Below are a number of helpful resources on Queens’ online programs.
- Academic Catalogue 2020-2021
- Academic Calendar
- Everett Library
- Professional Licensure and Certification Requirements
- Purchasing Textbooks
- State Authorization of Online Programs
- Student Complaint Resolution
University Policies and Procedures:
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
- Grading Policies
- Honor Code
- Non-discrimination Policy
- Royal Return (COVID-19 updates)
- Student Accessibility Services
- Student Complaint Policy
- The Student Handbook
- University Closings/Cancelled Classes
- Withdrawal and Financial Implications
Queens University of Charlotte is approved by North Carolina to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education and is an institutional participant in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement – North Carolina (SARA-NC).
Queens University of Charlotte aims to offer our online programs strategically across the United States as best suits student interest and need. Additionally, Queens works with states outside of SARA when necessary to ensure that required licensure or approvals are obtained.
While Queens makes every effort to monitor the laws in each state, both in the southern region and beyond, state authorization of online education is a complex and ever-changing setting and prospective students are strongly encouraged to monitor this site often for updates and changes. Should students have questions regarding the authorization of a program leading to licensure they may contact Queens University to discuss the specifics of that matter at 704-337-2200.
For more information about State Authorizations of Online programs, please click here.