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The information that follows is designed to give students quick answers to most-frequently asked questions about Queens College policies. Students should always speak with an academic advisor to discuss full consequences of all policies and procedures described.
The policies and practices described below are subject to changes by the University, the Academic Senate, and the College. The College bulletin, as well as University, Senate and College revisions and updates, will remain authoritative sources and will take precedence. For further information, please consult the Queens College Undergraduate Bulletin, The Academic Advising Center (Kiely 217), Counseling and Resource Center (Frese Hall, 1st Floor), SEEK Counseling(Delany 231), or Undergraduate Scholastic Standards Committee (Jefferson 201).
- Credit Load
- Grades & Grade Point Average
- Retention, Probation and Dismissal
- Discontinuing attendance in courses
- Courses on Permit at Other Institutions