Tuition

The tuition fees listed for each continuing education course represent the total charges for the course. A one-time $20 per person registration fee is required each semester. For children’s programs, first child pays $20 registration fee, each additional child, $15 registration fee.

Matriculated QCC students in full-time credit courses are exempt from the registration fee.

FREE courses require $20 registration fee.

Personal checkswill only be accepted ten (10) days prior to class start date.

A student who has submitted a bad check, or who stopped payment on a check to the College, will not be permitted to pay by check again. In these cases, payment must be by  money order, or credit card only (cash payments not available). A fee of $15 will be charged for a bad check.

A paid invoice is needed for class admission. The fee for a duplicate invoice is $5.00

Discount Policy for Seniors:

SENIOR CITIZENS (OVER 65 YEARS):

All Continuing Education courses are offered at a discounted rate (see below) on space-available bases. Seniors are required to pay the $20 registration fee. First time registrants must apply for discounts at the time of registration and submit appropriate proof.

5% off all applicable/eligible courses less than $150.

10% off all applicable/eligible courses with tuition of $150 or more.

QCC Alumni Association Members:

All Alumni must be dues paying members of the QCC Alumni, and not just graduates of the College. They must show their QCC Alumni Card, with appropriate validation, to our office in order to be considered for an alumni discount when registering for Continuing Education courses at QCC.

All eligible QCC Alumni will receive a 5% discount and a waiver of the $20 registration fee for all Continuing Education courses offered at QCC.

The Discount and Registration waiver is only for the QCC Alumni member and not extended to members of their family.

TAX DEDUCTION OF EXPENSES

An income tax deduction may be allowed for expenses of education undertaken to maintain current professional skills and jobs.

COLLEGE RULES & REGULATIONS

All participants in the Queensborough Continuing Education program must follow the College’s rules & regulations.

Please ask for Annual Security Report.

The College has the right to change schedules, replace instructors and/or cancel classes at its discretion.

Refund Policy

The Office of Continuing Education adheres strictly to the following refund policies:

Refunds are given either when QCC Continuing Education cancels classes or based on individual student requests.

All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing, by mail, fax, or in person.
Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or request for refund

NO CASH REFUNDS. Refunds are made to the credit card or by check only to the payer of record.

No refund for classes which meet for only one or two sessions; or for classes after second meeting.

Bundle Program individual course(s) refund requests are processed at the prorated discounted rate.

Materials fees are not refundable.

The $20 registration fee is not refundable.

Refunds are computed as of the date on which official notification is received by this office as follows: 90% refund 3 days prior to first class meeting. 75% refund prior to second class meeting (for courses that have more than two meetings).

Note: All refunds takes approximately 2-3 weeks after the Office of Continuing Education receives your request and/or a class is cancelled by our office.

For processing your refund request, please contact
Sinia Yiatselis: SYiantselis@qcc.cuny.edu

COURSE CANCELLATIONS

•  The Office makes every attempt possible to notify you of course cancellations. Please confirm your current telephone number(s) and email address at the time of registration.

•  You will receive a full tuition refund for courses cancelled by the College within 2-3 weeks of notification by the Office of Continuing Education. If you are enrolled for multiple classes, and some are held, the $20 registration fee will not be refunded for those cancelled by QCC.

•  The College reserves the right to cancel any course, to make changes in fees or substitutions in faculty, to change days/hours when necessary. Every effort is made to provide corrected information as soon as possible if the catalog or other printed materials containing course information is modified.

Campus Cultural Centers

Kupferberg Holocaust CenterOpens in a new window
Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and ArchivesOpens 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.