Queen's University offers many different teaching styles, from conventional lecturing practices with a professor standing at the front of the class to interactive on-line learning.
Staff, faculty and students should be aware that if an accommodation is required, there are a number of resources available on campus, such as note-takers, an FM system for individuals who are hard of hearing, and recording or video-taping lectures.
Faculty and students must accept responsibility and take a role in confronting discrimination, injustice and inequity in the classroom. By taking an active stance against behaviours or materials that promote oppression or discrimination Queen's University can create an inclusive environment for critical, respectful and thoughtful discussion.
In a statement on the University Chaplain's website, the goal of the University with regard to respecting diversity is "Queen's recognizes the importance of religious and cultural diversity on the campus." The Queen's Strategic Plan states that as an institution, "We cherish and fully support the diversity of human experience and background at Queen's, and we actively foster the freedom of individuals to study, teach, work and carry out research without fear of harassment, intimidation of discrimination."