Student Health Services
If you have an ongoing health condition and will require involvement with our on-campus family physicians, including prescriptions for medication, contact your family doctor or previous post-secondary institution health service to arrange a transfer of pertinent health records (including immunization records) to Queen’s Student Health.
If you have seen a counselor in the past, and anticipate that you may want to see a personal counsellor at Queen's, please contact the Counselling Service to get more information about the counselling services available on campus and to discuss transfer of information from your previous counsellor.
(613) 533-6000, ext 78264
Disability Services Office
If you have received academic accommodations at a previous post-secondary institution due to a documented disability, please contact Queen's Disability Services Office to discuss your accommodation needs.
Missing Persons, Wellness or Status Checks
Queen's Campus Security and Emergency Services can be called upon to assist with locating members of the Queen's community for whom others have lost contact or have grown concerned for the safety and well-being of the person being sought.
The Queen's Emergency Report Centre is available 24 hours a day at 613-533-6080 (non-emergency), 613-533-6111 (emergency) or by using a Blue Light Emergency Phone.
For this and other information about services and programs available through Queen's Campus Security and Emergency Services, please visit:
Urgent Care Closed
Urgent Care is now closed until September, please call #613-533-2506 to book an appointment.
Notice from the Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services
The Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services (FCMHAS) Crisis Lines number may not be accessible to some callers phoning from cellular phone devices. Click here for more information.
The Counselling Service at Queen's University offers training to practicum students, interns and practicing professionals in the areas of clinical and counselling psychology. Click here for more information.
Students put creative stamp on mental health training
Counselling Services Wellness Skills Series
The Counselling Services Wellness Skills Programme is a series of time limited, often single session workshops to facilitate wellness and stress management.
The Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC) has a new website: queensu.ca/rarc
Support Services for students in distress
Please click here for more information.
Queen's Substance-Free Social Club
The SFSC is a way to have fun without the use of alcohol, drugs or other substances and is open to anyone as long as they are substance-free while participating in club events. Join us on Facebook or email email@example.com for more information.
Student Health 101
Online health and wellness magazine available for all Queen's students. For the current issue, click here.
Supervisory Relationships at Graduate School
Please note the Counselling Service direct telephone number is: 613-533-6000 ext. 78264
Students in Distress
How You Can Identify and Help Students in Distress: