Feel at home on the Queens campus
Be a Part of the Queens Community
Living on campus means being a part of a close-knit community. Queens values on-campus living so much that it has a three-year residency requirement. We're dedicated to making residence life a great experience. Our Resident Assistants work hard helping students and creating fun communities on their floors.
Albright Residence Hall - This hall was renovated in 2017, offering first-year students with new accomodations and common rooms, including a lobby with air hockey and TV, and a courtyard.
Barnhardt Residence Hall - This hall offers an outdoor courtyard, giving residents a quiet, beautiful place to study, eat, or socialize.
Belk Residence Hall - This hall is for first-year students who want to be part of a living learning community.
Hall Brown Overcash Hall (HBO) - Known as HBO, this hall features the new Rex’s Lair, a common area with a kitchen, a billiards table, and theater style TV viewing. Rooms are doubles and triples, with newly renovated hall bathrooms.
Hayes Residence Hall - First-year students live here in suite-style living with newly renovated bathrooms.
Porter B. Byrum Residence Hall - This upperclassman hall offers an apartment-living feel, and some rooms are high enough that students can see the Charlotte skyline from their windows.
Wireman Residence Hall -
Wireman is a suite-style, upperclassman hall, offering doubles and singles and a shared bathroom between rooms. Wireman is also home to Greek Village, with each chapter of Queens’ Fraternity & Sorority Life having a meeting space on the lower level.
Each residence hall offers:
- Free laundry services
- Micro-fridge unit in each room
- Fully furnished rooms, most of which have movable furniture
- A/C and heating unit in every room
- Wi-Fi, Spectrum cable, and Ethernet
- Gaming Wi-Fi