Defying the Odds
As a member of the U.S. Deaf Soccer Team, Royals soccer player Heather Kennedy learned her deafness is a not a disability, but rather an advantage.
Heartbeat of Campus Life Unveiled!
The Levine Center for Wellness and Recreation opens to hundreds of eager students, faculty and staff.
Extending Their Family
Greeks at Queens enjoy deep friendships while serving others and developing as leaders.
Roaring into Freshman Year
Queens' first-ever summer orientation welcomes nearly 200 incoming students and their parents to campus.
Where we learn
Queens students discuss some of their favorite spots to study on campus and around the world.
Life on Campus
Welcome to Life on Campus at Queens. Within these pages you'll find information about all that Queens offers outside the classroom. Our Student Activities team brings the fun, including Greek life and intramurals and events such as Casino Night and the legendary Boar's Head Banquet. Residence Life and Multicultural Affairs offer enriching programming to strengthen bonds within our campus community. Through our Health and Wellness Center and Campus Police Department we help you stay healthy and safe. From feeding your soul in the Chapel to warming your belly in the Coffee House, our dining options are better than ever.
Katrina Schweitzer '14 embarks on a career helping New Orleans families repair their homes
Katrina Schweitzer '14 embarks on a career helping New Orleans families repair their homes Read More
Queens' biology and environmental science department to develop eagle migration curriculum
Queens' biology and environmental science department to develop eagle migration curriculum Read More
Charlotte magazine features Queens' stylish president, Dr. Pamela Davies
Charlotte magazine features Queens' stylish president, Dr. Pamela Davies Read More
Join your ELC colleagues and friends for a private tour and tasting at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery View Event
From Ellis Island to the Queens City: Hispanic Immigration Geography and Charlotte in the 21st Century presented by Dr. Owen J. Furuseth, UNC-Charlotte
Over the past two decades, Charlotte, NC has been experiencing a fundamental demographic restructuring. Traditional economic and social constructs, built around African-American and White populations, have been challenged by a new stream of Hispanic immigrants. View Event
Join us to learn about the various Bachelor of Science in Nursing options at Queens. View Event