Accessibility Information for Visitors
Travelling as a person with a disability requires a lot of planning and organization. Whether you are coming to Queen's University for a visit, tour, Homecoming, or a convocation ceremony many resources are available to assist you make accessible arrangements for your visit to Queen's.
Access Champions are volunteers recruited from the Occupational Therapy Program. Their role is to provide assistance with your accessibility needs during your campus visit and address accessibility issues as they arise and to work towards ensuring that everyone has the best possible visit to Queen's. To arrange this service for your visit to Queen's University, please fill out the Access Champions Accessibility Request Form.
Weekly guided tours are available for the Queen's Campus and a great way to experience the university. Please note that with enough advance notice, we can accommodate most special requests (e.g. wheel chair, assistive-listening devices, accessibility assistance, sign-language interpreters, etc.). For inquires please contact email@example.com.
Visitor and Information Centre
Provides maps and literature for Queen's and Kingston. Please contact ahead of time to confirm operating times.
|At the main Union Street entrance of the John Deutsch University Centre|
|Please note: that the Union Street entrance is not wheelchair accessible. Use the accessible west-side entrance of the John Deutsch Centre.|
Accessible travel to, from and within Kingston
Accessible Parking around the Queen's campus
Accessibility information for attending Convocation
Accessibility information for attending Homecoming
Plan an accessible route through campus. Accessible entrances, facilities & features.