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Queens, New York

Not only is Queens the most diverse borough in New York City, but it's the "most diverse urban place on the planet," according to Guinness World Records. Thanks to this cultural, ethnic and religious diversity, international students feel at home in Queens.

Queens College has more than 100 student clubs and organizations including the Model UN Team to the Science Fiction and Animation Club. Our community also includes numerous cultural, ethnic and religious clubs, along with Greek life.

Located in the heart of the New York City borough of Queens, Queens College of The City University of New York is an urban college with a beautiful 80-acre campus. With New York City as our setting, the opportunities it provides are, like the city itself, challenging, stimulating and uplifting.

Queens College is approximately 16 kilometres from Manhattan and its dazzling array of shops, nightlife and dining spots.

You can explore the world without leaving the campus as our students represent 145 countries and speak 87 languages. This makes the College an exciting place to be, where a wealth of cultures and perspectives come together in an environment of respect and commitment to learning.

A Truly Global Campus Community

Queens College prides itself on its diverse student body. Approximately 35% of Queens College students were born in another country, so you'll gain a truly global perspective both inside and outside of the classroom.

The Queens College environment is very welcoming and encourages students to express their religious, cultural and national identity. Halal, kosher, vegan and vegetarian food options are available on campus, and there are many campus events and activities that celebrate and honour the diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds of QC's student body.

Queens, New York

Queens College, CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Queens,NY 11367-1597,United States of America