Remote Learning & Virtual Office

Virtual Office

While on-campus, in-person service will not be available until further notice, we are continuing to work  remotely to help students and faculty.  Please check our website for important updates about registration, advising and all department services which are moving online.  You can sign up for our email listservs to receive direct announcements.  Email is the preferred and quickest way to get in touch with us.  We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Emails for Psychology programs:

– Undergraduate Programs:
– Applied Behavior Analysis Masters or Certificate Programs:
– Behavioral Neuroscience Masters program: Dr. Kerstin Unger at
– General Masters Program Director: Dr. Patricia D’Ateno at
– General Masters Program Advisor: Dr. Concettina Pagano at
– PhD programs in Psychology:

Quick Links

  • For Online Advising, click here.
  • For Fall 2020 registration dates and information,  click here.
  • For registration problems and special requests, click here.
  • For Honors & Awards for Graduating Psychology Majors, click here.
  • For Special Grading Policy for Spring 2020  (withdrawals, CR/NC), click here.


Due to current circumstances, the Graduate Admissions Office is working remotely.  Our virtual office hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.  The best way to reach the office is via email (listed below).


You may also want to utilize our Live Chat link to speak to an admission representative.  The link can be found here (in the upper right hand corner labeled “Live Support”)

The Graduate Admissions Office is located at:
Queens College
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Jefferson Hall, Welcome Center
Flushing, NY 11367

Effective March 19, 2020, the office of Health Services will be providing services to students via e-mail, telephone and other modalities. If you have general questions or need assistance please call 718-997-2760 or email

For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Health Service website.

Immunization Forms can be found here and must be completed and returned to the Health Services Office prior to class registration.  Forms may be e-mailed to healthquestions@qc.cuny.eduStudents who were previously enrolled at Queens College do not need to submit new forms. 

Out-of-state students who are experiencing difficulty in obtaining their health records are encouraged to contact previous institutions attended (even high schools) to retrieve records.

**New York State/NYC residents who are experiencing difficulty in obtaining health records should contact Terri Calhoun, RN for Queens College.  She has access to the NYS health database and can assist to locate your records. She can be reached at or 917.309.4583.

Information regarding Financial Aid and Loans may be found by visiting here.

Financial Aid processes are serviced by the QC Hub. You may find out more information by visiting the link above.  The QC Hub also offers a Live Chat feature, as listed on their website.

Typically, all accepted students are required to pay a non-refundable $250 Commitment Tuition Deposit. The Commitment Tuition Deposit enables each student to confirm enrollment to the program to which s/he has been offered admission and will be applied to the first semester tuition charges.

**However, due to COVID-19, the Graduate Admissions Office is waiving the $250 deposit.  Simply log into your application account and follow the steps to accept your enrollment offer, as outlined in your decision letter -- you will not be required to pay the commitment fee upfront or mail in your enrollment form. The amount will simply be applied to your first semester tuition charges.

Once you have accepted the offer to enroll, we will work on granting you the ability to claim your Queens College accounts via e-mail. Once you have accepted your offer, it will usually take a few days for you to receive your follow-up email.

In the meantime, you may contact your Graduate Faculty Advisor, as indicated in your decision letter, to discuss your course of study and registration plans.

In order to receive your CUNYfirst and QC email accounts, you will first have to accept your offer to enroll, as indicated in your decision letter. Once you have accepted the offer to enroll, the Office of Graduate Admissions will work on granting you the ability to claim your Queens College accounts via e-mail. Once you have accepted your offer, it will usually take a few days for you to receive your follow-up email. Please allow for sufficient turnaround time.

To obtain a QCard, you must have a CAMS (College Account Management System) account. If you do not have one, visit After activating your CAMS account, you can get your QCard on the next business day when the ITS QCard Office is open.

QCards are issued in the ITS QCard Office, located in Dining Hall, Room DH-116A. You must bring two photo IDs as proof of identification (e.g., your old college ID, a driver’s license, a state-issued non-driver ID, or a passport).

If you lose your QCard, you must go to the Bursar's Office in Jefferson Hall 200 to pay the $10 fee. Then visit the ITS QCard Office to obtain a new QCard.  Make sure to bring the receipt and a picture ID.

For more information about the QCard, please click here.

Parking decals are offered through the Public Safety Office.  For instructions on how to apply for a decal, please visit its website.

To be eligible for in-state tuition as an out-of-state student, you will have to meet certain requirements.  For exact criteria, please click here.