Applying is Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Queensborough Community College is currently accepting applications. Whether taught In Person or Online, all Queensborough courses are designed to maximize the value of the education we provide and the success of all our students.

Please Note: If you are a student who has completed all or part of your education outside the United States and U.S. territories, you have missed the deadline for fall 2020 and can apply for spring 2021. Please see CUNY's Undergraduate Admissions page for more information.



Please read through the steps below and take advantage of the affordable, world-class education offered at Queensborough!

Step 1: Complete An Application

Please Note: If you are a student who has completed all or part of your education outside the United States and U.S. territories, you have missed the deadline for fall 2020 and can apply for spring 2021. Please see CUNY’s Undergraduate Admissions page for more information.

Freshman

If you hold a regular or local high school diploma, or a New York State Equivalency Diploma (HSE/GED) and you have not yet attended college or any post-secondary institution including a business, trade or technical school, you'll need to file the Freshman application for admission. If you are currently attending a NYC DOE high school, be sure to enter your nine-digit OSIS number in the ‘High School/Secondary' section of the Admission Application, which will enable us to retrieve your transcript electronically. There is a $65 non-refundable application fee for freshman applications.


Apply as a Freshman

Transfers

You're a transfer student if you've completed course work or are currently enrolled at an undergraduate college or other post-secondary institution including a business, trade or technical school. If you're a transfer student, you'll need to file the Transfer application for admission. There is a $70 non-refundable application fee for freshman applications.


Apply as a Transfer Student

Step 2: Send Your Transcripts Directly To Us

Most high schools and colleges are working remotely or with a limited staff. The quickest and easiest way for us to complete your application is to have your transcripts sent to us directly through email.

Freshman:

  • If you are currently attending a NYC DOE high school, be sure to enter your nine-digit OSIS number in the ‘High School/Secondary’ section of the Admission Application, which will enable us to retrieve your transcript electronically.
  • If you do not attend a NYC DOE school, contact your local high school and request that a transcript be emailed to our admissions office at admissions@qcc.cuny.edu.

Transfer:

  • Many colleges use electronic services such as Parchment, TranscriptsPlus, Credentials Transcripts Network, National Clearinghouse etc. When using these services, request that a transcript be emailed to our admissions office at admissions@qcc.cuny.edu.
  • If you have a transcript sent directly to you, we cannot consider it official. Be sure you have it sent directly to our office.

Step 3: Connect With A Counselor

students and advisers meeting

Once you have completed an application and submitted your transcripts you will get a personal invitation from one of our enrollment counselors to help you with the final steps of the enrollment process. We have a support team that is ready to cheer you on and help you enroll in more than 40 award-winning degree programs.


Please Note:
 If you are a student who has completed all or part of your education outside the United States and U.S. territories, you have missed the deadline for fall 2020 and can apply for spring 2021. Please see CUNY’s Undergraduate Admissions page for more information.

Accessible and Affordable

As part of the nation’s largest urban University, The City University of New York, Queensborough Community College is a safe, solid and smart choice. Now, and for your future!

If you have any questions or need assistance you can contact the Office of Admissions at 718-281-5000 or via email at admissions@qcc.cuny.edu.

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