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Get all of your passport needs taken care of with no appointment necessary at Queensborough Community College.

Whether you’re a first-time applicant or renewing your passport, Queensborough Community College provides fast, efficient Passport Processing Services to students, faculty, staff and members of the surrounding community.

“This is a unique resource for the College and the community,” said Christine Francavilla, Enrollment Bursar Director, who noted that last year some 3,000 passport applications were processed.

Queensborough is the only college within The City University of New York to offer such full-scale passport processing services. Highly qualified, certified staff members in the Bursar’s Office review passport applications, determine if photos meet strict Department of State guidelines, and send completed applications to passport processing centers by Priority Mail.

Unlike the post office and other locations which require appointments, Queensborough offers walk-in service.

“This flexibility is so important for families as well as students, and a great convenience during the holidays, the busiest time of year.”

For more information, visit qcc.cuny.edu.

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