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Campus Life

Resources for Parents and Guardians of Students

  • [Move-in and Move-out of Residence days]
    Queen's Residences organizes Move-In and moving out days
  • [Celebrating academic achievement]
    Celebrating academic achievement, Spring 2015 (photo by Greg Black)
  • [Celebrating academic achievement]
    Celebrating academic achievement, Spring 2015 (photo by Greg Black)
  • [Celebrating academic achievement]
    Celebrating academic achievement, Spring 2015 (photo by Greg Black)

At Queen's, our welcoming living and learning environments offer students the programs and services needed to be successful. Of course, students still look to their parents or guardians for guidance.

These pages are designed to provide you, Queen's parents and guardians, with information and resources to empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen's.

Important Dates

September

  • September 1: Fall Tuition and Student Assistance Levy due in full
  • September 6: Move-in Day for incoming students starts at 8 am. (Also, plan to attend a Parent Information Session)
  • September 6-13: Orientation Week
  • September 7: Labour Day (university is closed)
  • September 14: Fall Term classes begin
  • September 25: Last date to add or drop classes without financial penalty
  • September 30: AMS opt out period ends for Student Activity Fees and AMS Health and Dental Coverage
  • September 30: Total student account balance due (Fall Term Residence fees, Student Activity fees, UHIP)

October

  • October 12: Thanksgiving Day (university is closed)
  • October 15: Last date to apply in SOLUS to graduate for Fall 2015. For more, please see: Applying for Graduation.
  • October 16: University Day (university will remain open)
  • October 30: Deadline for reserving Convocation guest tickets. Please consult our information page for dates specific to each faculty or school
  • October 31: Deadline for applying for a General Bursary

Sessional dates:

  • When making travel plans, be sure to check the sessional dates specific to your student's faculty/school.
  • Academic calendars provide additional information on regulations, policies, programs, courses and degree requirements; or visit your student's faculty site for more details.

Fees and deadlines:

Other important and timely updates are available in the monthly newsletters sent to students by the Registrar's Office. (See also: Information for Parents and Guardians)

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