Queens College Student Survival Survey
We, a group of dedicated, faculty, staff, and students, want to ensure that we are supporting EVERY Queens College Student, especially those most vulnerable to discriminatory harm during this time. We are using this survey to know where to offer support to students of queens college during the covid epidemic and other oppressive violences, like police brutality, homelesnness, anti-asian hate crimes, and beyond. Students must include both a queens college email and phone number to complete this survey so we can follow up with resources if you need them. This info is confidential. Please read all the questions and complete as honestly as possible so we can ensure you're getting the support needed. Please lookout for a follow-up email entitled: PLEASE RESPOND QC COVID SURVEY. Responses will come approximately up to 48 hours after completion.
Name (if you feel comfortable)
Who *specifically* connected you to the survey? (if not a mass email)
What are two REALISTIC things you do to help you manage your stress/anxiety that really helps you? (Find things that support you by engaging with your five senses not just visual, but smell, taste, touch, and hearing, and PEOPLE that feel calming).
What is your biggest need to help you better deal with this moment?
If you are a black identified student, what things do you need right now that would show your life matters at QC? (click all that apply)
Black Centered Healing and Reflection Space on Police Brutality
Mentorship by Black faculty and staff
Student and Staff Orientation on Anti blackness and how to work on implicit bias/racism
Stronger and easier to use complaint system to lodge complaints against antiblack racism
More classes that center Blackness taught by Black professors
More Black academic advisors and faculty
More intellectual events that discuss Black identity
If you are a student from a historically underrepresented group at QC what things do you need right now that would show your life matters at QC? (click all that apply)
Additional advising support for students with disabilities
Support finding employment for low income students
Additional advising and financial support for immigrant students
Student and Staff Orientation on ableism, homophobia/transphobia and xenophobia
More support spaces for Asian-American students dealing with Anti-Asian Violence
Stronger and easier to use complaint system to lodge complaints against unjust behavior
More intellectual events that discuss Muslim Identity
More intellectual events that discuss LGBTQI identity
More intellectual events that discuss POC Identity
More faculty that reflect your identity
More intellectual events on Jewish Identity
Additional support and advising for international students
More financial support for students who are immigrants
Are you immunocompromised? (meaning you have an immune system that is different from other people due to for example, asthma, heart disease, hiv, cancer, pregnancy, or recent surgery.)
Do you have housing?
Are you physically safe in your home? (people don't do things to your physical body without your consent (permission)
Are you emotionally safe in your home? (There is no attempt to control you through the manipulation of your self-esteem, sense of personal security, relationships with others, and/or your perception of reality)
Do you have income even if you aren’t working at the moment to cover your living expenses including additional coronavirus planning expenses?
What types of things do you need funding for at this moment? (Check all that apply)
Vital Bills (Gas, Water, Electricity, Internet)
Transportation to food due to immunocompromising illness
Mental Health Support
What additional financial support would you need that isn't listed above?
How much would you need per month to cover the lack of money brought on by the coronavirus?
Many resources we are connected to are demographic specific. Please check ALL identities that apply so we may connect you financial resources to help you during this time. (if you feel comfortable)
Someone living with a physical disability
Someone who is Immunocompromised
Someone with a mental health disability
Someone who has contracted COVID and has it presently
Someone who is living with someone who has contracted COVID presently
Low income (below 68,720 for a family of 4)
Student who is 30 and over
Many resources we are connected to are demographic specific. Please check ALL identities that apply for 2020. (if you feel comfortable)
Former Restaurant/Bar or Cafe Worker
Former Domestic Aid Worker (janitor, cleaning)
Former office worker
Former freelance worker
Do you have safe access to healthcare if you were to get Coronavirus?
Are you enrolled in QC and able to register for classes?
TWO PART QUESTION: How are your communications with your professors? What additional support do you need?
What additional resources would you need to support you that aren't listed?
Time Management and Organization Support
Mental Health and Anxiety Support
Quiet work spaces
Social Support and Access to Connections
Tools to Engage COVID related discrimination/hate
Resume Editing and Job Support
What's your queens' college email?
What is your phone number so we can offer an additional text or phone support?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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