More than a Credential
Adult student is eager to get diploma after 14-year hiatus.
A Voice for Veterans
Alum Steve Gonzalez '09 makes a name for himself representing America's service men and women at the American Legion.
Realizing a dream
New Hayworth graduate Jessica Borgnis returned to college 10 years after she originally started and found a new passion.
Breaking from the past
Amy Doughten says Queens' Hayworth College for Adult Studies allowed her to embark on a new life. Now she's a Fulbright finalist.
Home away from home
Adult students use the Withers House as their home base on the Queens campus.
Hayworth School of Graduate & Continuing Studies
Are you ready for that next step?
Hayworth School at Queens University of Charlotte is the right choice for starting, finishing or re-energizing your college studies.
If you're an adult wanting to start or finish your bachelor's degree, or obtain a second degree, it's doable at Queens. For the past 60 years, we have helped adult learners balance college with full-time careers and families. We offer flexible and convenient class schedules, taught by experienced faculty members and priced to fit within budgets that often include a mortgage, childcare costs and household expenses. Learn more.
On Giving Tuesday, Queens students bond with the homeless community
On Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving to kick off the holiday season, a group of 16 Queens students support RunningWorks. Read More
Professor Suzanne Henderson aims to help Christians reclaim the earliest roots of their faith
Professor Suzanne Henderson aims to help Christians reclaim the earliest roots of their faith Read More
Students at Queens show off their fashion sense for the Charlotte Observer
Just before Thanksgiving, Queens alumna and social editor for the Charlotte Observer, Olivia Fortson, made a surprise visit to campus for her "Street Scene" section in the paper. Read More