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Queens College Makerspace in the Library

The QC Makerspace, a place to tinker, make, craft, design, & learn, is now up and running in Room 101 of the Rosenthal Library!

Inspired by “the maker movement” the Makerspace aims to provide a place to learn new skills as well as a forum for sharing and exchanging ideas with others.

The space currently provides support for:

  • 3D-printing
  • 3D-scanning
  • sewing & digital embroidery
  • soldering
  • communal workspace
  • Arduino & Raspberry Pi (Linux)

and will eventually offer:

  • laser etching & engraving
  • CNC digital fabrication
  • hand tools & hardware
  • Internet of Things
  • basic electronics
  • bioprinting
  • robotics
  • & more!

For operating hours please consult the Makerspace Calendar, and see the Safety Guide for important guidelines and general policy information.


CUNY Wall Street Journal Subscription

The Wall Street Journal Digital Edition is now available to all CUNY members with a valid CUNY email address.

Professors and staff retain WSJ access for one year after activating. You will be asked to re-activate in one year. Students creating accounts are required to input graduation date and year. This becomes the account expiration date. Students who graduate later than expected and lose access, can always re-activate accounts. If you already have an account, call 1-800-568-7625) to switch from paid account to a Queens College account and receive a balance refund.


Pilot Food Policy

Pilot Food Policy

Spring 2018

The Queens College Library will be implementing a pilot program on food policy in the Spring 2018 semester. Please note the Food & Drink Policy below:

  • Covered beverages in containers and small snacks are permitted.
  • Food that is messy, noisy, or aromatic (e.g. potato chips, pizza, sandwiches) is not permitted.
  • Please clean up and dispose of all food waste, beverage containers, wrappers, etc., in a designated waste bin when you leave. Please report accidental spills to the Circulation Desk as soon as possible so that they can be addressed quickly.
Contact the Circulation Desk for more information.

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