Health and Wellness Center
Our Health and Wellness Center doesn’t look or feel like most. Ours looks and feels like a home—complete with comfy furniture, fireplace, and even a dog—and we welcome students to take advantage of our many services, treating both body and mind.
The safety of everyone is of utmost importance to us. The Campus Police Department is committed to creating an environment in which teaching, research, community life and public service flourish. Learn more about campus safety and police, including the Safe Initiative Program, crime prevention and preparedness, and resources for sexual misconduct victims.
Student Accessibility Services provides classroom, housing, meal plan, and other accommodations to students with documented disabilities and chronic illness. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, students receive the tools, support and accommodations they need to succeed academically and socially.
Housing and Residence Life
Housing and Residence Life provides and enhances a safe, convenient, and transformative residential experience. We accomplish this through intentionally developed policies, programs, facilities, and services that foster holistic student development. You can reach us at 704-337-2293 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests.
Nola the Dog
Nola the Dog, our Director of Stress Reduction, works at Queens full-time with the Health and Wellness Center, and she's ready to ease students’ stress through walks, jogs or wet kisses.