Information for Prospective Students
Southern Regional Education Board Electronic Campus Membership
Queens University of Charlotte is a participant in the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Electronic Campus. The Electronic Campus is a student service that represents public and independent colleges and universities. It is a comprehensive source for higher education information in the South. The Electronic Campus allows prospective students to learn about their educational opportunities, select schools and/or online learning opportunities that best match their needs, and apply and enroll online. For more information about the Electronic Campus, visit www.ElectronicCampus.org.
- Technical Requirements for Online Learning
- State Requirements
- Administrative Support for Online Students
- On-Campus Residency/Field Work Requirements
- Course Registration
- Academic Advising and Other Student Services
- Purchasing Textbooks
- Program and Course Descriptions
- Exam Procedures
- Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid Information
- Help and Technical Support
- Everett Library
Queens University of Charlotte has a dedicated team committed to helping online students reach their personal, educational and professional goals. During the admissions process, a Program Manager and Enrollment Coordinator will assist prospective students with completing their application files and continue working to ensure students' success through the first week of classes. Starting the second week of classes, students will begin working with a Student Services Coordinator, who will be their primary point of contact during their time as a student at Queens. For questions about the ongoing support offered to students in Queens' online programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently, the online MBA is the only online program with an on-campus residency component. The online MSN and MA in Educational Leadership programs do not require students to attend any on-campus activities but do require clinical or field internship requirements which students may complete in their local area subject to certain requirements. Contact Admissions at (866) 313-2356 to learn more about the requirements for each program.
Students will work with their Enrollment Coordinator to determine required courses and prerequisite work and register for classes. Online students are subject to the same drop/add deadlines as onground students. Reference the Academic Calendar for a list of important deadlines.
Online students are required to attend an online orientation session specific to their field of study through the learning management system. This virtual orientation will enable students to become familiar with the MyCourses online learning platform and meet other students in their program.
Students enrolled in online program will have access to the same advising services as campus based students. In addition, online students will receive advising through their Online Student Services Coordinator in conjunction with the Program Director.
Additional support services are available within the Online Student Experience Guide.
Students may order course textbooks through the Queens eFollett Bookstore or large online book retailers, or they may choose to rent textbooks online.
In most cases, exams are taken through the course management system with adherence to the guidelines of the Queens University of Charlotte honor code. Other arrangements can be made but are course specific.
As a private institution, Queens University of Charlotte offers the same tuition rates for both in-state and out-of-state students. Tuition varies by program:
Below are links to important financial aid resources and answers to frequently asked questions.
Call 866-313-2356 or email email@example.com with any questions regarding Queens University of Charlotte's online programs and admissions. For technical support, contact the Personal Support center at (866) 313-2356 Ext. 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Everett Library helps support and enrich the experience of Queens programs. Students can access research materials through the main library website, including guides, tutorials, audio recordings, videos, and images.