The Queens College Association (QCA)
Has the responsibility to promote, cultivate and fund programs for the student body of Queens College. Also, the supervision and review of student activity fee supported budgets.
The Association reviews all budgets to ensure they conform with all rules and regulations of QCA, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY) and other applicable Federal and State regulations.
The QCA Board of Directors has the responsibility to disapprove any allocation or expenditure that it finds inappropriate, improper or inequitable.
The Association operates consistent with the Bylaws, policies and regulations of the University and the policies, regulations abd orders of the College.
The Office of Student Development & Leadership
Mission: The Office of Student Development & Leadership exists to create and support co-curricular activities that allow students to grow personally, develop life skills, explore new ideas, test their values, and assume responsibility in an environment characterized to both challenge and support.
This is accomplished through a series of social, educational, and recreational programs as well as structured leadership development workshops and individual advisement.
The student government association at Queens College is referred to as the Student Association. The Student Association works with the Office of Student Development & Leadership, along with the College Association, on student organizations recognition, budget allocations, and student organizations office assignments.
The purpose of the Student Association is to represent students on various college committees, serve as the voice of the students, establish channels of communication within the college population, to develop campus activities, and to protect individual student and group freedoms in academic and social areas. A Full Student Senate is composed of student representatives of all five governments.
Committee for Disabled Students
The mission of the Committee for Disabled Students is to fully integrate people with disabilities into the mainstream of social, culture, and community life at Queens College.