Picture of the Grant Hall clock tower at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario surrounded by trees whose leaves turned red during the Fall season.
Queen's Student Heather Nash outside of Grant Hall following her convocation ceremony in November 2012.
Queen's Student Ian Robbins outside of Grant Hall following his convocation ceremony in June 2014.
Queen's alum Victoria Ross. Picture taken downtown Kingston, Ontario.

Why Queen's?

Queen's offers high-quality, transferable courses, flexible online degrees, and interactive and engaging programs. Our helpful staff will guide you to make the right choices for you.

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Upcoming Key Dates

October 31, 2014
Last day to change exam centre location for off-campus Fall Term exams
October 31, 2014
Last Day to Drop Fall Term Courses Without Academic Penalty
November 28, 2014
Fall Term classes end

Taking Courses Online

Online courses are an interactive and engaging way to learn!

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Students are Saying...

I loved this course (CISC 121) and I loved Dr. Powley. I have learned a great deal about programming compared to what I knew... Read More

What's New

October 20, 2014
Our team is growing and we are looking to hire an Instructional Designer to work closely with undergraduate... Read More

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RT @jillscott68: Ellis Hall Active Learning Classrooms are being celebrated on October 27, 12:30 in Ellis 319. All are welcome! @queensu @Q

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6 hours 49 min ago
For our #TuesdayTip we would like to introduce you to Prezi, an interactive tool that can help make your presentation more engaging. Check the Prezi tutorials on YouTube: http://ow.ly/D3B3U

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The future of education lies in the effective collaboration of technology, pedagogy and system change, argue the authors of Alive in the Swamp: Assessing Digital Innovation in Education.