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​Queens College is open today, and all classes will be in session.  The Queens College shuttle bus will operating on a full schedule, but there may be delays due to the condition of the roads.

The combination of snow and the cold will cause slippery conditions in and around the campus today. To ensure your safety, our staff is diligently working to address this issue at all building entrances and on roadways, walkways, and stairs. Please exercise caution while traveling to and from the college and when walking and driving on campus.


 

 SAFETY FIRST!

 

The safety of students, faculty, and staff at Queens College is of the highest priority. We monitor weather conditions. In the event of bad storms or other crises, we are ready to work with local and state agencies to coordinate emergency procedures.

To be notified about emergencies or weather-related closings via mobile phone, home phone, and/or email, please sign up for CUNY Alert.

To report suspicious activity or an emergency situation on college grounds, please call Public Safety at 718-997-5912 or activate one of the blue emergency phones throughout the campus.

To share information during an emergency, designated campus officials may use one or more of the following methods of communication:

 

 SAFETY TIPS

 

  • Open flames are not permitted in campus buildings. This includes candles, incense, burners, sterno pots for cooking, bonfires, etc.

    If you are receving food from an outside catering service, please be sure that there are no open flames. Hot plates are recommended.

 
 

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