Adult Collegiate Education (ACE) - Queens College
Contact: Richard Adams
Email Contact: ace/qc//edu
The Adult Collegiate Education (ACE) program provides highly motivated adults with an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree at a slightly accelerated pace. While the students in the program may be different from the typical 18-year-old college student in that some already have careers and families, their desire to earn a degree is the same. The ACE program helps these non-traditional students overcome the challenges of earning a bachelor’s degree by providing them with a balanced liberal studies program combined with strong advising services and other supports. ACE serves an important need in the Queens community as many enrolled students come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
*This information is also included in the Crossing the Bridge: A Map to Your College Success resource guide.
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