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Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY) NY


Often referred to as “the jewel of the CUNY system,” Queens College is a place of contrasts: An urban school in a suburban setting, where a large and diverse student body receives personalized attention.

Queens College offers a great education for a great price. It's location in NYC attracts great professors and internships for students. The student body is very diverse. Ethnic and religious clubs are active on campus and the surrounding area has a plethora of Asian and Kosher eateries.

For undergraduate students, there are more than 100 areas of study within the fields of arts and humanities, education, mathematics and natural sciences, and social sciences.

The many offerings for graduate students include speech-language pathology and the highly ranked library and information studies program.

The Basics
Setting Urban
School Type Public, co-ed
Housing Apartment, Dorm
Popular Subjects Social Sciences, Psychology, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Education.
School Website
General Information
Location Flushing, Queens, New York
Campus Size 77 acre
Year Founded 1937
Enrollment ~12,000 undergraduate students
International ~8%
Student-to-Teacher ~15:1

Students Comments

“Queens College is an interesting community with great school spirit and on campus events (fall fest, spring carnival) plus extracurricular groups and clubs. Diverse and full of different cultures and personalities. Abundance of course options and engaging professors and staff.”

“This is an excellent college if you want to study psychology. It is a commuter school, but you don't have to dorm here to get a good experience.”

“It is located at the best location in queens. The campus make you feel like you do not already live in an urban jungle. I would recommend this school to anyone in the area looking to excel their skills.”

“I loved my experience at Queens College. The campus was so beautiful, they had many good programs and organizations to be a part of. I was able to make so many great, long lasting friends there as well.”


“For the fourth time in the past six years, Queens College has been chosen as one of the 200 Best Value Colleges nationwide by The Princeton Review. 

Queens College continues to produce the most teachers, counselors and principals in the metropolitan area. Its leading number of computer science majors, compared to other colleges in New York City, sets it apart as a leader in tech education.” …  Jan, 2019 by L. Hanrahan

On campus

Queens College, located in the New York City borough of Queens, is part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Because of the school's location, student life at Queens is a little different from that of more traditional universities.

Queens students can explore more than 100 clubs, join an intramural sports team or get involved in varsity athletics. There are 20 intercollegiate Queens College Knights sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division II East Coast Conference. Notable alumni include comedian Jerry Seinfeld and musician Paul Simon.


About Flushing

Nowadays, the Chinese-immigrant population of Flushing, Queens, surpassed that of Manhattan's Chinatown years ago. Roughly two-thirds of the residents in this bustling Queens neighbourhood are foreign born, the vast majority of them coming from Asia. In Flushing, you can enjoy the most authentic Asian cuisines.

The neighbourhood also happens to be home to some of the City's best attractions, including world-class sports venues, lush gardens and performance spaces.

The neighbourhood is quite lush, too; indeed, it’s home to the borough’s botanical garden and one of NYC’s largest parks.

As early as the 1970s, Flushing began its transition from a predominantly Italian and Jewish community to a Chinese one. The first newcomers were primarily Taiwanese, and eventually, beginning in the 1990s, immigrants from Fujian and then from northern and southwestern provinces arrived.

Then a new infusion of capital, some of it from Taiwan and Hong Kong, returned in the modern era to remake downtown Flushing, erecting skyscraper hotels and shopping centers.

The Chinatown you now see is buttressed by Korean and Indian communities, and now constitutes one of the city’s most active commercial centers, linked to the rest of the city by the Long Island Railroad and the 7 subway line.

The streets are bustling with shoppers seeking out dumpling shops, bakeries, sprawling fish and vegetable stands, beauty shops, apothecaries, and restaurants. And walking down Main Street from the terminus of the 7 train is as close to being in Beijing or Taipei as one is likely to get in New York City.