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.
Student Conduct Matter
Incidents/Safety concerns on-campus contact the QCC Office of Public Safety, by picking up one of the red phones on campus, or calling (718) 631-6320. You can also complete a report in person by visiting their office located in the Library Bldg. 3rd Floor (near the flag pole).
Incidents/Safety concerns off-campus should be directed to your local law enforcement, NYPD, or in case of emergency dial 911.
Once a report is received by the Office of Student Affairs-Office of Student Conduct, an investigation will begin into the matter of concern.
The designated student conduct staff member in coordination with the Office of Public Safety, Title IX Coordinator, Counseling Center, Dean's Office, Vice President for Student Affairs, and other areas and personnel as needed, will review and evaluate all reports, statements, video or other electronic media, and meet with any witnesses/complainants.
Once an investigation has concluded the matter will be referred to mediation or to a hearing in front of the Faculty Student Disciplinary Committee (FSDC).
Article 15 of The City University of New York (CUNY) discusses the overall student conduct policy utilized at the college. Visit, CUNY's Bylaws site for a detailed description of CUNY policies and procedures.
General Student Concern
-The Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is a collaborative group with the mission of: (A) Coordinating a systematic response to students whose behavior is disruptive to themselves or the environment or students exhibiting threatening, homicidal and suicidal behaviors. (B) Supporting student success via educational, rather than punitive means. (C) Encouraging a culture of reporting.
Academic Integrity Issue
-Incidents of concern should be reported to the academic integrity officer at (718) 631-6314.
Ms. Tikola Russell
Dean of Students
Ms. Annette Lazaro
Coordinator for Special Projects for Student Affairs
Assistant to the Dean of Students
Ms. Jennifer Klein
Student Life Manager for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
222-05 56th Ave. L-418
Bayside , NY 11364
- Monday: 9:00am-5:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am-5:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am-5:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am-5:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Our Mission and Goals
In concert with the Office of Student Affairs, The Office of the Dean of Students (Student Conduct and Academic Integrity) responsible for upholding the rules of maintenance and public order (Henderson Rules). The office adjudicates matters and applies punitive and educational measures while mediating students, faculty and staff conflict.
Promote the access and advancement of core student affairs departmental services and functions.