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Queen's University


February 2014 Newsletter

Whether you are skating on one of Kingston's public skating rinks, or watching the snow fall, from a comfortable seat in The Tea Room everyone agrees that winter is beautiful at Queen's!

Still working on your PSE?

If you are working at perfecting your PSE, you may find these resources helpful:

In order to put yourself in the best position for an offer of admission, you should aim to submit your PSE by February 15. We will accept PSEs until March 1.

PSEs received after the March 1 deadline will be considered for subsequent offers of admission.

March Break Open House: March 15, 2014

We have a very informative and exciting open house program planned and look forward to welcoming you to campus! This is your opportunity to talk to faculty, staff and students and see what it’s REALLY like to be a Queen’s student! (Read More)

It’s time to think about Queen’s Admission Bursaries

An admission bursary is a non-repayable grant, based on your financial need. If you are considering applying for government student financial assistance (OSAP, Provincial/Territorial Student Assistance) to help finance your Queen’s education, you should also apply for an admission bursary. The Admission Bursary Application is available on SOLUS.

Don’t forget to apply for provincial/territorial government student financial assistance. You will find links to each Provincial/Territorial Student Assistance Program on the Queen’s Student Awards website.

If you have questions about financing your Queen’s education, please contact the Student Awards Office:

When will you hear from Queen's?

We won’t review or assess your application until your file is complete. How do you know when your file is complete? Review your To Do List regularly on SOLUS. As you complete each item, it will be removed from your To Do List. That means the sooner you complete your application, the sooner we can begin to evaluate your application.

Admission decisions are made, on an ongoing basis, through until late May. All applicants will receive a decision on their application(s) prior to May 16. Applications are assessed individually. That means the timing of admission decisions will vary from program to program.

What if I have applied to more than one program at Queen’s?

If you have applied to more than one program at Queen’s, you may not have an admission decision from us on both programs at the same time. Each application is assessed on its own merit and it is not uncommon to receive offers to multiple programs.

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