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!

How It Works

Students are Saying...

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

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

Twitter

14 hours 11 min ago
RT @SASS_WC: 1st & 2nd years: we offer 20-minute appointments with our Peer Writing Assistants on Sat., 10:30am - 12pm. Sign-up sheet at SA
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The Top Eight Things You Need To Know About Online Education via @Forbes http://t.co/AGZtKjGsWc #edtechchat #elearning #cdnpse

Facebook

17 hours 42 min ago
Check out this article from Forbes on the 8 things you need to know about online learning.

One of our favourite facts listed in the article: "Some 30 years of research, including that of the U.S. Department of Education, has found no evidence that online learning is qualitatively inferior to that obtained in a traditional classroom."

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12 hours 17 min ago

Check out this awesome list of 45 tools to create quizzes or polls in your classroom.