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Admitted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to Queens University of Charlotte!


We’re excited that you’re ready to become a Royal. There is much to look forward to.

Once you have made your deposit, visit your enrollment checklist. It will let you know what you need to do, and provide links to things like your housing contract, meal plans, orientation, health forms and more.

Virtual Accepted Student Day!

See what it means to be a Royal.


Freshmen FAFSA Incentive

Queens is excited to offer admitted students a $500 scholarship simply for filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  As a private institution, we offer a variety of need-based institutional aid program in additional to any state or federal funding you might be eligible for.  Submitting the FAFSA is a critical step in receiving a financial aid award letter that includes all sources of grants, scholarships and loans that are available to you. By filling out the FAFSA now, you will receive $500 every year you are at Queens (up to four years).

Please note that only first-time, degree-seeking freshmen are eligible for this incentive. Once your FAFSA is received, you will receive confirmation of it, along with the scholarship, on your financial aid award letter. Undocumented students are eligible for this same award by contacting financial aid and completing the Household Resources Form. 

International students requiring a visa to study in the U.S. are not eligible. Transfer and undergraduate students are encouraged to talk with a financial aid counselor about all the options available to them. 

Commit to Queens

  • Undergraduate students, this means make your deposit. The 2021 deposit deadline has been extended from May 1 to June 15.
  • Students who attend part-time or per credit hour,  this means you need to reply to your offer of admission.

After you commit to Queens, you will be able to access your student account information and complete the rest of the checklist.

Visit Queens

If you haven’t visited campus or would like to see it again, register for a daily campus visit or a virtual Admitted Student Information Session.

For undergraduates, we highly recommend registering for one of our Accepted Student Days, offered both in person and virtual. During these events, you will have the opportunity to celebrate your acceptance to Queens with other future Royals, while engaging in an activity that mirrors academics at Queens and learning more about getting involved on campus. Space is limited at our on campus events, so we recommend reserving your spot as soon as you can.

Next Steps

  1. Set up your Queens Email.
    After committing to Queens, you will receive an email with your username and password. This email will go to the email account you used when you applied. This will give you access to MyQueens and your Queens email. We will begin to send you important enrollment messages to this account. We suggest you check it weekly. For students admitted for the fall of 2019, you will not be assigned an email account before February 2019.
  1. Complete your Enrollment Checklist.
    Everything you need to enroll at Queens is housed on your enrollment checklist, located on the status page of your application portal. Please visit your portal to see which of the following you need to do in order to complete your enrollment. You will link to these items directly from your checklist.
  2. Register for a Virtual Accepted Student Day.

    Mondays and Thursdays at 3 p.m. ET
    We invite all accepted undergraduate students and their parents/guests to join us for a live online session, take a deeper look at what it means to be a Royal and ask whatever questions are on your mind. You'll see our beautiful campus (virtually, of course!), get answers from student ambassadors and even hear from a Queens professor. Learn about international programs and enrollment next steps, find out how to schedule an appointment with a Student Financial Services counselor and chat with an admissions counselor in real time.

Items for most students:
  • Register for orientation
    • Students who have committed to Queens should register for Royal Orientation, Registration and Advising (ROAR). Committed students can find the link to register on their application portal.
  • Submit final transcripts
  • Submit immunization form
Additional items for undergraduate students:
  • Submit your housing contract 
  • Submit your medical form
  • Waive health insurance, if you choose
Additional items for all international students:
  • Copy of passport
  • Bank statement
  • Affidavit of support
  • Travel information
Additional items for international transfer students:
  • New transcripts to the Office of Admissions if you have completed any courses after initial submission
  • SEVIS form
  • Copy of I-20
  • Copy of VISA

Other Tasks

If you have taken any dual enrollment credits, you must contact your community college or partnering university directly and have them send an official transcript to the office of admissions in order to receive credit or have your courses evaluated.

If you have taken AP or IB courses, you must send those scores directly from the College Board or IB. Having your scores posted on your high school transcript will not grant you official credit for your work. Read the Transfer Credit section for further information regarding AP or IB credit.

Financial Aid
If you have not done so already, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for need-based grants and loans. After you receive a financial aid award, please connect with your Student Financial Services counselor at, or 704-337-2225, to discuss your financial aid package and next steps for accepting your aid.

Student Accessibility Services
If you received classroom accommodations, had a 504 plan or an Individual Education Plan (IEP) in high school; or if you will need housing/dining hall accommodations, contact Student Accessibility Services at, or 704-337-2508. We are committed to ensuring confidentiality for all students.

Life on Campus
If you are a first-year or transfer student you will be asked to fill out a housing contract. Even if you are planning to commute, we ask that all undergraduate students fill out the contract. Students who plan to commute can register for parking at Parking is not available for first-year residential students.

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