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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

February 2, 2015
Summer term enrolment begins for Distance students
February 17, 2015 to February 20, 2015
Reading Week
February 27, 2015
Last day to drop Part B of Fall-Winter and Winter Term courses without academic penalty

Taking Courses Online

Online courses are an interactive and engaging way to learn!

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I found that Dr. Griffith did an excellent job of using diagrams, sounds, and other factors to assist him in explaining an... Read More

What's New

January 28, 2015
We are happy to announce that the prerequisite for BIOL 103: Introductory Biology of Organisms has been... Read More


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RT @sidneyeve: Tools for Digital Scholars: 101 Innovations in Academic Communication Thx @PhMai
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RT @queensualumni: #TBT: The Harry Potter room hasn't changed much in 90 years-just some new lighting on the desks & ceiling #Queensu http:


1 day 5 hours ago
Today is #BellLetsTalk day. Let's break down the stigma associated with mental illness. #EndTheStigma

Read how five guidelines written by Queen's professor Heather Stuart to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness was turned into national advertising campaign for Bell Let's Talk.


5 hours 23 min ago

Online French course for beginners this summer @queensu. FRST 105: Reading French.