What began as a small college for women in 1857 has evolved into a co-ed, comprehensive, master's-level university with a commitment to liberal arts and professional studies. Today, Queens University of Charlotte serves approximately 2,250 undergraduate and graduate students through its six accredited schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the McColl School of Business, the Blair College of Health (including the Presbyterian School of Nursing), the Cato School of Education, the Knight School of Communication and the Hayworth School of Graduate & Continuing Studies.
Queens is also home to five N.C. Professors of the Year, 18 NCAA Division II men's and women's sports teams, and exemplary international study and internship programs that have been ranked among the best in the country.
Queens Alerts Students of Sexual Misconduct Cases on Campus
More and more colleges are implementing new policies to address sexual assaults on campus, including Queens University in Charlotte. It's an issue in the national spotlight, and Queens is using new ways to alert students about the problem this year. Read More
Queens once again makes U.S. News & World Report's Top 25 List
Queens ranked #22 Read More
MSN Program Named Among Top Southern Colleges in Graduate Healthcare Management
Healthcare Management Degree Guide has named Queens University of Charlotte among the top southern colleges for a graduate degree in healthcare management. Read More
The Center for Latino Studies welcomes Federico Ríos, program director of Communities In SchoolsCharlotte-Mecklenburg (CIS), a dropout prevention organization that partners with Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools to address the social and emotional needs of the wave of new students coming from Central America. View Event