For the first 2021 installment of Destination College we are heading to the southern part of the state and to our largest city, Charlotte. In this urban setting lies a small university with huge opportunities, Queens University of Charlotte. This private Christian university was founded in 1857 and with a total under grad enrollment of less than 1,800 Queens University of Charlotte offers the big city environment with small class sizes and close knit feel on campus.
According to collegefactual.com the most popular majors are Queens are:
- Business Administration and Management
- Communication and Media Studies
- General Psychology
- Design and Applied Arts
Queens University of Charlotte At a Glance
|Faculty to Student Ratio||10:1|
|In State Tuition||$37,332|
|Room and Board||$12,257|
|Admission Selectivity||Selective – 65%|
|Application Deadline||Early Decision – Oct. 1|
Early Action – Dec. 1
Early Action 2 – Feb. 1
Regular Action Deadline – March 1
|SAT/ACT Must be Received by||Encouraged but not required|
Students at Queens can choose from 42 majors and 63 minors in subject areas from accounting to sustainability studies. While academics is the primary mission at Queens there are many opportunities for students to participate in campus life. These opportunities range from Greek life to musical ensembles, and nature groups. There are more than 30 clubs active on campus that offer diverse opportunities to get involved on campus!
Queens University of Charlotte also offers athletics opportunities. As a member of the Southern Atlantic Conference (SAC) Queens sponsors baseball, swimming, track and field, soccer, softball, volleyball and much more. They don’t stop there! Intramural sports are offered to students at all skill levels. So on campus opportunities abound on campus.
With an acceptance rate of 65% and an early acceptance rate of 56% Queens is classified as a selective institution. We know that our Grizzlies are ready for the challenge! If you think being a part of the Royals campus is in your future below are some dates to keep in mind.
|October 1||FAFSA Opens|
|November 1||Early Decision Deadline|
|December 1||Early Action Deadline|
|February 1||Early Action 2 Deadline|
|March 1||Regular Action Deadline|
|After March 1||Rolling decision after March 1|
You can apply through the Common App or through the Admissions section of the Queens website. Before you apply make sure you take advantage of the virtual campus tour or schedule an on site or personalized virtual visit through the Admissions Office.
To learn more about Queens University of Charlotte make sure to give them a follow on social media.