Resources for Parents and Guardians of Students
As your student begins studying at Queen’s, he/she will engage in a journey marked by intellectual and personal growth that will shape the rest of his/her life – a truly exciting, fun, challenging, sometimes frightening, exhilarating, self-defining adventure!
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.
Please contact email@example.com with your questions.
From Move-In Day to Convocation: Keeping You Connected
- Is your student looking for housing options?
- Please submit your Family Contact Form to receive communications relevant to family members of Queen's students
- Find out more about Bounce Back and other Academic Advising services for students at Queen's
- Sign up for Campus Connection, a monthly e-mail from Queen's residences
- Wondering about important dates? Review Sessional Dates for your student's faculty
Residence is Alcohol-Free from Move-in through Orientation
Queen's University is dedicated to supporting student health, safety and success.
To foster an inclusive and positive environment where students may feel most welcome and capable of developing meaningful connections with each other, Queen's Residences is alcohol-free during Orientation week, from Move-In Day to the first day of classes.
- Undergraduate Admission
- Office of the University Registrar: fees, schedules, sessional dates
- Office of the University Registrar: Parent FAQs
- Incoming Students - Next Steps
- Academic Calendars: course descriptions, regulations, key dates
- Financial assistance/student awards
- Income tax forms
- Health and dental insurance
- Submit your Family Contact Form
- Students in Crisis Service Listing
- Safety and Security / Emergency Service Listing
- Student Health 101: The Parent Perspective" published monthly by Health, Counselling and Disability Services. There is also a student issue
- Queen's Learning Commons
- QSuccess: A first-year experience program
- Learning Strategies Development: learning and study skills support
- Information on student development for parents and guardians
- Adaptive Technology Centre
- Academic Integrity
- Student Academic Success Services
- Writing Centre
- Accessibility Hub
- Bounce Back for Arts & Science Students
The Parent's Guide to Queen's Engineering (PDF 3.2 MB)
(available from the Engineering and Applied Science Prospective Student site)