STATEMENT OF ACCREDITATION STATUS

QUEENS COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
65-30 Kissena Boulevard
Queens, NY 11367
Phone: (718) 997-5000; Fax: (718) 997-5793
qc.cuny.edu

Chief Executive Officer: Dr. Felix V. Matos Rodriguez, President
System: City University of New York Central Administration
Mr. James B. Milliken, J.D., Chancellor
205 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (646) 664-9100; Fax: (646) 664-3868
INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION
Enrollment (Headcount): 16326 Undergraduate; 3306 Graduate
Control: Public
Affiliation: Government-State Systems- City University of New York
2015 Carnegie Classification: Master's Colleges & Universities - Larger Programs
Approved Credential Levels: Bachelor's, Postbaccalaureate Award/Cert/Diploma, Master's, Post-Master's Award/Cert/Diploma;
Distance Education Programs: Not Approved
Accreditors Recognized by U.S. Secretary of Education: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics, American Psychological Association, Commission on Accreditation, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, New York State Board of Regents, and the Commissioner of Education
Instructional Locations
Branch Campuses: None
Additional Locations: Queens College Extension Center, New York, NY
Other Instructional Sites: None
ACCREDITATION INFORMATION
Status: Member since 1941
Last Reaffirmed: June 22, 2017

Most Recent Commission Action:
June 22, 2017: To reaffirm accreditation and to acknowledge the institution's participation in the Collaborative Implementation Project. To commend the institution for the quality of the self-study process and report. The next evaluation visit is scheduled for 2025-2026.

Brief History Since Last Comprehensive Evaluation:
November 15, 2012: To accept the Periodic Review Report and to reaffirm accreditation. To commend the institution for the quality of the Periodic Review Report. The next evaluation visit is scheduled for 2016 - 2017.

Next Self-Study Evaluation: 2025 - 2026

Date Printed: October 16, 2017

DEFINITIONS

Branch Campus - A branch campus is a domestic or international location of an institution that is geographically apart, independent of the primary/main campus. The branch campus is considered independent of the main campus if it is permanent in nature; offers courses in educational programs leading to a degree, certificate, or other recognized educational credential; has its own faculty and administrative or supervisory organization; and has its own budgetary and hiring authority. (34 CFR §600.2)

Additional Location - An additional location is a domestic or international location, other than a branch campus, that is geographically apart from the primary/main campus and at which the institution offers at least 50 percent of the requirements of an educational program. (34 CFR §602.22) ANYA ("Approved but Not Yet Active") indicates that the location is included within the scope of accreditation but has not yet begun to offer courses. This designation is removed after the Commission receives notification that courses have begun at this location. ANYC ("Approved but Not Yet Closed") indicates that the institution has requested that the location be officially closed through the substantive change process. The location is currently included within the scope of accreditation but the institution will be stopping all operations at this location in the near future. The institution should inform the Commission (via email at sc@msche.org) of the date that operations cease. This designation is removed after the Commission receives notification that courses have stopped at this location and the location is no longer listed on the SAS.

Other Instructional Sites - MSCHE defines an other instructional site as any off-campus site, other than those meeting the definition of a branch campus or an additional location, at which the institution offers one or more courses for credit. Sites designated as an other instructional site do not require substantive change approval. However, substantive change approval is required to reclassify an other instructional site to or from a branch campus or additional location.

Distance Education Programs - Fully Approved, Approved (one program approved) or Not Approved indicates whether or not the institution has been approved to offer diploma/certificate/degree programs via distance education (programs for which students could meet 50% or more of the requirements of the program by taking distance education courses). Per the Commission's Substantive Change policy, Commission approval of the first two Distance Education programs is required to be "Fully Approved." If only one program is approved by the Commission, the specific name of the program will be listed in parentheses after "Approved."

Commission actions are explained in the policy Accreditation Actions.