Letter from the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Students are central to everything we do, and ensuring their success is a core value and the mission of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Our most successful students have been those who have chosen to be involved both inside and outside the classroom. The Student Affairs and Enrollment Management team is here to support, encourage, and even challenge you to broaden your Queens College experience by becoming involved.
Queens College is a special place, with a diverse student population and a rich tradition as a commuter school. With over one hundred clubs and organizations, student government and leadership programs, media organizations and thousands of programs annually, there are many ways to experience Queens College. In addition, if you haven’t found it, we’ll help you create it!
It is our hope you will utilize this resource as a tool for your success. The Student Affairs and Enrollment Management team believes that our work with students has value, meaning, and purpose. It is a privilege and honor to work with such bright and motivated students.
Should you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to call on us. We are here to help you succeed.
Jennifer L. Jarvis
“Our goal is simple: to create and build a strong sense of community.”
– VP for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Bldg.: Student Union, Room 300
Student Affairs Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrollment Management Email: email@example.com
Jennifer L. Jarvis
Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Sean J. Pierce
Interim Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Dwayne D. Jones
Interim Dean of Students
Director of Administration and Events
Executive Assistant to the VP
Executive Assistant to the VP
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management will advocate for students and their development by placing students at the center of all we do. We appreciate each student’s uniqueness, and will strive to provide students with the intellectual and experiential opportunities to make connections.
The mission of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management is to enhance the growth of each student beyond the classroom experience. In order to achieve this, the division will provide students with the tools to be able to be independent, ethical, educated, responsible and energized citizens focused on serving a diverse, global community.
The success of our students is the most important measure of progress at Queens College. Given this, we are guided by and committed to:
- Serving as guides for students’ holistic development, through self-exploration, self-acceptance, and self-realization.
- Promoting active learning by providing intellectual and experiential opportunities for students to become engaged citizens in a diverse community.
- Providing a diverse and inclusive community that encourages involvement and advocates for a free exchange of ideas.
- Valuing intellectual creativity, critical thinking, leadership, ethics and excellence in every facet of their lives.
- Promoting integrity, trust and personal responsibility.
- Helping students in decisions which enhance their college experience.
- Valuing, respecting, monitoring and advocating for students and their development.
- Admissions - Graduate
- Admissions - Undergraduate
- Child Development Center
- Counseling Services
- CUNY EDGE
- Enrollment Services
- Financial Aid Services
- Health Services Center
- Judicial Affairs
- Minority Affairs
- QC Hub
- Office of Special Services
- Student Development & Leadership
- Summit Apartments
- Veteran Support Services
The Office of Graduate Admissions services current and prospective graduate students in their pursuit of post-baccalaureate education. QC’s 100+ career-building master’s and certificate degree programs allow students to choose from numerous areas of study, such as Arts, Computer Science, Data Analytics, Education, Library Science, Media, Psychology, Risk Management, and many more.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for recruiting and communication with new freshmen and transfer students. The office provides information about Queens College to interested students and reviews applications to help determine which students will be accepted. The Admissions Counselors also visit high schools, colleges, and other community-based organizations to present on Queens College.
The Child Development Center is a licensed, campus-based program offering early care and education as well as after-school services to children 2.5 – 10 years of age. For more information about registration, tuition, fees, and hours, please call the office cell phone or leave a message in the office directly.
The mission of Counseling Services includes enhancing students’ academic, intellectual, personal, and social growth, as well as helping them clarify the values and ideals that guide their lives. Counseling services also gives special attention to students’ mental health, with the aim of alleviating painful symptoms, enhancing self-understanding and understanding of others, and fostering students’ pursuit of their goals. Counseling Services provides both individual and group counseling to all Queens College students. All services are confidential and free of charge.
CUNY EDGE (Educate, Develop, Graduate, Empower) is a partnership between the New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA) and the City University of New York. CUNY EDGE provides eligible students in pursuit of an undergraduate degree with a wide range of services, supplemental resources, and support needed to succeed in college and in their careers.
The Office of Enrollment Services is responsible for providing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to Queens College staff, faculty and administration via targeted student communication from the point of entry through graduation. E-mails and event notifications to students are sent on behalf of individuals and departments on an ad hoc, future and recurring basis.
The Office of Financial Aid Services provides accurate and current information regarding the financial aid process and programs, and assists students in understanding and obtaining appropriate aid for which they are eligible.
The Health Services Center provides free or low-cost resources to help everyone in the Queens College community to achieve optimal well-being. The Health Service Center offers “walk-in” services which include first aid and medical assessments, consultations, referrals, as well as various health education programs.
The Office of Judicial Affairs and Student Conduct reviews matters related to code of conduct violations, as well as academic integrity dishonesty. A student accused of violating any of these policies is allowed to resolve allegations made against them via a mediation meeting with an assigned student conduct officer. The student can accept responsibility for his/her violation, during a mediation meeting, or choose to take part in a hearing of the Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee (FSDC). Students found in violation may face a number of sanctions, such as a warning, disciplinary probation, suspension, or an academic integrity course.
Minority Affairs supports minority students in their pursuit of academic success and personal development through varied programs and opportunities that include pre-professional advisement, coaching, mentoring, counseling and referral for personal issues, among other services.
The QC Hub is a centralized location where the customer service and enrollment-related functions of the Financial Aid and Registrar offices are provided with relative ease. You can come to us for any questions you may have regarding financial aid, registration or student records.
The Office of the Registrar provides records management services pertaining to graduation, diploma, Degree Works, transcripts, grading, registration, and permits.
Launched in 1966, The Percy E. Sutton SEEK (Search for Elevation, Education and Knowledge) Program is designed to reach qualified high school students who might not attend college otherwise. Staff counselors help students with college advising and address personal, social, financial aid and career prep concerns. SEEK also utilizes dedicated career specialist, and wellness and resource interns as part of its holistic approach to servicing students.
The Office of Special Services for Students with Disabilities is dedicated to providing accommodations and supportive services to all students with disabilities. This includes accessibility to all assistive technology, academic and social activities on campus, and to teach self-advocacy for their success at Queens College and leadership roles in society.
The Office of Student Development and Leadership (OSDL) engages members of the Queens College community in cultivating and sustaining a culture of lifelong leadership development through training and education. Our office presents students with the opportunities for curricular learning, intentional engagement, self-reflection, and skill development.
The Office of Student Development and Leadership believes in empowering students to be academically, socially, and spiritually successful.
The Summit Apartments is located in the heart of campus between Fitzgerald Gym and Rosenthal Library. Students live in an apartment-style residence hall, providing them with a “home away from home” while studying at Queens College. The Summit Apartments provides a stimulating and exceptionally affordable place to live as well as fosters a strong feeling of community and campus pride at Queens College. Residential students eliminate the need for commuting as they can easily access the various locations around campus within minutes of their room.
Queens College welcomes and supports veterans, military personnel, and their dependents on campus. Veteran Support Services is dedicated to fostering a sense of community and developing a channel of communication among veteran, military personnel, and dependent students with QC faculty, administration, and staff.