With more than 40 clubs and organizations ranging from arts & culture, Greek Life, recreational activities, media, academics, and community service, there is something for everyone outside of the classroom! Students are encouraged to get involved on campus to make the most of the Queens experience. If by chance a student does not find a club and organization of interest, Student Activities will welcome the upstart of new group!
Select from the categories below:
Academic | The Arts & Cultural | Campus | Media | Recreational | Service | Special Interest | Spiritual | Honor Societies & Recognitions | Greek Organizations
American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) promotes the advancement of science through research, education by fostering relationships in all sciences, arts, industries, and with the general public.
Chinese Club works to expand appreciation of the culture and language of the Chinese community to the Queens University of Charlotte community.
McColl Undergraduate Business Organization is a student organization for those interested in pursuing business degrees.
Music Therapy Club strives to deliver an increased awareness to the school and community with career opportunities in the field of music therapy. Music therapy activities provide hands on experience outside of the classroom.
Pre-Health Student Association (PHSA), the certified chapter of the American Medical Student Association, provides members with current information regarding the health sciences trends and topics. Valuable guidance and support is provided throughout members’ application and decision process to pursue professional health school. Members combine efforts to give back to the community through community oriented service projects.
Psychology Club introduces and explores the many facets of the psychology
Sports Marketing Association promotes and coordinates events to support and promote our Royals’ sporting events. They motivate school spirit, engage students prior to and during the games, and drive students’ awareness about Queens’ sporting events.
US Green Building Council Student Group fosters study, research, and understanding of environmentally sustainable building and operation of buildings.
QuCANS promotes growth and development of the professional nursing student through community projects, fundraising, and health related programs.
The Arts & Cultural
Art Club joins students from all artistic disciplines so that they can communicate ideas, interests, passions and dreams to promote an appreciation for the various artistic expressions. Art Club reaches out to the local schools and community to educate through sharing artistic efforts.
Dance Club welcomes dancers of all levels as they join to develop a repertoire of dance to include: tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, and modern. Members coordinate benefit dance recitals in honor of a local charity. In addition, Dance Club performs at Queens’ notable Boar’s Head Banquet.
Gospel Choir promotes interest in gospel music and ministers through song to other college and university students and the general public.
Interior Design Club meetings increase education and communication for the interior design students of Queens.
International Club strives to introduce Queens’ students to foreign culture and serves as a resource for current international students. Members are provided with opportunities to broaden their worldly experience and plan and engage in projects of international character.
Latin American Student Organization (LASO) seeks to promote diversity through different cultural and educational programs and becomes advocates for education.
Martial Arts Club explores and practices the various martial arts disciplines in a social atmosphere.
MASK: Motivating African American Students through Kinship motivates African American students in order to increase the longevity of their enrollment at Queens.
Campus Judicial Board investigates and acts upon any violation of Student Life Policies according to the Queens Honor Code.
Campus Union Board (C.U.B.) enriches the collegiate experiences of students by planning, promoting and implementing activities that provide social entertainment and diversity, as well as educational and physical awareness.
Honor Council investigates and acts upon any alleged academic violation of the Queens Honor Code.
Rowdy Royals rally the student body to support all athletic programs, games and events while showing school spirit and Royals’ pride.
Student Athlete Advisory Committee helps facilitate connections between students and academics while creating and upholding student athlete regulations.
Student Government Association (SGA) elected members act on behalf of the students of Queens as an institutional legislative body.
Queens Chronicle, the student driven newspaper for Queens’ campus, delivers campus news, events and activity information, praises, debates, and happenings of interest.
Signet Literary Magazine promotes literary accomplishments and artistic works of the Queens’ community. Artistic genres are displayed in the form of poetry, prose, art, and photography.
Baking Club provides students with opportunities to bake to sweeten other people's lives and to enhance the community through culinary arts.
Equestrian Club engages in horseback riding to develop or further existing skills in horsemanship for pleasure and competition.
The Great Balancing Act Club provides students the opportunity to enhance internal balance through core strengthening activities and to expose students to all that the outdoors has to offer.
Queens Board Game Society provides recreation, mental fun and stimulating interaction of board games.
Quidditch Club promotes the exciting and wizarding game of Quidditch. Teams mounted on broomsticks compete for points by throwing a ball, called the Quaffle, through hoops on the grassy pitch of the Quad.
Build 4 Cause continues to help the communities of the Gulf Coast rebuild homes that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. If other disasters arise, assistance will be delivered in funding and by the helping of hands.
Circle K Club promotes service, leadership and fellowship among students at Queens as they serve children of the Charlotte community.
Guatemala Mission Trip is a threefold mission that focuses on learning more about oneself, the people of Guatemala, and God.
Habitat for Humanity joins to build decent, affordable housing for families in need.
Homeless Advocacy Club increases awareness of the homeless population in our community. Members work together as they strive to make a connection with members of the homeless community. In a combined effort with the Urban Ministry Center and Room in the Inn, Queens’ students prepare the Sigma house to welcome the homeless with a hot meal, clean bed, and a night of community.
Human Services Club serves those who need to be served using the values of creativeness and compassion.
Relay for Life is an organization committed to having Queens students participate in the fight against cancer through participation in the relay for life programs.
Rotaract Club provides professional and leadership skills, emphasizes respect for the rights of others, and provides opportunities to serve the community and promote international understanding.
Sedgefield Garden Club provides an after school program for the children of Sedgefield Elementary school (crafts and games), maintains care of the garden beds (harvesting, watering, planting), and establishes a mentoring relationship with Sedgefield Garden Club members.
College Democrats promote the principles of the Democratic Party by recruiting students to become register members of the Democrat Party. They aid in the election of Democratic candidates at all levels of government.
College Republicans promote the principles of the Republican Party. They recruit students to become members of the Republican Party and aid in the election of Republican candidates at all levels of government.
Project Airwaves works to improve campus by providing music, creating unity between organizations, spreading news and promoting creativity.
QU4Troops promotes the support and appreciation of the armed forces and their families.
SAFE Queens GSA (Students Advocating For Equality) creates a safe and open environment for support of the gay and lesbian community on campus.
Campus Crusade for Christ is an inter-denominational, all-inclusive invitation to those who desire to grow in faith. Members strive to touch Queens’ campus with the love of Christ. Members meet for fellowship, discussions surrounding spiritual beliefs, Bible study, and occasional trips off campus.
Gospel Choir provides an outlet for those interested in Gospel music, and serves as a source of spiritual uplifting music for Queens.
Ratio Christi works to encourage and strengthen the faith of Christian students while sharing Christ's message and love to those who have not yet accepted him.
Salam is the Queens Muslim student group that works to create an open space for Muslim students to come together, resolve issues, and celebrate Islam's special holidays and events.
Young Life is a non-denominational Christian organization that is committed to helping students grow and mature in their faith through fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.
Honor Societies & Recognitions
Alpha Psi Omega, the largest dramatic honor society in the country, established a chapter at Queens in 1994. Membership is based on points accrued by working in the performing or technical aspects of theater.
Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) a biological honor society founded in 1922, promotes interest in the biological sciences and keeps students aware of new developments in the field. Eligibility is based on academic achievement. Contributors to the Queens community, Tri-Beta invites guest speakers to campus, coordinates blood drives, and thrills the campus with a spook-tacular haunted house at Halloween time.
Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society which recognizes outstanding achievement in collegiate business and management programs.
Janusian Order is a longstanding honorary organization established at Queens in 1937. Designed to recognize excellence of achievement in scholarship, leadership, character, and service, members are selected to participate their junior year based on their excellence exhibited throughout the sophomore year. Through example, members encourage excellence in others.
Lambda Pi Eta recognizes, fosters and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies at Queens.
Mortar Board is a national senior honors society which serves the Queens community by promoting their three ideas: scholarship, leadership and service. Seniors who achieve a GPA of 3.0 or higher and display exemplary leadership abilities are invited to participate.
Phi Alpha Theta is a history honor society that encourages the study of history.
Pi Sigma Alpha recognizes political science high achievers. Scholarship is stimulated and interest in government is promoted.
Psi Chi National Honors Society encourages, stimulates, and maintains excellence in scholarship to advance the science of psychology.
Student Marshals serve as ushers in academic processions at official Queens events. This high honor is awarded to those who have achieved academic excellence and are at the top of their class rank.
Sigma Delta Pi is the Queens Spanish honor society which strives to honor those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in the study of the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples
Sigma Tau Delta is the Queens English honor society which strives to promote interest in literature and the English language.
Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the National Panhellenic Council sororities (Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Omega, Kappa Delta, and Phi Mu) to promote ethics, accountability, and cooperation amongst sorority members. The council organizes the Formal Recruitment process for new members.
Order of Omega recognizes fraternity and sorority men and women who have attained a high standard of scholarship, leadership and involvement within the Greek organization and within the community.
Fraternities on Campus
Pi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Sigma
Sororities on Campus
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated