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Freshman & Transfer Tuition and Aid

The costs and financial aid opportunities for traditional undergraduates

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We get it. Figuring out how to pay for college can be frustrating and time consuming. We’re here to help.

All applicants are automatically considered for merit scholarships. In addition, we offer unique aid options available only to our prospective students. So, if you like what you see and hear about our school, let us help you get here.

How to Determine Your Cost

  1. Apply to Queens
  2. Apply to FAFSA (Priority Deadline: January 15, 2017)

That's it! We'll work with you from there to provide you a personalized financial aid package.

Net Cost Calculator
For a detailed estimate of costs to expect during your first year at Queens, view our Net Cost Calculator for freshman and transfer students.

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Students Receive Financial Aid
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Applicants Considered for Scholarships
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Additional Types of Merit Scholarships

 

Comprehensive Tuition Rate

Full-Time Comprehensive Tuition $32,302 per year
Overload Per Credit Hour over 20: $464 per credit hour
Housing Rates and Meal Plans  
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Is This The Right Rate for You?

The comprehensive tuition rate is for full-time undergraduates living on campus. If you are an adult student who will not live on campus, please view our Adult Undergraduate Tuition and Aid page. 

Undergraduate Merit Scholarships

From partial departmental awards to full-tuition scholarships, we offer many undergraduate merit scholarship opportunities. Find the scholarships that may be a good fit for you.

Financial Aid 101

Need-based grants. Institutional scholarships. Outside scholarships. Loans. You may have more financial aid options than you realize; let us help you navigate the system with Financial Aid 101. 

Reach Out

Do you have questions about tuition, aid, and scholarships? We’ll help. Contact us for a one-on-one conversation with a financial services counselor: 704-337-2225 or finaid@queens.edu.

Alvan Makoundi-Tchibinda
Alvan Makoundi-Tchibinda 
"Mrs. Chrisy Majors [Associate VP of Student Financial Services] always checks on me, and is always smiling and happy to help [with financial aid questions] if I need it."
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Phillip Boger, Parent of Raulston Boger '16
"Thanks in large part to the work ethic instilled and hands on support by Queens, my daughter not only got a position at Ford during her senior year but [also] was accepted to Michigan's Ross School of Business. Best ROI I have ever invested is Queens."
Abby Tolar
Abby Tolar ‘17
“The reason I chose Queens was to experience college life in a big city, with the benefits of a small, liberal arts school. But what shocked me most was the large amount financial aid that Queens offered me through scholarships.”

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