The Fund for Queens College is a vital source of unrestricted funds that helps the college attract the best and brightest students through scholarships, expand academic offerings, recruit and support accomplished faculty, and make necessary technological and capital advancements.


A well sustained fund helps lessen QC’s dependence on tuition, while keeping education affordable. The success of The Fund depends on the generosity of alumni, friends and parents who want to ensure that generations of students receive an education that allows them to become leaders in their fields.


For more information about The Fund for Queens College please contact Laura Abrams at


Your annual gift will make an impact. There is a growing gap between what it actually costs Queens College to educate a student each year, and the funds provided by tuition, fees, and state allocations.  QCF_FundforQC-piechart



  • Write a check payable to: The Queens College Foundation, Inc., and mail it to:

     Queens College Foundation
     65-30 Kissena Boulevard 
     Kiely Hall,  9th Floor
     Flushing, New York 11367

  • Make a gift over the phone by calling our office at 718-997-3920
  • To make a secure, one-time online donation using your credit card or debit card click here
  • Donations can be made on a one-time basis or monthly
  • The matching gift benefit that many companies offer employees (current and past) means so much to the Fund for Queens College. Double or triple the impact of your gift at no additional cost to you. Each year, matching gifts provide additional support for the College when alumni and friends like you remember to include the matching gift form with their donation. Please use our tax ID, 11-6080521.

Please note that our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.





Contact Us 

Queens College Foundation


65-30 Kissena Boulevard 


Kiely Hall, 9th Floor


Queens, New York 11367








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