1Apply through cuny.edu for Spring 2017
Planning to apply for Spring 2017? Visit the Apply page for more information on how to apply to Queens College.
2Submit Official transcripts
Submit official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions. Students who received AP credit at the high school level should also arrange to have those scores submitted to the college.
3Receive your Acceptance Letter
Information on New Student Orientation, Advising and Registration
Once accepted, students will receive an email from the Undergraduate Admissions Office regarding the submission of immunization documentation and a web link to set up their Queens College email and CUNYfirst accounts.
NOTE: Incoming students should regularly check their Queens College email for information about registration and signing up for a Freshman Orientation or a Transfer Advising Workshop. Advisement and registration for SEEK, ACE, Worker Education, and Macaulay Honors for the incoming semester will occur within those specific departments. Please contact the departments directly. Second degree students will need to contact their major departments.
Apply for Financial Aid
Submit your Commitment Deposit
Submit Commitment Deposit directly to the Admissions Office.
All undergraduate students are required to pay a non-refundable Commitment Tuition Deposit to secure their enrollment. The deposit will be applied towards your first semester tuition charges and will allow you to schedule your orientation, placement tests and registration. You are strongly encouraged to send in your deposit as soon as possible, but no later than the date below.
Complete Health Services Form
Complete the form here and submit it to the Health Services Center
Claim CUNYfirst, QC Username, and CUNY Portal accounts
All students must claim their CUNYfirst account in order to register for classes, view and pay their bills, check final grades, sign up for CUNY A!ert, as well as other services. Once your account is activated, be sure to save your CUNYfirst Username and your 8 digit CUNYfirst ID in a safe location.If you have not done so, please claim your account now.
OFFICE 365 STUDENT EMAIL
After claiming your CUNYfirst account, all students will have access to their Office 365 email account which will be used for all official college correspondences. Office 365 uses the same username and password as CUNYfirst, which means that when your CUNYfirst password expires, your Office 365 password will also expire and you will not be able to enter either account until it has been reset in CUNYfirst.
Note: You must enter “@qmail.cuny.edu” after your username in order to log in. To access your Queens College email, please log in now.
All students entering Queens College must claim their QC Username account. Your QC Username account allows you to access the schools computers, Wi-fi on campus, and MyQC. This account is also required in order to RSVP for a new student orientation workshop and receive your QCard (Queens College ID card).
Attend a Transfer Advising Workshop
Register for a Transfer Advising Workshop with the Academic Advising Center
Prior to attending, view your transfer credit report on your CUNYfirst Student Center page. Students should also view information on their expected major on the college website
Register for courses
Register for classes online via CUNYfirst. Students can register based on recommendations from their Transfer Workshop as well as requirements for their intended major.