Queens College Offers 69 Undergraduate Programs in Four Divisions
Three of these divisions offer honors programs, and academically gifted students are eligible for the Macaulay Honors College, which provides full tuition, a free laptop, study abroad programs, and other benefits.
At Queens College you'll find support wherever you need it: financial aid advice, mentoring from faculty, online access to services, peer counseling, and the Writing Center, to name a few. Our Internship Center's database tracks more than 1,200 opportunities. Interns earn academic credit and often more: the average Queens College internship stipend is $1,200-$1,500. We'll help you select the right courses and choose a major to launch you into the career that interests you the most. When you're ready to find a position, our Career Services office is on the job for you.
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A wide variety of programs all year long...
With spring and fall semesters, a Winter Session, and two Summer Sessions, the campus is active throughout the year; classes are held day and night to accommodate students with demanding schedules.
Whether you are returning to school, or just trying to find time for it, Queens College has a variety of special programs to assist students of all ages and needs obtain their educational goals.
For those students who are looking to advance their college program even further, Queens College is proud to offer our various honors programs. From the Macaulay Honors College program to the Queens College Honors program and the Time 2000 program, there are a wide variety of honors program tracks for students to follow.
If you would like more information about the various honors programs that are available from Queens College, please click on the links below to access further details.
Business and Liberal Arts (BALA)
Macaulay Honors College
Queens College Scholars
Transfer Honors Program
Divisional Honors Programs