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 now alum Victoria Ross. Picture taken downtown Kingston.

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

July 28, 2014 to August 1, 2014
Open course selection for Fall, Fall-Winter and Winter classes
July 30, 2014 to August 1, 2014
Exam Period (May-July Session)
August 12, 2014
July-August Classes End

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Online courses are an interactive and engaging way to learn!

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What's New

July 14, 2014
The Queen's Arts and Science Online | Continuing and Distance Studies team is growing! We are looking to hire... Read More

Twitter

14 hours 45 min ago
hi @amgurza1. Queen's has an Accessibility Hub service. They might be able to provide you w/info. Here is their link: http://t.co/e7TSupaJtu
16 hours 7 min ago
RT @jennifer_grass: COU (@OntUniv) has released its 2013 Annual Report! Read about how we're serving Ontario universities: http://t.co/4D5D

Facebook

21 hours 3 min ago
If you use a tablet to take notes during lecture, check out Bamboo Paper, a free digital notebook app. It is available for iOS, Android, Windows 8 and Kindle Fire OS: http://ow.ly/zFLRd Or if you have other free app recommendations for digital note-taking, please let us know by commenting below!


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20 hours 48 min ago

Bamboo Paper is a free digital note-taking app for tablets that is is available for iOS, Android, Windows 8 and Kindle Fire OS.