1. What fields of research are accepted for publication in Q.U.E.S.T. journal?


All STEM and social science research are

accepted for publication in Q.U.E.S.T. This includes, but not limited to:

Biology, Physics, Music Therapy, Political Science,

Psychology, and Chemistry.


2. What if I can't meet the

submissions deadline?


Q.U.E.S.T. accepts submissions on a rolling deadline

with deadlines for specific issues being

end of January, end of March and end of October.

If for any reason you're unable to meet

these deadlines and are still interested in publishing,

contact quest@queens.edu.


3. When will my paper be published?


Q.U.E.S.T. will publish on a rolling basis

and published papers will be available on the webpage

titled "Journals".


4. How can I be a part of Q.U.E.S.T. Journal?


Currently, only traditional undergraduate students that attend

Queens University of Charlotte may join the editorial board.

If you are interested, express your interest by

reaching out to quest@queens.edu with

the subject line "Prospective Q.U.E.S.T. Officer".

5. Do I have to attend Queens to be published?


No! We've recently opened submissions to many 

undergraduate colleges and universities in 

the surrounding area. Reach out to quest@queens.edu 

to find out if your college or university is accepted!

6. What if I already graduated?


That's okay! As long as you did the research

while an undergraduate, you can submit it to QUEST

up to a year after you've graduated.