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  • [graduating students]
    Spring Convocation 2016

    Celebrating the academic accomplishments of Queen's newest alumni! Ceremonies take place May 19 to June 10

  • [The Agnes in spring]
    Agnes Etherington Art Centre

    The Agnes is offering extended hours during convocation (May 19 – June 10). Admission is now free!

  • [Families taking a tour of campus]
    Class of 2020 – Register for SOAR

    Attend the Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) and meet upper-year students, tour residences, learn about resources, and more!

  • [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.

  • [Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership]
    New Professional Program

    The Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering is now accepting applications for the Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership program.

  • [student working at computer]
    Bachelor of Health Sciences

    This new degree is offered online and provides students with excellent preparation for advanced studies in the health professions.

  • [quiet writing time]
    Quiet Writing Time

    These Friday mornings are set aside in the Stauffer Fireplace Room for faculty and post-docs to quietly write. Upcoming dates: May 27, June 24

  • [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!

  • [accessible entrance]
    Accessibility at Queen's

    Are you a person with disabilities coming to Queen's for a visit? Many resources are available for you to help make arrangements.

Experience Queen's

[grad students at Elbow Lake]
Resources for Graduate Students

The School of Graduate Studies provides several resources and programs for living well and staying well in grad school.