i am from india. i did my high school in india. as a student at quincy college, they trnsfer my all indias credit that i done with biology and chemistry. some of the curriculum that i done here at quincy college.as student of medicl lab. tech, all inlab intrumennts in lab and new , the proffessor are very interestiing in teching program also the program chirmain director, mr. kyle ridding, is very interesting in teching program.
Quincy College didn't accept many of my transferring credits from a local community college, it wasn't the best.
My experiences at Quincy College have been good. The school is conveniently located near my residence and the class sizes are relatively small. Teachers are available when necessary and the advisers and financial aid personnel are helpful.
I've never had a problem applying for classes getting the classes I want or anything, even if I apply late. Within the last year however the process to get financial aid threw idoc has been extremely difficult, it took so long to review that I could not start class in September. Since I am taking PREreqs at Quincy and then transferring to a program elsewhere that only starts in sept I now have to wait an additional year to get into this program. Not happy.
The school has gone over and beyond to accommodate for my classes, prerequisites, transferring credits ,recommendations letters of recommendations, updates on upcoming events...etc I think for a small college they are awesome!
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