Queens College was founded in 1937. Often referred to as - the jewel of the CUNY system, Queens College is a place of contrasts: An urban school in a suburban setting, where a large and diverse student body receives personalized attention. This formula has made us one of New York's premier educational institutions. Our liberal arts, science, and pre professional programs earn us high rankings in prestigious college guides such as The Princeton Review America's Best Value Colleges, and our graduates have won prominence in nearly every field.
Queens College occupies a beautiful 77-acre, tree lined campus in Flushing, which is located in Queens, the easternmost borough of New York City. The College is only 20 minutes from the limitless cult.
Available Tuition Payment Plans
You will pay in-state/in province tuition/fees directly to your host campus.
You will pay your normal tuition/fees to your home campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.
EVEN - Host campus accepts no more students than it sends out.
Placement availabilities may change at any time. Please reference the school's profile page on NSE.org for updated information.
Plan A Tuition/Fees
These prices are estimates and are subject to change. Please reference the host university site for accurate details.
Programs of Study Open to NSE Students
For an accurate list of programs of study open to NSE students, please reference the list of "Undergraduate Majors Open to NSE Students" on the NSE School Profile for Queens College, CUNY.
This list is maintained by the host NSE coordinator and is kept up-to-date. All classes taken while on an NSE exchange will transfer back as LSU credit. The LSU NSE coordinator will work with you to determine course equivalencies.
For a full list of special conditions, please visit www.NSE.org and search the NSE section of the APA website.
GPA and Other Academic Requirements
Incoming exchange students must have completed 30 semester hours (no remedial work) at the conclusion of the term immediately prior to exchange. Students must be skills proficient as demonstrated by completion of a college-level mathematics course and a college-level English composition course each with a grade of C or higher. As an alternative to the courses, skills can be demonstrated with ACT scores of 21 Math/20 English or SAT scores of 510 Math/480 Creative Writing.
Full-year exchange Accepted
Single term exchange Accepted
Mid-Year Exchange (Exchange that begins with the Spring/Winter Term)