Academics & Schools
Queens University of Charlotte is a private, student-centered, comprehensive university with a diverse coeducational student body of more than 2,600 served by the College of Arts and Sciences, the McColl School of Business, Wayland H. Cato, Jr. School of Education, School of Communication, Hayworth School of Graduate & Continuing Studies, and Andrew Blair College of Health which features the Presbyterian School of Nursing. Queens also began offering a selection of online programs in 2013.
Across all programs, Queens emphasizes active and collaborative learning, meaningful student-teacher relationships made possible through a 10:1 student-teacher ratio, a creative synthesis of the liberal arts with the world of work, and the value of lifelong learning.
Professor Jonas Discusses Healthcare on WFAE
At the Uptown Care Ring clinic, Jonas and his colleagues provide medical services to over three-thousand people annually, mostly people with multiple chronics diseases who are without access to healthcare or are underinsured. Read More
U.S. News & World Report Praises Queens Online Programs
U.S. News & World Report Praises Queens Online Programs Read More
Faculty, Alumna Recognized by CharlotteFive for Blogs
Dr. Suzanne Watts Henderson, associate professor of religion, Dr. Norris Frederick, professor of philosophy and Kris Seek '97 were acknowledged for their blogging prowess. Read More
Queens Collegiate 100 Acknowledged As Best Chapter in U.S.
Mentoring and Community Volunteerism Set Queens' Collegiate 100 Group Above Others Read More
The Department of World Languages and the Center for Latino Studies present "Ixcanul" (translates roughly to "volcano" in the Mayan dialect of Kaqchikel). The plot underlines the conflict between a mother who wants to marry her daughter to a man she does not like. The young woman would prefer to run away with a boy she likes, and both of them would like to immigrate to the United States eventually. The film evidences the young woman's confrontation with the modern world-a plot point that is based on the real-life, ongoing exploitation of indigenous people in Guatemala. View Event
The Arts at Queens invites you to listen to Enrique Graf's piano concert. Graf has been described as "a master" (The Washington Post), "one of the best interpreters of his generation" (El Pais) and one who plays with "fiery virtuosity" (The New York Times). View Event