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 Students/Families FAQs

  • Academic Advising
  • Academics
    • For more information regarding a specific course you are taking, please consult with your professor. If you have not heard from your professor or for general questions regarding your enrollment, credits, labs or performance courses, please review the Provost’s Office website or email

  • Counseling, Health, & Wellness
    • The Counseling, Health, and Wellness Center has licensed mental health professionals available to help students struggling during this difficult time. Simply call (718) 997-5420 and leave a message with contact information, and calls will be returned during normal business hours. You can also email

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  • Learning Resources, Tips, Tools to Connect, and more
  • Student Life
    • The Office of Student Affairs will have a full calendar of events, programs, and meetings of registered student organizations throughout the fall semester. Peer services will also be available. Please refer to the college's calendarFacebook, student-focused Twitter and Instagram for news on campus events.  ​

      Intercollegiate competition made a return in Spring 2021, and we look forward to Fall 2021 sports activities. Athletics staff are actively recalibrating recreation programming to include a wide variety of virtual fitness, aerobic, and yoga classes. Students can email: athleticsinfo@qc.cuny.​edu for more information. 


  • Summer Camp
    • The Queens College Summer Camp reopens for in-person instruction on June 28, in accordance with NYS guidelines. Offerings range from an academic and sports hybrid, general and single specialty sports, performing arts, and counselor training. Email for more information. 

  • Support for Students with Disabilities
    • ​The Office of Special Services (OSS) is making accommodations for students who need them to be successful in their classes. Special software, audio books, scribes, and extended time for testing are just some of the additional services the office will be providing.

      Students who need assistance can call the office at 718-997-5870 or email OSS staff members are checking voicemails and responding to e-mail inquiries to address student needs daily with responses typically within an hour. 

  • Vaccinations
  • What are My Student Fees being Used for?
    • ​The purpose of the Student Activity Fees (SAF) is to fund student government, athletics, shuttle bus, and other activities for the students. Fees are collected each semester and each summer session. Click here to learn more.


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Queens College, CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Queens, NY 11367-1597
Phone: (718) 997-5000

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New York residents ages 16 and older are now eligible, regardless of citizenship status, health coverage, and employment. No appointment necessary - all sites in New York City are now walk-in. 

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