The office is providing services to students via e-mail, telephone, and online zoom sessions, 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.
The Office of Student Activities provides a student friendly resource center at Queensborough, offering opportunities to become involved in campus life through participation in clubs, student organizations, student government, cultural, educational, entertainment, and recreational activities. We welcome students to take part in co-curricular activities and we are dedicated to providing community service programs for your participation.
The following services are among those provided by the Office of Student Activities:
- Informational clearinghouse for all Campus activities
- Advisement on the formulation of Clubs/Student Organizations
- Responsible for the coordination of Heritage Month events
- Promotion of student involvement in Campus Governance
- Development of interpersonal and leadership skills
- Assistance in the production of College publications (i.e. annual College Yearbook, the Aurora and the Communiqué Student Newspaper)
- Advisement for off-campus and on-campus resources
- Scheduling and planning of special events on Campus
- Budget advisement for Club funding
- Advisement and interpretation of University and College Policies
Queensborough Community College is committed to providing a supportive, safe, and positive environment in which bullying is unacceptable. Bullying is deemed as unacceptable behavior on any College property, or at any College function, or activity; or through the use of any electronic, digital or printed materials, whether or not such use occurs on College property.
Spring Semester 2022 - January 28, 2022 to May 24, 2022
|Monday||9:00am - 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 7:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
*Student Center is closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Join a Student Club or Organization! Learn more about the 40+ Student Groups on Campus and get involved. Featuring Student Officers from all current Student Groups and Organizations, Queensborough Community College students will be able to obtain information regarding upcoming events and join a Student Group. Sponsored by the Queensborough Community College Student Government Association (SGA).
Use of Student Activity Fees (SAF)
Queensborough Community College has been very busy preparing our students to be successful, since COVID-19 struck in the Spring semester. We recalibrated and retooled, and all of our Divisions did what was necessary to serve students in a remote environment. The College and specifically the Department of Student Affairs is committed to the continuous support of our students going forward.
Over the years, our (SAF) Student Activity Fee monies have been used to support student life on Campus, including the Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Clubs and Organizations. This Fall, these important services will continue to be provided virtually to all students. Whether you join an Honor Society such as, Phi Theta Kappa, or a Special Interest Club, like the Foreign Language Society or the Motor Club, be sure to take advantage of the rich experiences offered by being active outside of the classroom. This year will again include College-wide events that feature celebrations of culture through the SGA Heritage Month Celebrations, social events such as, parties and Workshops. Student integration is an important facet when looking at student success outcomes. Students that are active in student life are more likely to Graduate. Our SGA is hosting a myriad of Town Halls and Information Sessions aimed at integrating and connecting students to others on Campus. This kind of engagement is important for student success. The Virtual Club Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, September 16th at 12:30 -2pm. Look for an invitation in your email.
Other areas that receive funding from the Student Activities Fee include, Athletics, Sports Teams, Recreation Activities, the Aurora Yearbook, the Communique Newspaper, and the Cultural Council, which supports events that feature Dance, Theatre, Art, and Music. Most importantly, the SAF provides substantial support to campus Tutoring Services. Queensborough relies on the Student Activity Fee to provide support to all of our students' tutorial needs. Free tutoring for each class offered at the College is a student service that is not always offered and this sets QCC apart from other Community Colleges.
Lastly, each year our Campus celebrates our Graduates with a really wonderfully done Ceremony. Due to COVID-19, we hosted the Campus first-ever Online Commencement Ceremony. Over 2,400 students Graduated and this virtual event provided an opportunity for each of these wonderful students to be recognized. The event was recorded so our students could cherish these memories for the rest of their lives. The Student Activity Fee played an integral role in the College's ability to host Commencement. We would not be able to have a proper Ceremony and recognize our students' fantastic accomplishments without this Funding. All of these events, activities and opportunities are only possible through the Student Activity Fee.
Our Mission and Goals
The Mission of the Queensborough Community College Student Association (QSA) and the Office of Student Activities is to further the well-being of the student body, to provide students with experience and training in a democratic form of Government, to continuously expand, and coordinate a program of student activities, to stimulate student interest and support in the development, assessment and execution of educational, social, cultural and recreational programs, to develop communication amongst students, administration and faculty in order to further the goals of this educational facility.
1. Provide cultural and artistic events for students, faculty and staff that celebrate diversity and community.
2. Review and explore better utilization of the Student Union Center to increase traffic and usage.