As we prepare for the College's 50th Anniversary, please share what Queensborough has meant to you...

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mbani kabory, philomene irisI enjoyed attending QCC from spring 2013-spring 2015. My mentor was Dr King from the Mathematics department who makes me believe that i was able to succeed in that field. After leaving QCC with a great GPA, i got accepted at Georgia State University with a scholarship (for 4 years). As i am writing right now i will be graduating at the end of this year (fall 2017). Thanx to QCC, and the great professors that i met there. I miss the Deans list ceremony and the honor convocation lol
Javier, ToroI graduated in 1979. OI'm presently working in the Long Island Rail Road as a Senior Project Manager. I have managed project of up to 200M and presently managing two projects one for 300M and
Angelica Harcharan, AngelicaI really enjoyed QCC, I'm proud of my accomplishments through all the opportunities provided to me during my time here, If it wasn't for QCC I wouldn't be where I am today, QCC has completely prepared me for the 4 year institute.
MELILLO, ANTHONYTHE BEST MEMORY WAS MY BEST PROFESSOR, SHELDON SUMMERSTEIN. HE WAS A GOOD ADVISOR TO ME AND A GREAT HELP. I HAD HIM FOR THREE COURSES.
Sheldon L. Wade, SheldonQCC has always and will forever be in my heart. It was the beginning of beautiful educational experience. My life was QCC and I owe so much of my adulthood to lessons I learned there. I met wonderful teachers, made lifetime of friends and a lot of dreams came true. I met my wife Marie of over 16 years at the graduations ceremony. we now have six beautiful children and more on the way. We graduated together and have very successful careers. My wife is a teacher and I in forensic psychiatry with the state. I was a soccer player with QCC and won championships with the team as coach and a player. I coached soccer for ten years with QCC. I love QCC and we still love in live in the area. I still attend soccer games and the basketball games. I visit the shows and the events at times. Today my children play soccer and sometimes run on the field that I played on. My high education started at QCC and it still brings me back.
Sheldon L. Wade, SheldonQCC has always and will forever be in my heart. It was the beginning of beautiful educational experience. My life was QCC and I owe so much of my adulthood to lessons I learned there. I met wonderful teachers, made lifetime of friends and a lot of dreams came true. I met my wife of over 16 years at the graduations ceremony. we now have six beautiful children and more on the way. We graduated together and have very successful careers. My is a teacher and I in forensic psychiatry with the state. I was a soccer player with QCC and won championships with the team as coach and a player. I coached soccer for ten years with QCC. I love QCC and we still love in live in the area. I still attend soccer games and the basketball games. I visit the shows and the events at times. Today my children play soccer and sometimes run on the field that I played on. My high education started at QCC and it still brings me back.
ferto, michaelTeaches and campus nice. My sister roseann making troubleshooting
Mora, Edilma IvonneI remember to Carol (financial ID) help me with my work study
Getz, ArnieGreetings to my electrical mates from SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. Been in Sydney for the last 42 years after sometime in SE Asia(NAM). Still using my electronics prospecting for gold in the outback. QCC gave me the right Spark in Electronics. Cheers to the ET of 63.
, DinishaI started at QCC in the Fall 2010 as a full-time student. I am transferring to Hunter College in the Fall 2013 to continue in my Health Science major. Attending Queensborough have been a great pleasure. As a community college , it offer a lot of programs. The professors are really nice, not all but some. My advice for anyone is that you should start off at a community college and then transfer to a four year or the college of your dream. Queensborough Community College is a great place to get an education.
Stevens, CarolI started at QCC in 1973 taking a class at a time after work. I transfered to NYU and then to Hunter College as a full-time undergraduate. I am now a seasoned higher education professional with a doctor of educational leadership. Queensboro gave me my start and now now help students at Germanna Community College in Virginia.
MELILLO, ANTHONYWHEN I FIRST SHARED MEMORIES, I SAID I STARTED INN 9/65. I MADE A MISTAKE. IT WAS 9/63. I REMEMBER THE FIRST PROFESSOR WAS PROFESSOR SHELDON SOMMERSTEIN. (A VERY HELPFUL PERSON TO ME.
melillo, anthonyI began at QCC in 9/65. After QCC, I transferred to Pace Universaity where I received by BBA in Business Education. It was a great school. I gave me a beginning in education.
melillo, anthonyI remember using the top floor Boulding. We then took courses in two Jewish Centers that were rented by the college. I was there in 1963 when President Kennedy was shot. I someone remembers me, please send me an email.
Jagroop, Deaan QCC helped me to acheive my dream , i still cant beleive im a nurse now , doing what i always dreamt of doing . I could not have done it without the support and mentoring my amazing professors .My family and study buddies
Alfano, luciaI remember all of the wonderful professors in the Nursing Program and how they gave me unconditional support and encouragement. My years at QCC were some of the best years of my life. I remember carrying so many bags with me, running to the bus stop in high heels and staying late at the library. Loved it.
Ghaney, AnneQCC gave me a great start on my education in a friendly, community setting. I enjoyed my time there and continued my education at Hunter College. The Nursing program was excellent in preparing us for our careers.
Pitter, CharmaineThe stress of Nursing was a lot but it was worth it all the way. My God is good I am a happy person.
Croes, Carlos VI had a great time with so many nice people... the best teachers that any student could hope for.
Henry-Antonelli, ElaineMy favorite memory of QCC was the pinning ceremony. We had finally made it. We were nurses and so proud. Thank you for the opportunity to become the first in my family to graduate from college . My professors were great, I expecially loved Mr Winkler from A&P. I have continued my education but feel the QCC has the best nursing program .
Beninati, RobertQCC taught me electronics which gave me an excellent career but the memories are what makes me smile 40 years later . Good friends,portable classrooms,the hill where we played football and of course the social impact of being in college during the war years.I treasure those days and always will .
Spagnola, SalI remember having classes in school buses in the parking lot and in rooms at 2 Jewish Centers. I also remember when 56th Avenue was a vacant, hilly lot and when Springfield Boulevard was a dirt road.
Spagnola, SalI remember attending classes on buses in the parking lot or in one of two Jewish Centers.The new "thing" on campus were clssroom portables. I remember when 56th Avenue was a vacant, hilly lot and when Springfield Boulevard was a dirt road.
Barcia, MatthewI enjoyed attending Q.C.C. My most memorable times were participating in the school newspaper and year book. I served as a photographer for the paper, and photographed so many well known talents. As I look back, it is hard to beleive that it has been almost 30 years ago that I graduated. I guess I'm getting old.
Feld, CaryI think of QCC and Kurt Schmeller, Dean Slade, Dean Birney, the clock on the hill by the library, hanging out on the hill, campus concerts like Melanie,Livingston Taylor + Seals and Croft.It was a great place to go to school and meet friends.
  
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