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Student Life

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.


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MA Comm Faculty, Alumna Publish Research

Dr. John McArthur and alumna Valerie Graham '14 published research to add to academic conversation on the evolution of libraries during the digital age. Read More

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Queens Music Academy Student Performs at Carnegie Hall

Queens Music Academy Student Performs at Carnegie Hall  Read More

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Cato Students Meet Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts

Cato fellows, education majors and Professor Arriola spent an evening with Mayor Jennifer Roberts and other passionate Charlotte activists at the Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Awards. Read More

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Chamber Singers Learn, Perform in NYC

Nine talented Queens singers sang at two performances in the Big Apple. Read More

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Queens is a leader in health care education

Queens is a leader in health care education Read More

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Charlotte Concert Band

The Charlotte Concert Band presents presents "A Night at the Movies," a history of American film music through the decades, from the silent era until modern-day.  View Event

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Buenos Aires Rap

Join Queens’ Center for Latino Studies and the Department of World Languages for the viewing of film, "Buenos Aires Rap," a documentary about the construction of a beat, a song, an identity, and thereconstruction of a modern city amidst a great transformation. View Event

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Tertulia Literaria/Literary Gathering Quixote

Please join Queens’ Center for Latino Studies and the Department of World Languages and their partners in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra's "Don Quixote." View Event

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Early Voting and Voting Rights

Most of the 2016 election-related coverage has been focused on political candidates. The root of elections, however, is voting. There are few speakers more qualified to talk about the U.S. voting process - including recent state-level changes to our voting laws - than Dr. Paul Gronke. View Event

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