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Royal Open House

Royal Scholarship Day: Undergraduate Programs

January  17, 2015  8:30 AM  - 2:30 PMQueens University of Charlotte - Main Campus

Registration Information

In order to attend Royal Scholarship Day, students must first be admitted to the University and complete their supplemental scholarship application, found here. Invitations to attend will be sent to selected students approximately one month prior to the event. For more information regarding this event, please contact your admissions counselor at 704-337-2212

*Registration is not yet open for this event, please check back soon to submit your RSVP!

Contact Information

Undergraduate Admissions
Phone:
704 337-2505
Email:
visit@queens.edu

Event Details

This "by invitation only" event is for students who complete the Queens Scholarship Application and are invited to compete for select merit scholarships. During your visit you will:

  • Participate in scholarship interviews
  • Meet current students
  • Attend sessions on academics and student life
  • Tour campus
  • Observe a class

If you have any questions about the Royal Scholarship Day, please contact your Admissions Counselor at 704-337-2212

If you would like to schedule an admissions visit Monday through Friday register for a Daily Campus Visit.

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