We’re excited to partner with you as you navigate your college selection experience.
The instructions below are for you if you are looking for a college community where
you’ll be challenged and supported en route to reaching your goals.
The Queens application includes an essay and a report of your extracurricular activity
including clubs, organizations, athletics, paid employment, and other responsibilities.
Submit your application now!
Please note: All transcripts must be included on the application regardless if transfer of credit
is earned. An admissions decision will not be made until all transcripts have been
received. Students who fail to disclose all transcripts are subject to having their
3. Optional Elements
Queens employs a holistic review of its applicants. Unsure of what holistic means? Keep reading! It means we’re going to see you as a whole person. You are more than numbers on a page, and so we want to know YOU. Your application
essay certainly helps but who can really distill their whole life down to 600 words
Answer: Nobody. SO, what else do you think is important to share with us that helps us see you fully?
Read some suggestions below:
Interviews are a great way for us to get to know you and for you to get to know us.
We want to meet you and to put a face with a name. Feeling a little uncertain? Perhaps
a bit nervous? These folks are friendly and here to help you. We’re committed to having a good time in the conversation
and can’t wait to meet you. Sign up for a tour and to plan your interview.
We want to take this opportunity to let you know that you are more than numbers, and
that Queens University of Charlotte is permanently an ACT and SAT test optional college.
We care deeply about what you are doing each day in your community. If you want to
take an SAT or ACT, that is completely your choice. If you do not want to take an
SAT or an ACT, that is also completely your choice. We’ll support whatever decision
you choose. Your application will be complete and fully considered whether you send
us scores or not.
If you want complete your application without test scores, make sure to select “no”
under testing plan. If you forget or change your mind later, reach out to your admission
counselor, and we can update that for you.
If you want to complete your application with test scores, send us a PDF of your score
report to email@example.com or have the testing agency send your scores directly to us using these codes:
Queens SAT code: 5560 Queens ACT code: 3148
2022-2023 Admissions Deadlines
November 15, 2022 - Early Decision Deadline (binding) and Early Action 1 Deadline
The early decision deadline is perfect if Queens is at the top of your list.
By applying early decision, you are committing to enrolling at Queens if admitted.
If you apply by November 15 and don't wish to be considered for Early Decision, you
can simply select "Early Action" on your application instead.
All applicants who apply by November 15 (including early decision applicants) will
be considered for our most competitive scholarships. Apply early action if you want
to receive an admission decision before the end of the calendar year.
Readmission: If you've previously attended Queens and would like to return, contact our Registrar’s
Office to verify that you’ve fully withdrawn from Queens before you apply: 704-337-2242,
Minimum requirements to apply for admission to the pre-licensure BSN program are as follows. Students who meet these requirements are invited to apply.
GPA from the most recent 30 credit hours or 3 semesters, whichever is greater, of
post high school courses must be 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Pre-requisite GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
No more than 2 pre-requisite courses may be outstanding during the semester of application.
Only one of those courses may be a science course (Anatomy & Physiology or Microbiology).
Applicants must submit proof of registration in no more than 2 outstanding courses
with the anticipated course completion within one semester prior to enrollment in
the Program. The outstanding courses must be completed and transcripts submitted to
the admissions office prior to enrollment at Queens.
Students holding a prior baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution are only
required to complete the nursing pre-requisite courses. University general education
requirements are waived.
Do you want to learn more about applying to our nursing program? Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-337-2212.
If you are in a dual enrollment program, apply online using the freshman application process. Upon admission, we will give you a transfer
evaluation to determine how many credits will transfer to Queens. Our advisors will
use this evaluation to help you complete your degree within a shorter timeframe.
Transcripts: If your secondary school transcripts are not in English, you must submit a certified
translation along with the original transcript.
Test Scores*: You may submit official TOEFL, IELTS or SAT, ACT results. The requirement to submit
test scores may be waived if the student has successfully completed level 112 at an
ELS Language Center, is a native English-speaker, or is transferring 24+ hours of
college credit from a US institution.
*Given the impact COVID-19 has had on English testing platforms and their availability,
we are now accepting Duolingo as an additional way international students can meet
our English proficiency test score minimums. This update is effective immediately.
We will also accept the newly introduced at-home version of the TOEFL iBT, utilizing
the same scoring threshold as the previous version of the exam. Learn more about testing
requirements for international undergraduate students.
A non-degree student is admitted to Queens without the expectation of earning a degree. Non-degree
students who have never earned a bachelor's degree may enroll for a cumulative total
of no more that 15 credit hours, after which they must apply for regular admission
as a degree candidate or receive special permission to continue enrollment at Queens.
Nondegree students must comply with all university regulations, and must maintain
a "C" average to continue enrollment.
To apply as a non-degree student, the following materials are required:
evidence of a high school diploma or equivalent, or proof of most recently awarded