Student Affairs provides you with a broad range of support services from your first point of contact with the university through to graduation. At Queen's, you are never alone. We have many offices dedicated to helping you learn, think and do.
Our welcoming living and learning environment offers the programs and services you need to be successful, both academically and personally. And Queen's wants you to succeed!
Plan to attend our Summer Orientation 2013 in July
Check the 2013 dates for your faculty SOAR program and start planning your July day on campus!
Class of '17 - Register now for Summer Orientation in July!
Before you arrive:
Next Steps - a monthly checklist
check in, housing, non-traditional, meal plan, on campus, room, traditional
Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources
access, accessibility, accommodation, assistive technology, disability, exam support, note taking
When you get here:
student records, picking classes, registration, grades, marks, GPA, probation, dismissal
programs, requirements, course catalogue, regulations
Cardio, exercise, fitness, Gaels, gym, intramurals, pool, recreation, train, varsity, weight, yoga
Academic Success Services / Learning Commons
books, clothing, frames, grad rings, merchandise, textbooks
career, interview, job, internship, on campus, part time, resume, student
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
appointments, clinic, flu, nurse, prescriptions, referrals, sick notes. anxiety, counseling, crisis, depression, learning disabilities, stress, relationships.
international, exchange, health plan, housing, immigration, orientation, study permit, visa, ESL
support services for students in distress, safety resources, SeQure mobile app, emergency planning, health and wellbeing
engagement, involvement, leadership, on campus jobs, student life, volunteer, paid, volunteer
The Green Card is a quick and easy reference for those in need of mental health services and for those looking to help a friend or colleague. Get yours here!