College offers over 70 undergraduate programs on campus. The most popular majors pursued by our students are Business, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education (Birth – 2), Childhood Education (1 – 6), Economics, English, Graphic Design, History, Mathematics, Media Studies, Psychology, Secondary Education (7 – 12), Sociology, and Spanish.

Application Process

Submit Undergraduate Admissions Application directly to the program admissions coordinator for review along with supporting documentation and application fee. (Process to be updated to online application – date TBD)

Required Documents

Freshman

Need to provide official High School Transcript indicating proof of graduation sent directly from the issuing institution in a school-issued envelope, or proof of High School Equivalency (GED) diploma and scores.

Transfer

You are considered a transfer applicant if you have attended any institution after completing your secondary/high school education.

A complete record which includes all years of your secondary school education for every school attended by official sealed transcript in a sealed, college-issued envelope is required.  If you attended more than one college/postsecondary school, your GPA will be determined through a combined calculation of all attempted coursework. If you have completed fewer than 30 college credits, your high school/secondary school transcript will be necessary as well.

Credits outside of the USA

Educational credentials in a language other than English applicants need to provide official transcripts of university work sent along with any external examination certificates.  In addition, an official document-by-document evaluation and a course-by-course evaluation report is needed which includes a GPA.

Applicants who have some credits from outside of the United States higher education institutions must submit the following educational documents for evaluation: a) English translations from a recognized source; b) the official transcript and examination certificates. All Transcript should include the final grades and GPA in order to receive an appropriate evaluation for course equivalency.

A minimum cumulative Transfer GPA of 2.0 is required.  Fresh Start admissions may be recommended based on an interview and 3 years stop out of college for those applicants below the 2.0 required GPA.

Please note that all materials and documents (including original documents) submitted as part of an application for admission become the property of the Center for Worker Education Program and cannot be returned.

Deadline Dates for Application

Fall: Freshman/Transfer rolling basis beginning mid-February to August 15
Spring: Freshman/Transfer rolling basis beginning mid-September to January 15

Students Returning to Queens College

If you are interested in resuming your undergraduate studies if you attended Queens College before, you will need to submit the Undergraduate Readmission Application and pay the $20.00.

Non-Degree/Visiting Students

You don’t have to matriculate to take classes at Queens College. Many courses, especially those offered in summer and winter, are available to visiting non-degree students.

Assessment Testing

All students attending CUNY must demonstrate readiness in reading, writing and math by taking the CUNY Assessment tests which are given at the College, free of charge.  An applicant can also demonstrate college-level readiness based on SAT, ACT or New York Regents test scores.  Applicant transcripts can also be reviewed to satisfy college-level readiness with at least one college-level course in Mathematics and English with a grade of “C” or better.

The CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies also provides free skills test prep courses that are available at our 43rd street location.

In order to set up an appointment for the CUNY Assessment test please contact the undergraduate admissions coordinator:  Francine Sanchez 718-997-3060.

Students with Disabilities

CUNY provides various testing accommodations for students with disabilities. A waiver for the Math test may also be available by registering with The Office of Special Services – (students must take the CUNY Assessment Test in Math at least once). For more information and requirements, contact The Office of Special Services at 718-997-5870.

Tuitions & Fees at Queens College

To learn more about tuition fees and payments at Queens College, please visit the Tuition & Fees Cost page.

Financial Aid Options at Queens College

Financial Aid Options at Queens College help you best understand the aid programs at Queens College, how to apply for these programs each academic year, how to avoid a variety of problems, and how to become an informed consumer.