Welcome to the Queens Community
Living on campus means being a part of a close-knit community. Because students who live on campus are more engaged in the campus community, perform better academically, and are more likely to utilize campus resources, Queens has a three-year residency requirement. To find out more about our housing options, review the residence halls and the housing rates. The Department of Residence Life and Housing has created a list of resources for residential students. If you have any questions, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-337-2293.
Living Learning Community
The Sed Min Household is a Living Learning Community centered on developing students into passionate leaders who serve their community and each other. Each month, students complete at least seven hours of community service. This community is found within Albright Residence Hall and offers a small, home-away-from-home feel that allows residents to build strong connections with each other.
The Preyers Honors Program Living Learning Community is centered on developing intellectual curiosity and socials connections between students across all academic disciplines. Programming in Honors Housing might include floor discussion groups, trips to area cultural events, museum tours, and exploring all that Queens and the Queen City have to offer.
You’ll never go hungry at Queens. Whether you’re in the mood for food that’s healthy or indulgent, meaty or vegetarian--or if you just need a Starbucks fix--you’ll find dining you like.
Levine Center for Wellness and Recreation
Our Levine Center for Wellness and Recreation offers a 5,000-square-foot fitness center, NCAA level competition swimming pool, jogging track, and a dance/yoga studio.
Located a few miles from campus, the Queens Sports Complex at Marion Diehl Park is one of the largest athletic venues in the region. The 65-acre complex is the home field for seven Royals athletics teams.