Like all colleges and universities, Queens College is required to provide students, faculty, and staff with training on several topics. We want to ensure you know your rights and responsibilities, how to report violations of your rights, and guide you through the resolution process.
You will recognize some of the required training from your college orientation. Others might be required because of an educational opportunity abroad, a leadership or research role, or membership in an organization or on an athletics team.
CUNY and Queens College are committed to fostering a community based on respect for others and providing an environment free from unlawful discrimination. We do this through a variety of media, including workshops in person and online through campus and community organizations.
Beyond the mandatory training that provides you a foundation for safety and success during your studies, we offer voluntary training on topics such as Healthy Relationships, Bystander Intervention, Implicit Bias, Safe Spaces, and Conflict Resolution.
For your convenience, we’ve linked to several important CUNY and Queens College policies below.
- CUNY Domestic Violence and the Workplace Policy
- CUNY Drug / Alcohol Use Amnesty Policy
- CUNY Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Policy
- CUNY Policy on Reasonable Accommodations and Academic Adjustments
- CUNY Policy on Reporting Alleged Misconduct
- CUNY Policy on Sexual Misconduct
- CUNY Reporting Alleged Misconduct Form
- CUNY Students’ Bill of Rights
Queens College Resources
We partner with several campus departments and organizations to foster the mutual respect we want here and in the world. Among those internal partners are:
- Athletics Department
- Counseling Services Department
- Housing & Residence Life (The Summit)
- Office of Minority Affairs
- Office of Public Safety
- Office of Student Development & Leadership
If you would like us to provide training to your department or student organization, please contact email@example.com.
We also collaborate with several organizations off campus to ensure you have access to experts who can provide unique support we cannot, including: