The office is providing services to students via e-mail, telephone, and online zoom appointments, with limited in-person services available. We recommend that you continue to work with us remotely - it's convenient and easy!
All visitors to campus are required to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test no more than seven days prior to coming to campus. Masks are required for in-person services.
To schedule an appointment with a counselor, please call:
The Counseling Center
Library Building, Rm. 422
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
After-hours appointments available upon request.
For immediate support:
Students may contact NYC Well, your connection to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone at 1-888-NYC-WELL, text “Well” to 65173, or chat online and get access to mental health and substance use services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365.
In a psychiatric or medical emergency, call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room. If you have suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255
If the Counseling Center is closed, and a QCC student tells you that they are thinking about suicide, call QCC Public Safety at 718-631-6320
Mission & Goals
The mission of Queensborough Community College’s Counseling Center is to provide quality services that support the intellectual, emotional, social, and vocational development of the diverse student population enrolled at the college. Counselors offer a wide range of services including teaching students the essential skills to maximize their potential and enhance their academic performance. To achieve these goals, counselors are active members of the college community who interact and collaborate with college administrators, faculty, college communities and all support services. In conducting their professional activities counselors participate in professional development, and maintain the highest ethical standards while preserving the confidential nature of the counseling relationship.
Expand points of contact through use of technology
Better utilization of existing resources
The Counseling Center is a division of the Department of Student Affairs