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Welcome to Queens. We invite you to join us on campus or online to see why so many people who visit Queens decide to become a Royal. Here you'll find details about our undergraduate and graduate visit experiences, on-campus tours and virtual visits.

Daily Campus Visits

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
10:00 a.m and 1:00 p.m. ET.

Every other Saturday at 10:00 a.m. ET.

Register for a Campus Visit

During our daily visit you will get a great overview of our undergraduate experience. You will tour campus and talk to an admissions counselor. We are following state and university safety guidelines to ensure your protection against COVID-19. Here are guidelines in place for fall 2020 campus tours:

  • Tours are capped at 20 guests
  • Social distancing measures will be enforced
  • All guests will be required to wear a mask throughout the tour
  • Residence halls have temporarily been eliminated from the tour route
  • Registration closes 48 hours in advance of the tour
  • Those who have shown symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, will be asked to reschedule their visit to campus.

Download a copy of our campus map and parking locations prior to your visit.

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Explore more about life at Queens, including our residence halls, in our Campus Living section.

Virtual Campus Visits

Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. ET.

Every other Saturday at 10:00 a.m. ET.

Register for a Virtual Campus Visit

This visit is tailored to high school and transfer students and their families. Admissions counselors will give you an overview of Queens and our programs, including international study, you’ll see a virtual tour of campus, and you’ll have the chance to ask questions in real time.

Discover Queens

Discover Queens is a live virtual event for undergraduate students that goes beyond our typical virtual visits. Students and parents will gain a more in-depth view of the classroom experience and life at Queens University of Charlotte. During Discover Queens, counselors will discuss the enrollment process, as well as providing students and families the opportunity to:

  • Connect with professors from your area of academic interest
  • Hear live from current students what it’s really like to be a Royal
  • Explore campus from the comfort of your couch
  • Ask the admissions team questions you have on anything from the application process to financial aid

Join us for a virtual Discover Queens offered three dates this fall.

  • Saturday, October 17 from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
  • Saturday, November 7 from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
  • Saturday, November 21 from 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Register for Discover Queens

Quintessential Campus. Queen City Experience.

Get to know Queens University of Charlotte and all that it has to offer.

Adult Undergraduate Virtual Visits

6:00-7:00 p.m. ET on the following dates for the fall semester:

September 17, October 20, November 12, November 17, December 3, December 10.

Register for an Adult Undergraduate Virtual Visit

This event is specifically designed with adult undergraduate students in mind. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions in real time with an admissions counselor, see a virtual campus tour, and learn about next steps in the enrollment process.

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Queens Graduate Programs

Find the contact information for your program of interest below. Please reach out so we can answer any questions and share more information: 

Student Stories

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Gretchen Herwig '19
“I sat in on an education course at Queens during one of my many visits. I was in awe that there could be a college that exceeded my hopes and dreams.”
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Alvan Makoundi-Tchibinda '18
“In the years since I arrived on campus, I've grown immensely, both academically and personally. That’s because each of my professors took their time to really get to know me and teach me the leadership skills I need to succeed in the business world.”
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Brittany Slaughter '18
“Queens’ small class sizes and close-knit community allowed me to create strong interpersonal relationships with other students and faculty members."

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