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Recent Reviews

Samantha
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I like Quincy college it is a great school for people a little older or younger that also work. Able to find classes that wor...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I like Quincy college it is a great school for people a little older or younger that also work. Able to find classes that work with your schedule. Only thing for my professors in substance abuse/human services it can go off topic and some prof. Tend to overly push their political ideas on the class and there not room for discussion unless you agree with them.so I feel those professors should be mindful not to disclude anyone or offend people.

Stephanie
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is an excellent two year community college. The teachers are very knowledgeable and passionate about the subje...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is an excellent two year community college. The teachers are very knowledgeable and passionate about the subjects they teach. Recently, the school has opened its doors to high schoolers so there are tons of new bright, and bubbly faces to interact with each day.

Kayla
What is your overall opinion of this school?

If you're trying to get your studies out the way and you're really focused about succeeding then Quincy College is definitely...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

If you're trying to get your studies out the way and you're really focused about succeeding then Quincy College is definitely the best for you. Being a student at the school is actually good; there are friendly staff members and also friendly students. The academics are good that you can partake in and you actually can learn from. If people were to ask if they should attend Quincy College I would highly recommend it to them.

Shayna
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a 2 year college with two locations. One is in Quincy and the other is Plymouth. The Quincy location is ver...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a 2 year college with two locations. One is in Quincy and the other is Plymouth. The Quincy location is very easy to access with public transportation. The Plymouth location is easy accessible and located in a newly renovated building. Class sizes are small and professors are easy to get in touch with.

iva
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I believe QC is a good place to start your education, at least for an international student. I plan on eventually transferrin...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I believe QC is a good place to start your education, at least for an international student. I plan on eventually transferring to a 4 year university and QC is more than willing to help me fulfill my ambition. The teachers are very friendly and class size is small, so you do get more one on one time with them. Students who need more time to adapt will enjoy this aspect. Financial aid is provided and the costs are generally low to begin with. Overall, as I mentioned earlier, it's a solid first step towards a degree.

Benjamin
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a two year college run by the city of Quincy, MA. Quincy is the home of two U.S. presidents, John Adams and...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a two year college run by the city of Quincy, MA. Quincy is the home of two U.S. presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as home to many other celebrated patriots. Just outside of Boston, where education is a vital part of life and the economy, Quincy College students and professors bring the same enthusiasm for education to class. As a small school most of the students here are from the area and on their way to other institutions for education in various health care fields but, we get a lot of international students as well as adult students, like myself. The amenities of being in the heart of a vibrant downtown neighborhood are tremendous. Besides the fact that Boston is minutes away, you can see the skyline from any rooftop, Quincy offers great food, public transportation, beautiful Nantasket beach and nature trails, like the Blue Hills Reservation. There is a very lively mixture of modern and historic buildings with local and international flavor. Quincy College just this year receives accreditation to begin offering four year degrees mainly in health care and bioengineering, which is a driving force in the local and regional economy. Our biotechnology department receives grants from some of the country’s top biotech companies to train the next generation of scientists as well as their own staffs. Education here is unparalleled for value; one receives a degree rivaled by other regional colleges at a very affordable price. If I could start my education again, and I have, I would begin at Quincy College where you get a great introduction to what a college education is all about and what it can offer.

Emily
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a great place to be. Whether you are planning on obtaining an Associates or transferring, Quincy College is...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Quincy College is a great place to be. Whether you are planning on obtaining an Associates or transferring, Quincy College is affordable, holds a great atmosphere, and has wonderful professors and overall staff to help you to achieve your goal. I would recommend Quincy College to anyone in search for a excellent community college.

Bettenia
Describe your favorite campus traditions.

I am not sure but the strengths are that it attracts learning opportunites for SBAs, funding opportunities for SBA's and coll...

Describe your favorite campus traditions.

I am not sure but the strengths are that it attracts learning opportunites for SBAs, funding opportunities for SBA's and collaborative networking opportunities for SBA’s. Strong grant funding for programs here and excellent teachers in specific programs. Great talent pool of leadership.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

You might want to reconsider the Armed Forces. Why? This might be the great push, guidance and structure needed to allow your talents to best be utilized early on. I know you said that you could see yourself as a “Business Woman” but years later, you ARE a business woman but unfulfilled. Why? It’s because was no "greater-than-life" reason. Sure, you made lots of money in sales but in the end, you were still looking for more. Why? Well, although you excel at Mathematics, Science and Math are inseparable. You are more of analytical than most and your talents are best suited for this. As a student progressing towards the life of a Researcher, you have not looked back. Everything you do revolves around this passion. It’s life itself. Little did you know, your path has been leading you back to it but it has prepared you to do lots more once you get your PhD. So fret not, it’s not all for none. It’s all for All. And of course, it’s all good. Science is where it is, where it was, and where it always will be. Math just helps out.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

Strengths: Attracts learning, funding and collaborative networking opportunities for SBA’s. Strong grant funding and excellent teachers in specific programs. Great talent pool of leadership. Opportunity Areas No standalone campus which attracts a transient population for other service providers housed in the same building. There is no assistance for housing for students. There seems to never be enough space for students to eat. There is not enough laboratory/classroom handle demand. The bookstore manager sometimes cancels orders without notifying students even after merchandise is paid for.

Colleen
What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

Other than the advising department I think the parking situation at Quincy College is awful. It's a commuter college and ther...

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

Other than the advising department I think the parking situation at Quincy College is awful. It's a commuter college and there is probably only 50 parking for students. I don't understand why they moved to a building with such little parking. Most students have to park 3 or so blocks away at the Stop and Shop down the street, which sucks when it's raining and cold out. It's also a little nerve wracking when your taking nightclasses. I sometimes get nervous I could get mugged or raped.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back four years ago and talk to 17 year old Colleen I would tell her to prepare to spend much more time on homework. I would also tell 17 year old Colleen to save as much money as she could before college started because I don't have 30 extra hours to work a week like I did in high school. I'm lucky if I can squeeze in 15. The most important thing I would tell myself as a senior however, is to enroll in the early childhood education major my first year of college. If I had known as a senior I wanted to be a kindergarten teacher I would not have changed my major 3 times and I would be finishing up a bachelors degree this instead of just an associates and I would have wasted a lot less time and money.

Dorotie
Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

My school, is a commuter school, that is affordable and is there to help kids from the trasition from high school to college,...

Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

My school, is a commuter school, that is affordable and is there to help kids from the trasition from high school to college, by providing great teachers and great tutors.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would tell myself, to listen to what i really wanted and not to my parents. And to try to find whatever way possible to pay for school, through scholarships and financial aid.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

There isnt much annoucment for the clubs,

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