A highly diversified two-year educational experience is what you’ll receive at the CUNY Queensborough Community College in Oakland Gardens, New York. The school is proud of its diversity, as close to half of the student body is composed of students born in another country.
In line with its student body, the school offers a variety of student clubs, organizations, and events. From art galleries and exhibits and a performing arts center to student-run literary publications and an impressive range of organizations from an Architecture Club to a Robotics Club, the college provides many opportunities for an enriching student life.
Academics are designed for students to transfer to four-year programs. They encompass a broad range of majors, like:
- Digital Arts and Design
- Museum and Gallery Studies
- Business Administration
- Computer Information Systems
- Criminal Justice
Specialized career programs for students looking to enter into their profession upon graduation are offered in fields like Accounting, Massage Therapy, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Laser and Fiber Optics Engineering Technology, and more.
Admissions are completely open, allowing any student with a high school diploma or GED the opportunity to attend the college.
Tuition is lower for New York residents, but financial aid is available to all eligible students through scholarships, federal grants, veteran’s assistance, and student loans.
Quick Facts about CUNY Queensborough Community College
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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- African American
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