In response to COVID-19, Quincy College, which took its spring 2020 semester fully remote March 30, will now offer new five-week online classes starting April 19, along with its summer coursework fully online.
Quincy College online classes and online degree programs are now available for students to enroll in 49 States, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, and U.S. Virgin Islands.
Quincy College is offering introductory level classes online with classes starting on April 19 and running through May 23, with discounted rates for high school students. The five-week classes being offered online are: Accounting, College Algebra, English Composition I, General Psychology, General Sociology, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Computers and United States History I.
Quincy College online education has been approved by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of post-secondary distance education. Quincy College is also a member of the nationally acclaimed Quality Matters (QM) program. Quality Matters is a highly regarded program that encourages and recognizes quality online course design. Courses are internally and externally peer-reviewed based on the QM rubric.
In addition to the development of unique course formats, expanded course offerings, Quincy College has hired Lisa Desruisseaux to serve as director of online learning. Desruisseaux oversees the college’s efforts to create and enhance quality online courses and programs. Throughout her 30 years in K-12 and higher education, she has worked as a classroom teacher, traditional and online higher educational faculty, administrator, professional consultant and instructional designer.
To learn more about Quincy College’s online programs, courses, and support for online students, visit: quincycollege.edu/online.