Students can be involved in a number of ways at the college, whether it is through clubs, service organizations, Greek letter organizations, education abroad, work on campus, etc.
There is no single right way to finding the right opportunity but to keep looking and exploring. Those bulletin boards in the hallways that are so easy to walk by? Spend a few minutes looking at them while waiting for a class to start!
Queens College has over one hundred clubs on campus that include cultural clubs, special interest clubs, religious clubs, academic clubs, etc.
A comprehensive listing is available on the student life website here.
Education Abroad & National Student Exchange
The Education Abroad Office, located in Kiely Hall 183, offers many options for students that range from relatively short summer and winter intersession courses to programs that last a semester or two. Exchange Programs allow Queens College students to participate for up to a year in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, or Japan.
Education Abroad features a comprehensive website that includes information on all available programs, how to apply, information on scholarships for studying abroad, and more.