- Class: Sophomore
- Major: Neuroscience
- Gender: M
- High School: Bnei Akiva
- Transfer Student: N
Queens College has a beautiful campus, and is very considerate of religious holidays. The only thing I would change is the parking situation because it is horrid as of now, we need more spots. The campus size is just right. I'm in the Rosenthal library for most of the time (again, science is hard). When I tell people that I am in Queens College they seem to be somewhat impressed because it is known for having the best City education available. Administration is wonderful, but the admission office is totally incompetent. I have school pride and I think my peers do too. The most frequent complaints are that some teachers are unreasonable, but that's in every college.
Yes they know my name. My favorite class is physics and my least is anthropology. Students in the sciences study alot, but in the liberal arts not so much. Some students have intellectual conversations out of class but others don't, clearly. Students are competitive within sciences I find, nothing else. I don't spend time with my professors I have nothing to ask. Education here is geared towards getting a job.
Very good experiences. This is the most diverse college so no one would feel out of place unless they are failing all their classes because the level is too high for them. Most students dress casually. All different religions and races interact but for the most part people always stick to their own. Most students here are originally Americans living in Queens, it is their parents that originate from other countries...in general of course. They are politically aware. Alot ponder about what they will do to earn money one day.
The Best Things
Academics and location.
The Worst Things
Parking situation and admissions office.