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Queens University Of Charlotte (NC): Merit Aid, Financial Aid Data, Offer Data & More

Private2,536 StudentsIn State: $48,968/yrOut of state: $48,968/yr

Queens University Of Charlotte offers 97% of incoming freshmen merit aid. The average merit aid award is $14,110. Queens University Of Charlotte is a private college located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Its student population is 2,536. It is a four-year, small, highly residential campus. It has an acceptance rate of 79%. Queens University Of Charlotte 4 year graduation rate is 46% .


Merit Aid Stats For Queens University Of Charlotte


FRESHMAN W/O NEED, RECEIVING MERIT AID

$14,110

AVG. MERIT AID AWARD

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% of freshman
with need

$4,648

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Admission Data


  • Admission rate 79%
  • Avg. high school GPA NA
  • Avg. ACT 23.5
  • Avg. SAT 1125.5
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Upcoming Deadlines For Queens University Of Charlotte


  • Early decision 1 - Deadline
    Dec 2
  • Early decision 1 - Notification
    Dec 31
  • Queens University Of Charlotte - Send test score
    Aug 15

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Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

Parents who completed the admissions process in 2019 submitted their offer data as presented here.


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Colleges with Similar Merit Aid Award Percentages and Award Amounts


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Merit
Match
Queens University Of Charlotte $48,968 97% $14,110 79%
Calvin College $50,900 99% $15,382 79%
George Fox University $51,930 96% $15,201 82%
Lewis University $47,970 97% $15,113 58%
Marquette University $60,252 97% $15,014 82%
Biola University $57,178 97% $14,677 73%
Lipscomb University $51,454 99% $14,574 60%
Houston Baptist University $47,967 100% $14,554 70%
Saint Ambrose University $47,438 96% $14,455 63%
Saint John Fisher College $50,300 100% $13,847 64%
Palm Beach Atlantic University $51,086 98% $13,237 95%
Drury University $71,657 100% $13,114 68%
Point Park University $48,510 98% $13,082 65%
Wheeling Jesuit University $42,290 100% $12,850 86%
Aurora University $40,632 98% $12,799 81%
Hampshire College $67,514 95% $12,753 63%
Colleges with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges in Southeast Region with similar merit aid awards levels


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Queens University Of Charlotte $48,968 97% $14,110 79%
Covenant College $49,420 96% $17,225 97%
Sewanee The University Of The South $62,690 93% $19,708 65%
Agnes Scott College $56,360 100% $29,405 70%
Lynchburg College $55,390 94% $20,213 0%
Oglethorpe University $57,460 100% $24,348 62%
The University Of Tennessee Chattanooga $38,832 93% $4,145 76%
Lipscomb University $51,454 99% $14,574 60%
Lenoir Rhyne University $53,920 98% $21,689 74%
Mercer University $53,822 95% $20,411 72%
Palm Beach Atlantic University $51,086 98% $13,237 95%
Mississippi State University $40,920 102% $3,800 57%
Hollins University $56,940 100% $35,233 64%
Centre College $56,910 94% $26,378 73%
Bridgewater College $53,000 97% $24,025 66%
Eckerd College $63,572 101% $17,455 68%
Wheeling Jesuit University $42,290 100% $12,850 86%
Bellarmine University $58,920 98% $28,405 86%
Troy University n/a * 93% $5,965 88%
Colleges in Southeast Region with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years


Name
Acceptance
Rate
10 Year
Salary
Queens University Of Charlotte 79 $86,600
University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth 78 $95,200
Tennessee Technological University 76 $95,100
The University Of Tennessee Knoxville 78 $95,100
California Lutheran University 71 $95,000
University Of Nevada Reno 88 $95,000
University Of New Haven 84 $94,800
Susquehanna University 72 $94,700
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance


College
Acceptance
Rate
Attendance
Cost
Queens University Of Charlotte 79 $48,968
Cardinal Stritch University 71 $44,130
Ottawa University Ottawa 78 $44,160
Fresno Pacific University 85 $44,177
Walsh University 78 $44,236
Mount Vernon Nazarene University 76 $44,288
Pennsylvania State University Penn State Harrisburg 88 $44,358
Heidelberg University 73 $44,400
Wisconsin Lutheran College 80 $44,462
Baker University 88 $44,550
James Madison University 71 $44,568
Illinois College 76 $44,614
University Of Oklahoma Norman Campus 78 $44,703
Georgia State University 71 $44,906
Dakota State University 83 $44,940
Colorado State University Fort Collins 84 $45,156
Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science 86 $45,433
Concordia University Chicago 76 $45,476
University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth 78 $45,495
Arizona State University Tempe 85 $45,562
Edgewood College 73 $45,662
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates


Name
Acceptance
Rate
4 year
graduation
Queens University Of Charlotte 79 46%
Capital University 73 50%
Lasell College 80 50%
Bellarmine University 86 50%
Albany College Of Pharmacy And Health Sciences 72 50%
Baldwin Wallace University 74 50%
Oklahoma City University 76 50%
Cornish College Of The Arts 77 50%
Slippery Rock University Of Pennsylvania 73 50%
Savannah College Of Art And Design 70 50%
Cleveland Institute Of Art 73 50%
Champlain College 75 50%
Georgia College & State University 78 50%
Wisconsin Lutheran College 80 50%
Auburn University 75 49%
Lesley University 76 49%
The University Of Findlay 74 49%
Hartwick College 83 49%
George Mason University 81 49%
Cazenovia College 82 49%
Carroll College 78 49%
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates

Comparing merit aid in colleges with similar acceptance rates.


Name
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Queens University Of Charlotte 97% $14,110
Hardin Simmons University 100% $15,695
Drexel University 100% $15,641
Messiah College 98% $15,580
Calvin College 99% $15,382
George Fox University 96% $15,201
Marquette University 97% $15,014
Malone University 105% $14,850
Biola University 97% $14,677
Houston Baptist University 100% $14,554
Wheeling Jesuit University 100% $12,850
Aurora University 98% $12,799
University Of St Thomas 91% $12,504
University Of Detroit Mercy 96% $12,267
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