Type qualifiers offer a lightweight mechanism for enriching existing type systems to enforce additional, desirable, program invariants. They do so by offering a restricted but effective form of subtyping. While the theory of type qualifiers is well understood and present in many programming languages today, polymorphism over type qualifiers is an area that is less examined. We explore how such a polymorphic system could arise by constructing a calculus System F<:Q which combines the higher-rank bounded polymorphism of System F<: with the theory of type qualifiers. We explore how the ideas used to System F<:Q can be reused in situations where type qualifiers naturally arise—in reference immutability, function colouring, and capture checking. Finally, we re-examine other qualifier systems in the literature in light of the observations presented while developing System F<:Q