Home

Policies and Procedures

Queens has clear policies that govern aspects of campus culture including hiring practices, grading, financial business and use of technology.

Online Education:

 

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

As we pursue our mission to provide educational experiences that transform students' lives and foster personal and professional success, Queens University of Charlotte is completely and firmly committed to supporting and celebrating all forms of diversity.

Queens does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, religion, age, national origin, disability, political beliefs, veteran status, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law. This non-discrimination policy is followed in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, employment and hiring policies, or other university-administered programs. 

Any student with a disability who needs any reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Coordinator of Student Disability Services at 704-337-2508 or schneiderc@queens.edu. For all other questions or concerns, including those regarding Title IX, contact the Lead Title IX Coordinator at 704-337-2485 or andersona@queens.edu.

 

Acceptable Use

The Queens University of Charlotte network is provided as a service to students, faculty, staff, and other members of the Queens community. Maintained by the university's Information Technology Services Department (ITS), the Network supports the educational and service mission of the University.

It is the responsibility of everyone (employees and students) who uses the Queens Network to know these guidelines and to act appropriately and responsibly when utilizing these resources.

Furthermore, users must keep in mind that networks or systems outside of this University (including those in other countries) may have their own distinctive policies and procedures. Users are advised to learn and abide by the policies and procedures of these external networks. Read entire Acceptable Use Policy.

 

Campus Conduct Hotline

Campus Conduct Hotline is a confidential, independent, call-in service that provides a simple, anonymous way for you to help preserve the values and reputation of Queens. One phone call from you can alert Queens' administration of problems that may affect the entire campus community.

The Campus Conduct Hotline is not an emergency line and does not replace any services currently offered on campus. In the event of any emergency, always dial x2911 from a campus phone or 704-337-2911 from your cell.

How does Campus Conduct Hotline work?

When you call Campus Conduct Hotline you will speak to a friendly, trained specialist who will guide you through the details of your concern. You will be given a case number for your reference, so your call will be completely anonymous. No information will be taken about you, so you will never be identified. Your concerns will be submitted to the appropriate campus administrator for investigation. Using your case number you can call Campus Conduct Hotline at any time to check on the status of the investigation and learn of any actions or request additional information.

When you use Campus Conduct Hotline, your call will be:

  • Confidential and anonymous
  • Answered by a specialist with a masters degree in psychology or social service
  • Handled with support and sensitivity
  • Reported to Queens' administration for investigation
  • Assigned a case number you can use to follow-up on the status of your concern

When should you call Campus Conduct Hotline?

Campus Conduct Hotline offers an easy, comfortable way to report activity or behavior you may observe or experience on campus that is harmful, unethical, questionable, or causes you or someone else personal injury.

You should call the Campus Conduct Hotline if you experience or observe any of the following:

  • Fraud or crime
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Safety or facility risk issues
  • Security and Internet policy abuses
  • Code of Conduct violations
  • Workplace hostility
  • Unethical grading practices
  • Fraudulent financial or business practices
  • Any other questionable behavior

Campus Conduct Hotline (CCH) is brought to you by your institution and Educational 81: Institutional Insurance Administrators, Inc. (EllA). EllA is a leader in insurance services and risk management for higher education. For more information about CCH or EllA visit our websites at www.CampusConduct.com and www.eiia.org.

Get To Know Us