Tuition & Financial Aid
There’s no better way to invest in yourself—and your career—than your education, and the value you receive is lifelong.
At Queens University of Charlotte we provide transparency about our tuition rates to help you make the best decisions about how to prepare to invest in your future.
To estimate how much you can expect to pay in tuition, view the tuition page for your program of choice.
Consider Your Financial Aid Options
We’re here to help you find out how much you can expect to pay for your education and craft the best financial aid package possible.
Below, explore just a few of your options for financing your education.
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Apply for Employer Tuition Reimbursement
In 2019, 52 percent of employers offered reimbursement for upskilling or reskilling programs, while 69 percent covered most or all of their employees’ tuition costs.1
Ask your HR department or manager if your employer reimburses tuition and add even more value to your company with a new degree.
4 Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer
The below list may be useful as you speak with your employer about tuition reimbursement.
1. YOU’LL BECOME A MORE EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEE
As you learn online with Queens, you’ll bring your new skills and insights to work with you starting right away. You don’t have to wait until you graduate to become even more effective team member.
2. IT MAKES FINANCIAL SENSE
Contributing to your education also saves your employer money over interviewing, hiring, and training someone else. And, the IRS reimburses companies up to $5,250 per employee per year for educational expenses.
3. YOU CAN STUDY ON YOUR SCHEDULE
Studying online gives you greater flexibility so you can continue to work while you pursue your studies.
4. YOUR EMPLOYER RETAINS TOP TALENT
Recent research found that employees who had their tuition reimbursed were 8 percent more likely to be retained, while another found those employees were 21 percent more likely to be promoted.2
In short, tuition reimbursement is a benefit that keeps great people around, and it could go a long way toward supporting your academic journey with Queens.
- Wiley Education Services (2019 September). Closing the Skills Gap: 2019 Research Report. Retrieved September 5, 2019, from https://edservices.wiley.com/closing-the-skills-gap-report-2019/.
- Glover, H. (2017 Feb. 21). The Case for Talent Investment. Lumina Foundation. Retrieved September 5, 2019, from https://www.luminafoundation.org/news-and-views/the-case-for-talent-investment.