Starting in January Until otherwise advised, this is the procedure to ensure you can start your program on time. If any new details come to hand we will post on the site. Please keep checking back to ensure nothing has changed.
Step 1 - Reply to our offer of admission
- It is important that you reply to our offer of admission. If you have not already done so, please reply to our offer through the online application site.
: For those of you entering the Master's programs in Occupational or Physical Therapy, you would have accepted an offer of admission through the Ontario University Application Centre, so you do not need to do anything further to accept our offer of admission
- Log in with your userid and password, and open this letter by clicking on the word "Offer" in the column marked "Status".
- Click the ‘Continue' button to proceed to our online response page, fill in the required information, and click ‘Submit'.
- The ‘Continue' button will NOT appear if you have already accepted our offer of admission at an earlier date.
- We would appreciate receiving your response as soon as possible and thank you for your co-operation.
Step 2 - Create NetID
- You will need to create your Queen's network login and password, and email address.
- The login is called your "NetID", and instructions on how to generate them can be found at: NetID Manager.
- You will need your Queen's student number to go through these processes.
- If you don't have your Student number, please call the School of Graduate Studies office at 1-613-533-6100. We cannot provide you with your student number by email, due to confidentiality requirements.
Step 3 - Arrange fee payments
- You must make fee payment arrangements prior to registration.
- For information please refer to the University Registrar's Tuition and Fees webpage.
- Full payment of winter tuition fees or fee payment arrangements must be made by January 1st, 2013.
- In order to pay tuition fees via the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PPL), you must enrol in the between December 8 and December 31, 2012.
- You must "self-enrol" via SOLUS for the payment plan (PPL) by December 31, 2012. Follow the instructions here: http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/currentstudents/fees/payment/preauth.html
- An additional administrative fee may apply if you are not registered on time.
- Please check the fee tables to see the amount owing for your program. If you have questions, a Fees Hotline is available at 613-533-6894. Information on fee payment methods is also available on the University Registrar's website.
Step 4 - Registering for courses
Graduate courses are normally selected in consultation with your supervisor and/or departmental graduate coordinator. For details on registration go to the Office of the University Registrar's
Please note: Awards will not be given out until your registration is complete.
Step 5 - Pick up PhotoID
New students should go to the Office of the University Registrar and get their photo taken and then their ID card.
Go to Gordon Hall, Room 125. NB:
Office Hours: Monday to Friday
September to May - 8:30 to 4:30 and
June to August - 8:30 to noon & 1:00 to 4:30.
This office is closed the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month until 10:00 am for staff meetings.
If you are a previous Queen’s student returning in a different school or faculty, you
require a new card, as you have changed faculties.
FYI: AODA-800 online course
All new graduate students shall receive mandatory training in accessible customer services, as required by the Government of Ontario, under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).
Queen's graduate students will satisfy the requirement by completing the online course created for this purpose, AODA-800 Accessible Customer Service Training.
Full details of registration for the course can be found at:http://www.queensu.ca/sgs/resource/sgscourses.html#accessible