Tuition & Financial Aid
Graduating Residency Fee: $300 each semester ($1,200 total)
University General Fee: $250 each semester
Tuition is subject to change each year.
Other non-tuition costs to keep in mind while budgeting include:
During our January residency, when undergraduates are in the dorms, the program is housed at three area hotels, where we have negotiated a discounted rate (around $100/night, plus tax). In May, the program is housed on campus (around $40/night). If you choose a university-affiliated housing method (approved hotel in January or campus housing in May) , the room and tax may be charged to your university bill, and is fully payable by financial aid.
The program provides an optional pre-paid meal solution which may be added to your university account and paid by financial aid.
Students are responsible for the cost of travel to and from Charlotte.
Each semester there are 15-20 books students are required to read in preparation for the seminars they attend during the residencies.
All full-time students may qualify for Federal Student Loans. You do not have to demonstrate "financial need" to secure a Federal Stafford Loan, but you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Federal Stafford Loan Program is governed by rules and regulations established by the US Department of Education and Congress. We suggest you complete the FAFSA at least two months prior to your enrollment to allow adequate processing time.For (FAFSA) forms and additional information on how to apply for financial aid please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at Queens University at 704-337-2225