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Welcome New Fall 2024 Students!

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Got Questions? We Have Answers!

Welcome to Kingsborough and congratulations on registering for your Fall 2024 classes!

Wondering... Now What? Don't worry, we are here to guide you. From now until the first day of classes, (September 5th) you will have many opportunities to learn about campus resources, get connected to tools and technology, and set yourself up for success!

New Student Q & A!
Updated Sessions Coming Soon!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Click here to view a "Next Steps" graphic for new registered students

Learn how to setup your KCC email!

Check out the presentation below.
Please note: the main source of communication with the College (faculty and staff) will be through your KCC email.

Student Help Desk Presentation

Title IX: OEO-Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Management

Learn about KCC Values: respect and diversity; Policy on Equal Opportunity and 
Nondiscrimination; Title IX and Enough is Enough; What is Sexual Harassment; 
Affirmative Consent; and how to report incidents. 

This is a self-guided assignment and is mandatory for all new students!

Click here to view presentation

Next Steps:

Claim your KCC Email address for important information sent regularly:

Complete the mandatory SPARC Training:

Learn how to access Blackboard for online classes:

Contact Financial Aid for questions/concerns:

Contact Bursar if not receiving financial aid and want to learn about tuition payment options: (718) 368-5416

Contact your Advisement Academy if you still have questions or concerns about your fall 2024 registration:

Fall 2024 Academic Calendar for important dates and deadlines:

Explore Special Programs at KCC:

Other questions? Contact the Office of Student Affairs:

Need Support? Have more questions?

Other questions? Contact the Office of Student Affairs:

Kingsborough Community College – A Students Perspective