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  • [Stauffer Library]

    Stauffer Library (on a hot summer day on campus).


  • [Staff outside at Queen's Summer BBQ]

    It was a perfect day for a get-together as thousands of staff and faculty filled Ban Righ Hall for the annual Queen’s Summer BBQ on Friday, June 24. (Photo by Bernard Clark)

  • [Snowbirds flying over Stauffer Library]

    Ali Meghani, a recent graduate of the School of Urban and Regional Planning now working with Campus Planning and Development, took this amazing shot of the Snowbirds soaring over Stauffer Library on June 24, in advance of the Quinte International Air Show.

  • [Peter Thompson]

    In the latest (e)AFFECT, Peter Thompson finds great insight about life in 17th-century Spain in the short theatre pieces, or interludes, that took place during the intermissions of longer performances. (Photo by Greg Black)

  • [Group shot of Caere Excavation Project team]

    At the ruins of Ancient Ostia: the team of archaeologists, conservators and supervisors participating in the Caere Excavation in Cerveteri, Italy, under the direction of Classics Professor Dr. Fabio Colivicchi. Photo submitted by Kavita Mistry (Artsci’17)

  • [175th anniversary logo]

    A Nobel Prize, a Rembrandt portrait, $50-million gift to name the Smith School of Business, and the new Dan School of Drama and Music. These are just a few of the great moments we’ve had at Queen’s over the last year. An exceptional year. One of 175. Full story...

  • [Queen's Alumni Review 2016 Issue 2 cover image]

    Art historian Jacquelyn N. Coutré explores the story behind the portrait – the evolution of Rembrandt’s painting technique and the triumph of the artist to overcome both personal and professional adversity.

  • [photo of Grant Hall]

    Grant Hall is calm once again after several weeks of Convocation celebrations and we now look ahead to lovely summer days on campus. (Photo by Bernard Clark)


  • [move in day photo]
    Volunteer for Move-In Day

    On Sunday, Sept. 4, as a Move-In Day volunteer, you can welcome students to their new home, promote your club or team, and raise money for charity.

  • [student wearing tricolour socks]
    Next Steps - Incoming Students

    For incoming undergraduate students – there's lots to organize before you arrive. Our Next Steps website can help you get ready!

  • [student reading on a dock]
    Disseration on the Lake

    A five day, four night writing retreat on the shores of Elbow Lake. August 29 to September 2. Registration now open!

  • [Practicing clinician and student at Functional Anatomy Boot-Camp]
    Functional Anatomy Boot-Camp

    Register for the third annual Functional Anatomy Boot-Camp, July 16-17. A practical, hands-on event for future and current health care professionals, and anyone interested in learning about human anatomy.

  • [kids at summer camp]
    Summer Camps

    Queen’s has a wide variety of camps for children of all ages – from sports and eco-adventures to geography, art, math, drama and much more. Registration is now open!

  • [Queen's students with parents]
    For Parents and Guardians

    Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen's.

Experience Queen's

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Class of 2020 – Register for SOAR

Registration for July's Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) for the incoming Class of '20! SOAR provides academic and resource support to first-year students and their families.