The College has designated cork bulletin boards throughout the campus for the purpose of posting print materials. Glass-enclosed bulletin boards are used by the College for the purpose of posting information related to compliance. (See Appendix A, Location of College Bulletins Boards Designated for Posting Print Material.)

For the purpose of these guidelines, the College defines "print material", including but not limited to posters and flyers, as any form of print publicity or communications without regard to content. It does not include print materials which the College is required to post for compliance purposes. It also does not include instructional print materials distributed by faculty, or materials posted by faculty in the classroom during scheduled class meeting periods.

  1. General Requirements For All Postings

    1. The President's Designee(s) must approve all Queensborough Community College print materials to insure they comply with the guidelines described herein prior to posting. Print material may be submitted for approval via an online form, as well as in person to the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs office. Approved material will be stamped and dated. All posted print materials must have this approval stamp.

    2. Print material which has been approved for posting may be posted on designated cork bulletin boards. No print materials shall be affixed to any other surface (interior or exterior), including but not limited to: buildings, doors, windows, interior walls, trash receptacles, pillars, light poles, trees, building signs, fences, and other areas of a building, whether inside or outside, any other area of the campus, or any object on the campus.

    3. Print materials shall not promote activities or conduct that violates local, state or federal law.

    4. Print materials may not display copyrighted or trademarked works without the express authorization of the copyright-holder. Copyrighted and trademarked works may include, but are not limited to: logos, digital images, photographs, paintings, movies, videos, and written works. For an overview of Copyright and Fair use topics, visit: http://fairuse.stanford.edu/Copyright_and_Fair_Use_Overview

    5. The use of the CUNY logo (and its affiliated institutions) must comply with brand guidelines.

    6. Print materials for events, programs or services that are open to the general public shall include the following ADA accommodations Statement: "Persons with disabilities seeking assistance in arranging reasonable accommodations should contact the College's 504/ADA Coordinator in the Office of Affirmative Action, Pluralism and Diversity at (718) 631-6391 in advance of the event."

    7. The preferred maximum size of print materials is 8.5" by 11."

    8. Each piece of print material is limited to one per designated cork bulletin board.

    9. Print material should not cover or obstruct other notices.

    10. The sponsor (or individual poster) shall be responsible for the prompt removal and proper disposal of all print materials upon the conclusion of the event, program or service. To insure adequate posting space for all, print materials must be removed no later than four (4) days after the conclusion of the event, program or service. Materials that are informational and are not related to a specific date may be posted for no longer than one week. Requests to re-post materials that have exceeded their approved posting period may be submitted online or to the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Approval is subject to space availability.

  2. Internal Groups

    Within the context of these guidelines, internal groups are defined as registered student organizations, campus governance units, academic units, and campus departments/offices, individual members of the campus community and College committees. Internal groups may place print materials on designated bulletin boards in accordance with the following requirements:

    1. All print material that presents information about College-sponsored events, programs, or other official College business must adhere to Queensborough Community College and The City University of New York branding guidelines and standards. "Queensborough Community College" must be included on the print material and must be written in its entirety. Abbreviations - i.e. "QCC" or "Queensborough" -- may not be used.

    2. Print material must indicate the name of the department, office, organization or individual sponsoring the activity; and/or the individual posting the material.

  3. External Groups

    Within the context of these guidelines, external groups are defined as those groups or individuals which are not registered student organizations, campus governance units, academic units, departments/offices or committees; or employees or students enrolled at the College.

    External groups and individuals must obtain the (stamped) approval of the Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee prior to posting. Approval is subject to the General Requirements applicable to all posters of print material outlined above.

Appendix A

Location of College Bulletin Boards Designated for Posting Print Material

(Subject to change)

Medical Arts

  • Left of 111
  • Right of 116
  • Between 123 and 124
  • Left of 148
  • Left of 332

Science

  • Between 213 & 214
  • Between 211 & 212
  • Between 208 & 209
  • Between 206 & 207A
  • Between 224 & 225
  • Between 222 & 223
  • Between 308 & 309
  • Between 306 & 307
  • Between 323 & 324
  • Between 319 & 320A
  • Between 316 & 317
  • Between 313 & 314
  • Between 311 & 312
  • Between 423 & 424
  • Between 421 & 422
  • Between 416A & 417
  • Between 414 & 415

C Building

  • Left of 202
  • Right of 206
  • Inside staircase #1 second floor

Student Union

  • Lower-level free standing bulletin board

Z Building

  • Shadow box right of Z104 and left of Z114

Humanities

  • Between 205 & 206
  • Between 236 & 237
  • Between 232 & 233
  • Between 405 & 406
  • Between 408 & 409
  • Between 436 & 437
  • Between 438 & 440
  • Between 443 & 444

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.