Prepared for the Future
Queens alumna Raulston Boger '13 starts her career at Ford after a successful internship.
From Dude Ranch to Med School
Pioneering alumna Sarah Schoenhals '10 follows the path less traveled.
Kim Henderson EMBA '12 keeps the Charlotte Bobcats connected
From Queens to Cambridge
Although five decades separate them, Lindsay Collins '11 and Penny Moffett Robson '60 discover they have much in common.
The Gift of Wanderlust
How America the boring became America the beautiful to Rebekah Davis Ahrens, a Foreign Service Officer and Queens Alum.
Alumni & Family
Queens University of Charlotte currently boasts a vibrant and active community of more than15,000 living alumni from the College of Arts and Sciences, the McColl School of Business, the Wayland H. Cato, Jr. School of Education, the School of Communication, Hayworth College for Adult Studies and the Andrew Blair College of Health, which includes the Presbyterian School of Nursing.
Queens alumni live and work in 46 states in the US and 39 countries around the globe. The representative body for this diverse group is the Queens University of Charlotte Alumni Association. The association's Board of Directors - a dedicated group of 35 alumni from different decades, schools, and geographic areas - works hard to preserve and strengthen the mutual interests of our alumni and their university.
The McColl School of Business has its own Alumni Association with the mission of providing lifelong connections among alumni, professors and business and community leaders; offering access to career resources; and enhancing the profile of the McColl School of Business. The McColl School Alumni Association Board is made up of 19 alumni from the PMBA and EMBA programs.
Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award
This award seeks out and honors those teachers who uniquely inspire the potential of students. To nominate a faculty member please visit the Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award section.
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
For the first time in history, Queens now offers basketball season tickets
For the first time in history, Queens now offers season tickets for its men's and women's basketball season. Read More