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Degree Seeking

To be considered for admission as a degree-seeking candidate, prospective students must submit the following:

  • evidence of a high school diploma or the equivalent
  • a written statement describing your reasons for attending Queens University of Charlotte
  • two official academic transcripts from all colleges previously attended
  • a completed application form

Second Degree

Students who are applying for a second baccalaureate degree must meet all of the admission requirements as students applying for a first baccalaureate degree.

The residency requirement will be reduced from 45 to 30 hours for students who already hold an undergraduate baccalaureate degree from Queens University of Charlotte or another accredited institution and are seeking a second degree. These 30 hours must be over and above hours earned for the first degree.

Non-Degree

A non-degree student is admitted to Queens University of Charlotte without the expectation of earning a degree.

Non-degree students who have never earned a bachelor's degree may enroll for a cumulative total of no more that 15 credit hours, after which they must apply for regular admission as a degree candidate or receive special permission to continue enrollment at Queens University of Charlotte. Nondegree students must comply with all university regulations, and must maintain a "C" average to continue enrollment.

To apply as a non-degree student, the following materials are required:

  • evidence of a high school diploma or the equivalent, or proof of the most recently awarded degree
  • a completed application form

Visiting Students

Transient students are degree candidates at another college or university taking courses at Queens University of Charlotte by special arrangement, with the intention of transferring those courses back to their home school. Transient students must comply with all university regulations and must maintain a "C" average to continue enrollment.

To apply as a transient student, the following materials are required:

  • a letter from the Registrar of the student's home institution, verifying that the student is in good standing and has permission to take courses at Queens University of Charlotte
  • a completed application form

Readmission After an Absence

A student who has previously been admitted to Queens University of Charlotte but who has withdrawn or been administratively withdrawn in good standing and wishes to return may apply for readmission to the university.

To apply for readmission, the following materials are required:

  • a completed application form
  • two official transcripts from each college or university attended since leaving Queens University of Charlotte
  • other materials not received or retained from previous admission records

Students who are readmitted to the university are bound to the requirements of the catalog in effect during the term in which they matriculate. Students who were not in good standing at the time of their withdrawal from the university must apply for readmission to the Student Qualifications Committee.

International

The Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies at Queens welcomes international students. All transcripts must be translated into English and authenticated by an official at the school issuing the transcript. Any student for whom English is not the first language must satisfactorily complete the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 550 or higher on the written test or 213 or higher on the computer-based test. Official scores must be submitted to the Admissions Office prior to admission. A payment of $1000.00 to be used toward tuition for the first term must be received before an I-20, which enables a student to obtain a student visa, will be issued.

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