At the heart of our mission is the principle that academic advising is integral to the enterprise of teaching, understanding oneself, and actualizing learning goals while in pursuit of an advanced education and degree. We believe that strong advising structures support and enhance students’ educational pathways and academic experiences while fostering educational engagement in preparation for roles and responsibilities in a global citizenry. Through its many programs, services, outreach efforts, and initiatives, the contributions and assessed outcomes of the Academic Advising Center (AAC) at Queens College reinforces the role of advising in student achievement and retention, thereby supporting the institutional mission and vitality of the College, and the future academic and personal successes of its students.Read more ...
The Center promotes the understanding, appreciation and negotiation of a liberal arts education by introducing and supporting the philosophy, history, purpose and value of such. This includes encouragement to explore the world through a broad range of courses with a global focus; studying various areas of knowledge from diverse perspectives; and becoming familiar with new ways of understanding the world for the development of one’s possibilities and contributions therein — “Discimus ut Serviamus: We learn so that we may serve.”
In doing so, advisors embrace ideologies and pragmatics in highlighting degree requirements, policies & procedures, campus services, student life, and educational opportunities that extend beyond classroom learning and beyond the receipt of the baccalaureate degree. Through a joint effort between the student and advisor, students may tailor their educational experiences in order to take full advantage of their current options so as to prepare them for a lifetime of choice and opportunity.
The Center serves as a support system for the student body and the academic programs and management of the institution by ensuring clarity, uniformity, and informational accessibility of college-wide academic, procedural and experiential information that is introduced upon students’ entry and supported centrally through graduation. The AAC provides the College’s centralized and integrated academic advising services to incoming and continuing undergraduate students to foster timely and successful receipt of the baccalaureate degree....Hide
ACADEMIC ADVISING CENTER HOURS
SEPTEMBER 14 - DECEMBER 18, 2015
|Monday||Walk-ins||9:30am - 4pm||KY 217|
|Tuesday||Appointments||9:30am - 6pm||KY 217|
|Wednesday||Walk-ins||9:30am - 6pm||KY 217|
|Thursday||Appointments||9:30am - 4pm||KY 217|
|Friday||Appointments||9:30am - 1pm||KY 217|
|Saturday||Walk-ins||9:30am - 2:30pm||KY 217|
It is recommended that students call before coming in on a Saturday to ensure that there is no unexpected CUNYfirst maintenance or outages, which would preclude the ability to advise.
Academic Advising will not take place when the college is closed on the following dates: 10/12, 11/26-11/29, 12/24-12/27.
When there are no classes in session, our office hours will be 8:30am-5pm: 9/14, 9/15, 9/22, 9/23.
Academic Information : 2014-2015
- Major / Minor Fair
- The Pass/No-Credit Option
- Where Do I Go? (QC Department Index)
- Fall 2015 Bursar Newsletter
- Nelnet Payment Plan video tutorial
- Legal History Concentration
- Fall 2015 Pathways Courses
- Fall 2015 Writing Intensive Pathways Courses
- Fall 2015 Perspectives (PLAS) Courses
- Open Enrollment English 110 Courses