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Fall Registration 2018 is now open!

Make Registering Early for Fall a Priority

Why make registering a priority?

  • You will be able to select classes that work with your job schedule and/or family obligations
  • You are more likely to secure a seat in the high demand classes that often close out quickly
  • You can register now and pay later (visit the Bursar's office, A-118 for payment plans)
  • You are more likely to get the classes you need to stay on track for graduation

If you haven't already done so, schedule an appointment with your adviser and discuss the best course options for your academic plan.

You do not have to wait for the end of the spring semester to register for fall, you can register now! Classes begin on August 27th, 2018.

After meeting with your adviser, please register via CUNYfirst.

Academy Advisement

Director of Academy Advisement
Mr. Frantz Alcindor

College Office Assistant to the Director
Ms. Lenny Sanchez

Students in College Discovery, ASAP, Services for Students with Disabilities, Veterans Affairs , International Students, and CSTEP are advised within those programs.

Summer & Fall 2018 Advisement and Registration Activity in the Student Union

Beginning July 10th, the Office of Academy Advisement will conduct all advisement and registration activities in the Student Union. As an integral part of this effort, we would like to provide you with some important information as we prepare to make the transition to the SUL.

Student Union Dates & Hours of Operation

July 10th to August 9th

Monday 8 am to 5:30 pm
Tuesday 8 am to 7 pm
Wednesday 8 am to 7 pm
Thursday 8 am to 5:30 pm
Friday closed

August 13th to September 7th

Monday 9 am to 7 pm
Tuesday 9 am to 7 pm
Wednesday 9 am to 7 pm
Thursday 9 am to 7 pm
Friday 9 am to 5 pm

Planning Process

Over the next couple of days, you will be contacted to discuss either your role in setting up the SUL Lobby area or providing daily representation at one of the Support Service stations. Natalie Roopchand and I will serve as your points of contact during this planning process. Here is our contact information:

Natalie Roopchand, Academy Lead, Business Academy to A 405P, ext. 5120

Gail Patterson, Academy Lead, Health Academy to M 326, ext. 6342

As always, the SUL Advisement and Registration Operation has been a team effort and we look forward to working closely with all you in the upcoming weeks.

Queensborough Academy Adviser

Personal academic advisement is a key ingredient of the Queensborough Academies. You are assigned an Queensborough Academy Adviser who becomes your personal guide throughout your college career at Queensborough through program planning, selection of courses, understanding of degree requirements, and more. Your Queensborough Academy Adviser is your "go-to" person at the college.

Business Academy - (Businessacademy@qcc.cuny.edu)

Business Academy Advisement Center, A-405A, 718.631.6376

Academy Lead Adviser Ms. Natalie Roopchand

Academy Advisers: Ms. Kendra Mason, Mr. Francis Magaldi, Ms. Crystal Moscat

College Office Assistant Ms. Carla McIntosh


Health Related Sciences Academy - (Healthacademy@qcc.cuny.edu)

Health Related Sciences Academy Advisement Center, M-326, 718.281.5139

Academy Lead Adviser Ms. Gail Camille Patterson

Academy Advisers: Mr. Arthur Abramov, Ms. Amanda Ammirati, Ms. Deborah Karlin, Ms. Sabera Saadullah

College Office Assistant Ms. Wenmey Ting


Liberal Arts Academy - (Liberalartsacademy@qcc.cuny.edu)

Liberal Arts Academy Advisement Center, L-434, 718.631.6329

Academy Lead Adviser Ms. Sandra Sacrestano

Academy Advisers: Ms. Adrienne Crosson, Ms. Patricia Beale, Ms. Mary Casatelli, Mr. Andre Coombs, Mr. Matthew Flood, Mr. Mark Tullio, Mr. David Buckner

Part-time Academy Advisers: Ms. Ellen Faughnan, Ms. Haang Fung

College Office Assistant Ms. Emily Campbell


Science, Technologies, Engineering & Mathematics - STEM Academy - (STEMacademy@qcc.cuny.edu)

Science, Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics Academy (STEM) Advisement Center, S-124, 718.281.5340

Academy Lead Adviser Mr. Scott Beltzer

Academy Advisers: Mr. Ryan Brannan, Ms. Kadiffa Brown, Ms. Edna Spencer

College Office Assistant Ms. Jacqueline Pierre


Visual And Performing Arts - V.A.P.A. Academy - (VAPAacademy@qcc.cuny.edu)

Visual and Performing Arts Academy (VAPA) Advisement Center, H 337, 718.281.5190

Academy Lead Adviser Mr. William Duque

Academy Adviser: Mr. Salvatore Pisciotta

College Office Assistant Ms. Monica Segura

Academic & Student Support Resources

Counseling
L-422 - (718) 631-6370


CUNY EDGE
L-432A - (718) 281-5174


Military and Veterans Services
(Main Office), Library 421 - (718) 281-5767


Transfer Resource Center
Administration 214 - (718) 631 6670

Career Services
L-429 - (718) 631-6297


Services for Students with Disabilities
S-132 - (718) 631-6257


Single Stop Financial Services
L-432A - (718) 631- 6347

Resources for Tutoring and Help

Academic Computing Center
L-117 - (718)631-6624


Campus Writing Center (CWC)
L-118 - (718) 631-6663


Foreign Languages and Literature Lab
H-240/241 - (718) 281-5338


Nursing Resource Center
M-333 - 631-6086

Services for Students with Disabilities Lab
L-115 - (718) 281-5771


College Discovery Tutorial Services
L-118 - (718) 631-5645


Mathematics Learning Center (MLC)
S-216 - (718) 281-5625


Student Learning Center
L-125 - (718) 631-6660

For Faculty

High Impact Practices
Dr. Kathleen E. Landy, Assistant Dean for Teaching and Learning | L 315 x5082

Academy Events and Activities

Starfish Early Alert
Dr. Andrea Salis, Faculty Fellow for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor, Health, Physical Education & Dance | A 503 x5146

Academic Service Learning and Common Intellectual Experiences
Dr. Henry Davis, Academic Program Specialist| L 316B x5765

Academy Assessment
Dr. Victor Fichera, Principal Investigator for the Academy Assessment Protocol| A 302 x6643
Dr. Ian Beckford, Academic Affairs Director of Policy Analysis for General Education and Student Learning Outcomes | L-316x2161

Starfish Early Alert
Mr. Ed Molina, Starfish Technical Lead, Office of Academic Affairs | S 245 x 5603

Faculty Coordinators

Business Academy
Dr. Cheryl Tokke, Assistant Professor, Business | A 405 x5423
Ms. Hsiaofang (Sharon) Huang, Lecturer, Business| A-405 x6245

Health Related Sciences Academy
Ms. Alexandra Tarasko, Professor, Nursing | M 322 x6085
Dr. Mangala Tawde, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences and Geology | M 215 x5506

Liberal Arts Academy
Dr. Anita Ferdenzi, Professor, Social Sciences| M 116 x5403
Dr. Maan (Jenny) Lin, Associate Professor, Foreign Languages & Literature | H 220 x5457
Dr. Trevor Milton, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice| M-121 x5570
Mr. David Rothman, Lecturer, Academic Literacy | H 324 x 5216
Dr. Agnieszka Tuszynska, Assistant Professor, English| H 428 x6302

Science, Technologies, Engineering & Mathematics Academy (STEM)
Dr. Moni Chauhan, Professor, Chemistry | S 443 x5573
Mr. Danny Mangra, Associate Professor, Engineering Technology | T 9 x5714

Visual and Performing Arts Academy (VAPA)
Mr. Arthur Adair, Assistant Professor, Speech Communication and Theatre Arts | H 125 x5637

High Impact Practices Coordinators

Academic Service Learning
Dr. Steven Dahlke, Associate Professor, Music |H-140 x5531

Collaborative Assignments and Projects
Ms. Alisa Cercone, Lecturer, English | H 428 x5209
Dr. T. Kiki Byas, Assistant Professor, English | H-428 x5530

Common Intellectual Experiences
Dr. Robin Ford, Assistant Professor, English | H 416 x5392

Diversity/Global Learning
Dr. Meg Tarafdar, Assistant Professor, English | H 428 x5311

Undergraduate Research
Dr. Sharon Lall-Ramnarine, Professor, Chemistry | S 442 x5572

Writing Intensive
Dr. Elise Denbo, Assistant Professor, English |H-428 x5356
Dr. Robert Donley, Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science |S-332 x5581
Dr. Larisa Honey, Assistant Professor, Social Sciences | M 120 x6014

Campus Cultural Centers

Kupferberg Holocaust Center (KHC)Opens in a new window
Kupferberg Holocaust Center Opens in a new window

Using the lessons of the Holocaust to educate current and future generations about the ramifications of unbridled prejudice, racism and stereotyping.

Queensborough Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window
QPAC: Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window

QPAC is an invaluable entertainment company in this region with a growing national reputation. The arts at QPAC continues to play a vital role in transforming lives and building stronger communities.

Queensborough Art GalleryOpens in a new window
QCC Art GalleryOpens in a new window

The QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York is a vital educational and cultural resource for Queensborough Community College, the Borough of Queens and the surrounding communities.