Where is the continuing education department located?
We are located across from Queens' main campus in Withers House, the white house on the corner of Selwyn and Wellesley Avenues. The physical office address is 2025 Selwyn Ave. Charlotte, NC 28274.
How should we find your continuing education courses?
There are several ways to view our offerings:
- View all current and non-current programs listed alphabetically by using our Alphabetical Program List.
- View all current and non-current programs in a certain category by using our Program Categories List.
- View all current curses by clicking on the Current Program List button.
- View Learning Society lectures by clicking on the Learning Society Lectures tab.
- Ask to be added to our Friends of Queens e-mail list and receive updates on future programming by emailing email@example.com.
Are programs always held on Queens' main campus?
No. While programs are usually held on the main campus, we offer classes at a few convenient locations around Charlotte. For example, large seminars and conferences take place at the Queens Sports Complex & Conference Center off Tyvola Road.
Do I have to be enrolled as a Queens student to participate in a continuing education program?
No. We pride ourselves in offering cultural and intellectual programming for the Charlotte community.
How do I register for a program?
You can easily enroll for a course on our website. You will be asked to set up an account, or log in if you have done so previously. You must have a valid e-mail address to enroll in our programs. Courses can be paid by credit card online. If you would like to pay by another method, please contact Pennie Cooke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-337-2251.
Will I receive more information after I register, before the program takes place?
Yes. We will send out class information by e-mail the week prior to the start date. You will receive information about the class location, parking instructions and any other important updates.
What is the program cancellation and refund policy?
In order to receive a refund, you must submit a withdrawal request in writing to your program coordinator at least 10 business days prior to the course's start date. No refunds or make up classes will be given after that time. There is a $50 processing fee. Please note, if you do not officially withdraw from a course or choose not attend your classes, you are still responsible for the payment. If the course is canceled for any reason by Queens, you will be notified and your full tuition fee will be refunded.
Are there any program discounts or specials?
Are continuing education programs eligible for tuition remission for Queens employees?
We are happy to provide a 10% discount to current Queens students, alumni, and Senior Scholars for most continuing education programs. (Queens alumni are graduates who obtained their degree from Queens University of Charlotte.) This discount does not apply to certain programs. E-mail email@example.com to learn more.
Most of the time, yes, but it depends on the program. Call one of our program coordinators or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
to ask about the program you are interested in.