During Monday October 24 through Wednesday October 26, English majors, minors, Writing minors, and graduate students may preregister for up to three Spring ’23 courses, one Winter ’23 course, and two Summer ’23 courses during the week of preregistration. Instructions on how to preregister will be sent on Friday October 21.


  • Undergraduate advisement hours.  Starting October 17, Profs. Drury and Silyn Roberts will have extended advisement hours for English majors and minors and Writing minors needing help with preregistration. Appointments are required through QC Navigate.
  • MA students needing advisement should email or
  • MFA students needing advisement should email

Course Listings:

For a complete listing of English Department course offerings, please visit the CUNYfirst Schedule of Classes

If you have questions, contact our Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Sian Silyn Roberts.

UndergraduateMA and MSEdMFAAdvisement forms
If you have any questions about registering for the Spring, please email, and you will be put in touch with an advisor. If you are an English major or minor, and would like to make a Zoom advisement appointment, please visit QC Navigate to set up a time:

If you are a non-major and interested in taking one of our General Education courses (ENGL 151(W); 153(W), 157(W), 162(W), and 165W), please be advised that we cannot over-tally students into closed sections of these classes.

Please note that any General Education course with the designation "SK" is restricted to students in the SEEK program, and is not open to general enrollment. All English courses in the ENGL 170W-300 range are only open to students within the English major or minor. Writing minor students may take 200- and 300-level writing workshops.  Other departments are offering courses in the Spring that satisfy the College Option Literature Requirement, and we encourage you to check the course offerings on CUNYfirst in Comparative Literature, East Asian Studies, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, History, Italian, Middle Eastern Studies, Russian, or Spanish. For a full list of courses that satisfy all Pathways, College Option, and W requirements, please visit Queens College General Education.

MA and Accelerated MA students should contact either Prof. William Orchard ( or Prof. Hillary Miller ( directly.
MFA students should contact Prof. Nicole Cooley ( directly.