- 4 Year
- CHARLOTTE, NC
- Academicsgrade B
- Valuegrade B+
- Diversitygrade A
- Campusgrade B
- Athleticsgrade B+
- Party Scenegrade B
- Professorsgrade B minus
- Locationgrade A+
- Dormsgrade B minus
- Campus Foodgrade C minus
- Student Lifegrade A minus
- Safetygrade B
When society needed to expand educational opportunities in the region, Queens rose to the occasion in 1857 and was one of the very first universities to educate women.
When soldiers returned home after WWII and wanted to take classes, we opened our doors.
As banking and healthcare grew in Charlotte – our McColl School of Business and Presbyterian School of Nursing answered the call.
In response to the growing digital divide, we established the Center for Digital Equity, a national leader in increasing access to technology and broadband internet.
When we need to reinvent ourselves after a world-changing pandemic…
We are inspired by our motto, "not to be served but to serve."
When others back away from new challenges,
Royals rise to every occasion.
Queens University of Charlotte Rankings
Niche rankings are based on rigorous analysis of key statistics from the U.S. Department of Education and millions of reviews.
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Most Popular Majors
- Nursing118 Graduates
- Business42 Graduates
- Exercise Physiology23 Graduates
- Health Service Preparatory Studies23 Graduates
- Sport and Fitness Management23 Graduates
- Biology22 Graduates
- Communications22 Graduates
- Psychology21 Graduates
- Finance12 Graduates
- Interior Design12 Graduates
Nursing at Queens
"Charlotte is a hub for healthcare opportunities. As a student within the Presbyterian School of Nursing, I have a world of internship opportunities at my fingertips, which gives me the potential to launch into my career." - Matthew Brown '24
- Mix of Online and on Campus14%
- On Campus0%
- average student, involved enough3%
- Not to be served, but to serve.60%
- Not academically challenging.3%
- overrated private school3%