Charlotte Campus

State-of-the-art and modern campus for a modern education

Visit Pfeiffer University's Charlotte campus, conveniently located in South Park. Our Charlotte campus offers dynamic, career-enhancing degree completion and graduate programs. Designed with working adults in mind, our classrooms, student center, bookstore, library and academic support services provide amenities and innovative technology. The campus is equipped with Wi-Fi, classroom multimedia capabilities and free parking. 

Graduate Programs Degree Completion Programs
Business Administration (MBA) Business Management and Leadership 
Financial Fraud Investigations (MS) Criminal Justice 
Health Administration (MHA)  Health Administration 
Leadership (MSL) Human Relations 
Practical Theology (MAPT) Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT)  
Elementary Education (MSEE)   
Special Education (MT-SPED)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event & Meeting Rental Space

Need space for your next event or meeting?

Learn more or reserve space at Pfeiffer University's Charlotte campus online. Click Here and go to Charlotte Meeting Space Rental.

Evening Market

A celebration and introduction to local food, beverage, and culture

Tuesday evenings in August from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Register and pay online by clicking the event below:

August 1: The Vin Master - Wine* and local foods

August 8: Charlotte Regional Farmers’ Market - Local produce and meats

August 15: Pasta and Provisions - Pastas and complementary condiments

August 22: Viva Raw - Raw fruits and vegetables for healthy living

August 29: Petit Philippe - Wine* and chocolates

* Must be 21 years of age or older

Charlotte Symposium

A Lecture and Lunch Series

Join Pfeiffer University and a group of distinguished scholars and community leaders as we explore current issues and trends related to the challenges of our region, nation and the world.

Enjoy individual sessions or earn a certification in lifelong learning by participating in seven sessions.

2017 2018

August 14 - From Jesus to Superman: Our Addiction to Redemptive Violence - Chris Hughes, Yadkinville UMC

January 8 - Wisdom of the World’s Religions and its Meaning for You - Patty Meyers, Pfeiffer University

September 11 - Public Memory - Kevin Marinelli, Davidson College

February 12 - Closer than Close: Awakening to a God Who is Closer than You Think - Dave Hickman, Apartment Life

October 9 - Global Christianity - Eric Lewellen, TEAM

March 12 - Religion in Appalachia - Timothy S. Moore, Pfeiffer University

November 13 - Native Plants: What’s the Big Deal? - Angela Haigler, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

April 9 - Cultivating Awareness: A Discussion on Privilege and Power - Emily Stone, Pfeiffer University

December 11 - Integrative Pastoral Care: Recovering Soul in Community Life - Mary Kinken, Davidson Center for the Professions

May 14 - Buddhist and Christian Ethics - Kevin Taylor, Pfeiffer University

 

June 11 - Dialoguing about Diversity with Millennials - Andrew Knoblich, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools & Clare Merlin, UNC-Charlotte

Pfeiffer University - Charlotte campus

1515 Mockingbird Lane
Charlotte, N.C. 28209

For More Information

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Pfeiffer University - Charlotte campus
(800) 338-2060
gradadmissions@pfeiffer.edu