Residence Halls

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Be a Part of the Queens Community 

Living on campus means being a part of a close-knit community. Queens values on-campus living so much that it has a three-year residency requirement. We're dedicated to making residence life a great experience. Our Resident Assistants work hard helping students and creating fun communities on their floors.

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Residence Halls

Albright Residence Hall - This hall was renovated in 2017, offering first-year students with new accomodations and common rooms, including a lobby with air hockey and TV, and a courtyard.

Barnhardt Residence Hall - This hall offers an outdoor courtyard, giving residents a quiet, beautiful place to study, eat, or socialize. 

Belk Residence Hall - This hall is for first-year students and will be an all female residence hall in 2018-2019.  The building features double rooms with movable furniture and a game room area in the basement.

Hall Brown Overcash Hall (HBO) - Known as HBO, this hall features the new Rex’s Lair, a common area with a kitchen, a billiards table, and theater style TV viewing. Rooms are doubles and triples, with newly renovated hall bathrooms.  HBO will be the home of the Sed Min Household in 2018-2019.

Hayes Residence Hall - First-year students live here in suite-style living with newly renovated bathrooms.

Northwest Residence HallThe corridor-style building can accommodate approximately 120 students with a mix of double residence rooms and triple rooms. Adjoining rooms have a shared bathroom. This residence hall is primarily home for returning students.

Porter B. Byrum Residence Hall - This upperclassman hall offers an apartment-living feel, and some rooms are high enough that students can see the Charlotte skyline from their windows.

Wireman Residence HallWireman is a suite-style, upperclassman hall, offering doubles and singles and a shared bathroom between rooms. Wireman is also home to Greek Village, with each chapter of Queens’ Fraternity & Sorority Life having a meeting space on the lower level. 

Each residence hall offers:

  • Free laundry services 
  • Micro-fridge unit in each room
  • Fully furnished rooms, most of which have movable furniture
  • A/C and heating unit in every room
  • Wi-Fi, Spectrum cable, and Ethernet
  • Gaming Wi-Fi

Summer Intern Housing

Finding affordable, safe and comfortable housing in Charlotte for a brief time can be a difficult task. With Queens Summer Intern Housing, our goal is to make that process much easier and your stay in Charlotte an enjoyable one.

Queens is located in the heart of historic Myers Park neighborhood. All residence halls are within close proximity to Uptown Charlotte. Walk, jog or bike around the neighborhood or take a stroll down Providence Road for a bite to eat. Located on main campus, the Levine Center of Health and Wellness is equipped with an indoor track and fitness center.

Reach Out

Have questions about on-campus housing? Contact us at reslife@queens.edu 

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