High School Counselors & Advisors
As you serve your students during their transition to college, we want you to discover the uniqueness of Queens. With this information, we want to enable you to assess which of your students would be a good fit for Queens and really make a difference in the classroom, on our campus, in our community here in Charlotte and in this world as they travel the globe.
2016 High School Counselor Newsletter
At Queens, we have an early action deadline after which we begin releasing decisions. After the early action deadline has passed, we use a rolling admission decision and notification process. In addition to a completed application, students must also have official transcripts sent to the University. It is important to note that some scholarships require receipt of an admission application, usually by early December (deadlines vary).
Our admission philosophy is pretty straight forward - we look at the entire student because we educate the entire student. There are no stated cut-offs for GPA or test scores. We strongly consider extracurricular activities with a focus on leadership, volunteerism and service.
Students who do not have an academic and/or extracurricular record consistent with Queens University of Charlotte students may be required to submit additional information including (but not limited to): an essay, letter(s) of recommendation, resume, samples of scholarly work and an interview.
Applications are available online. Paper applications ($40 fee) are available upon request.
*Applications require official transcripts and ACT and/or SAT scores be sent to Queens. For decision purposes, the admissions office will accept transcripts faxed to our office from guidance counselors while we await the official transcript.
Class Profile (Fall 2015)
SAT Scores (middle 50%): 940 - 1150
ACT Scores (middle 50%): 21 - 26
Average Weighted H.S. GPA: 3.71
26 states and 13 countries
Traditional Undergraduate Admissions
Queens University of Charlotte
1900 Selwyn Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28274