA), which is approximately two hours. The Academic Advisor will assist in setting up an appointment for testing, BSA Scheduling: Danielson: 860-932-4002 .
Additional information on the BSA & sample tests are on the QVCC website.
3. ADVISING & REGISTRATION
New students meet with an advisor to select the courses appropriate for.
Danielson: Advisors are available in the Student Success Center C129 across from the cafeteria. REGISTER FOR CLASSES
It is recommended that you meet with an advisor before you register for your courses for your first semester.
Danielson campus: Advisors are available in the Student Success Center C129 across from the cafeteria. Stop by or call 860-932-4008.
4. ACCOMMODATIONS IN THE COLLEGE SETTING
If you have a disability of any type and wish to self-disclose, please contact Chris Scarborough at 860-932-4145, to request a Self-Disclosure form. This form is necessary for all learners who request accommodations.
5. ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED
• Pay tuition and fees for your course(s) or make payment arrangements.
You must pay at least the “fee” portion of the total cost at the time of registration, or be approved for financial aid.
If you register on or after the date when tuition is due in full and have not been approved for financial aid, you must make payment in full or pay fees, sign up for the payment plan and be able to pay the first installment.
• Purchase your textbooks and materials.
• Attend New Student Orientation
• Start Classes, study hard, and have fun!