Freshman and Transfer Admissions
Apply to Queens University of Charlotte
You're about to graduate from high school or you're transferring from another institution, and you're looking for a classic college experience on campus. Begin your application process here.
Queens' application includes an essay, as well as a report of your extracurricular activity including clubs, organizations, athletics, paid employment and other responsibilities.
Queens also accepts the Common App.
2. Official high school transcript*
Request from your high school.
Queens employs a holistic review of its applicants. Please send us anything you feel helps us know you as a person and as a student. That can include:
3. Official SAT or ACT scores
We encourage you to submit your SAT or ACT score. Most applicants do. You can download the official PDF of your test scores on the College Board or ACT website, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can have the testing agency send it to us directly using these codes:
Queens SAT code: 5560
Queens ACT code: 3148
If you feel your test scores are not a reflection of your academic ability, do not submit them to Queens. You won't be penalized. When you start your application, simply select "no" under testing plan when asked if you plan to submit your test scores. Learn more about our test optional admission plan.
4. Letters of recommendation
We strongly encourage you to obtain one or more letters of recommendation from a teacher, college or guidance counselor, or community leader.
5. Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA)
The FAFSA is the government document that is required to qualify for federal need-based aid in the form of Pell Grants or federal loans. We strongly suggest everyone fill out the FAFSA. Queens also uses the FAFSA to determine additional need-based aid to be granted by the institution.
6. Writing supplement
There is an option on our application to submit a short-answer (up to 250 word) essay. This is another great element to strengthen your application.
* 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 Students who fail to disclose all transcripts are subject to having their decision rescinded.
Mailing Address for Supplemental Documents:
Queens University of Charlotte
Undergraduate Office of Admissions
1900 Selwyn Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28274
Is This the Right Application for You?
Are you wondering which application path is best for you? We'll help. Contact us: email@example.com, 800-849-0202 ext. 2212, or 704-337-2212. You can also find your admissions counselor for help with specific questions.
If you're looking for another application, here are other paths:
Deadlines & Important Dates:
|August 1, 2019||Queens application opens for students planning to start in fall of 2020. The Common Application opens.|
|October 1, 2019||FAFSA opens for students planning to start college in the fall of 2020. You can use 2018 tax information to complete the FAFSA.|
|October 19, 2019||Discover Queens is a Saturday event from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. for all undergraduate students that gives students and families the opportunity to meet admissions counselors, tour campus and talk with students. You’ll get an in-depth view of the classroom experience, life at Queens, and the enrollment process.|
|November 1, 2019||
Queens early decision deadline. Applications complete (with corresponding transcript and test scores, if submitting) by this date are guaranteed an admission decision by December 1, 2019. The choice to apply early decision is a binding agreement between the student and the university. If admitted, students are committing themselves to attending Queens beginning fall 2020.
Transfer application priority deadline for spring. Transfer students applying for the spring 2020 term are encouraged to apply as early as possible. We review applications on a rolling basis, so as soon as an admissions file is complete, the committee is be prepared to review it. Completing your application (with all supplemental documents) by November 1 will guarantee you a decision by November 30.
|November 16, 2019||Discover Queens is a Saturday event from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. for all undergraduate students that gives students and families the opportunity to meet admissions counselors, tour campus and talk with students. You’ll get an in-depth view of the classroom experience, life at Queens, and the enrollment process.|
|December 1, 2019||
Queens early action and scholarship deadline. Applications complete (with transcript and test scores, if submitting) by this date
are guaranteed an admissions decision by December 31, 2019.
All students are considered for merit scholarships based on their admissions application. Students completing their application by this date will also be considered for our competitive merit scholarships. If chosen as a finalist for our competitive awards, students will receive an invitation to interview shortly after being notified of their acceptance.
|February 1, 2020||Secondary early action deadline. Applications complete (with corresponding transcripts and test scores, if submitting) by this date are guaranteed an admission decision by March 1, 2020. Students applying during this round will still be considered for merit scholarships based on admissions application, but will not be eligible for our largest, competitive merit-based awards.|
|March 1, 2020||Queens regular decision deadline|
|March 2, 2020, and beyond||Admission based on availability|
|April 1, 2020||Transfer priority deadline for fall 2020 admission|
|April 18, 2020||Discover Queens is a Saturday event from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. for all undergraduate students that gives students and families the opportunity to meet admissions counselors, tour campus and talk with students. You’ll get an in-depth view of the classroom experience, life at Queens, and the enrollment process.|
|July 1, 2020||Second transfer priority deadline for fall 2020 admission|
Freshman Class Profile (Fall 2017)
SAT R Scores (middle 50%): 1010 - 1180
ACT Scores (middle 50%): 21 - 26
51% In-state/ 49% Out-of-state
20 different citizenships