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Queen's University

Incoming Undergraduate Students

[Queen's Bands] May 2014 Checklist

In May, you really only have one thing to do:


In the month of May, we have a few things going on to help you make your decision:

Your Checklist



Visit Queen's

We always say that the university you choose should feel like home. Why not visit Queen's and see if it is a 'fit'. Visit our Campus Tour page to register for a tour.



As soon as possible

Apply for Residence

If you have already said 'YES' to Queen's, the next step you should take is to apply for Residence (if that's where you want to live) and arrange to send your residence deposit. Get it done now and your June Checklist will be shorter!   


Note:Students who will be going to the Bader International Study Centre do not have to apply for residence.


June 9


Connect With Us

If you haven't done so already, make sure you connect with Queen's on FacebookYou will find new students, current students, faculty, staff and alumni all ready to help you find your way at Queen's!  


You can also connect with services and communities for international students through Queen's University International Centre (QUIC)'s Facebook pageand email list.


The Registration Assistants in the Faculty of Arts & Science office have created a Facebook page dedicated to guiding incoming Queen's Arts & Science students through course registration, navigating SOLUS, and creating your schedule! Be sure to give the page a LIKE to receive updates on important deadlines regarding registration and course enrolment and to have your questions answered by qualified staff. Congratulations on your acceptance!


If you are an International Student:

Apply for a study permit. The Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) is happy to answer your questions about this.


Visit their Studying in Canada page for more information.


QUIC also provides lots of other useful pre-arrival informationfor international students and those that are new to Canada.

As soon as possible

Are you a student with a disability?

If you are a student with a disability, for which you need academic accommodations, you will need to register with the Disability Services Office.  Please complete the Pre-registration for Intake Appointment form and submit it along with documentation of your disability to our office.  You will be contacted by our office to arrange an appointment.


Please note: Students with learning disabilities or attention deficit hyperactivity disorders will need to send in updated psycho-educational assessments well in advance to ensure that the documentation is reviewed by our Advisors prior to arranging an appointment.


For more information on documentation requirements for these disabilities and others please visit our website.


As soon as possible, and definitely before you get here.

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