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Student Affairs Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

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Queen's University Native Student Association

The QNSA is an AMS ratified university club compromised of a diverse group of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students that share an interest in Aboriginal cultures and traditions. Undergraduates, graduates and professional students are all represented in the QNSA.

The QNSA functions as a forum for students to discuss contemporary and historic issues pertaining to Aboriginal peoples and cultures.

Equity Office Aboriginal Review (2011)
Queen’s has an obligation to ensure the ability of Aboriginal persons to fully participate as equal partners in the development of Post-Secondary systems that meet their needs as expressed by Aboriginal persons themselves. It was therefore imperative to establish and maintain a forum that provided an Aboriginal voice to the Review from the onset, from the development of the review process itself to the discussion and formulation of recommendations.
Student Awards (Financial Aid) From University Registrar. Students who are exploring financial aid options can click on either the Future Students tab or the Current Students tab for a listing of all the programs available to them.
Career Services

Career Services is committed to helping students enhance their awareness, action and accountability in making informed career decisions helping students connect with employers, educators and alumni who highlight opportunities for them

    Health, Counselling and Disability Services
    The Health, Counselling and Disability Services department supports the personal, academic and social development of students at Queen's University by providing a range of programmes and services appropriate to their needs, and by participating in associated activities
    Alma Mater Society (AMS)

    The Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University (AMS) is Canada’s oldest undergraduate student government. Its constitution takes precedence over all other student societies and organizations to which its members may belong. The AMS was incorporated in 1969 as a non-profit organization without share capital. Undergraduates obtain membership upon paying the mandatory student activity fee along with their tuition.


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