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January 2 – January 23

Queens College’s three-week Winter Session has something for everyone: current students can earn credits in courses that often fill up quickly in the fall and spring semesters, and new students can get a taste of what college life is all about. Running from January 2–23, Winter Session offers over 70 undergraduate and graduate courses from a variety of disciplines. Online and hybrid classes give you extra flexibility in scheduling your class.

You may register for Winter Session now through December 29h, 2019. (Campus is closed on January 1st).


Winter Session Course Listings


Winter Session at a Glance

Visitng students should follow these steps to enroll in a course.

QC and CUNY students can register directly through CUNYfirst now until December 29th, 2019. CUNY students will need to file an e-Permit before registering.


Explore our Winter Session courses

Look through our course list and find the ones that interest you. For a complete description of prerequisites and course descriptions, consult our college bulletins.



Visiting students who are not enrolled at QC or another CUNY campus must complete the Visiting Student Application.

Undergraduate Visiting Student Application

Graduate Visiting Student Application

email your application to


Claim your CUNYfirst account

Once your visiting student application is accepted, claim your CUNYfirst account. CUNYfirst is an online registration system for managing your courses and checking your grades. Detailed instructions about CUNYfirst will be emailed to you.


Register for your Winter Session course throu
gh CUNYfirst.

Starting November 7, visiting students are able to enroll in winter courses. The last day to register for courses is January 2. For information on how to register, review the CUNYfirst registration instructions.



      Undergraduate     Graduate
  NY State Degree Student   $305/credit    $470/cr​edit
  NY State Non-Degree Student    $445/credit    $470/credit
Out-of-State Degree Student

  $620/credit   $855/credit
  Out-of-State Non-Degree Student   $915/credit   $855/credit

Additional information is available on the Bursar’s website

Undergraduate: A $65 nonrefundable application fee will be added to your tuition when you register.

Graduate: A $125 nonrefundable application fee will be added to your tuition when you register.​

Financial Aid

You may be able to use your current financial aid award toward Winter Session classes. Financial aid is awarded through your home college, so visiting and CUNY students should contact their home college’s Financial Aid Office after their application has been accepted.

QC students should contact Financial Aid for instructions on how to apply for aid.



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