Student Conduct

Student Conduct

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Student Support Services

Counselling: Student Wellness Services

Counselling Services provides a range of programs and services for students in need, including short-term counselling geared to resolving personal difficulties, and dealing with crises and distressing situations.

In addition to the central service, there are embedded counsellors in residence and several faculties/schools

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Four Directions Aboriginal Centre is a home away from home for Indigenous students and a site of information and support for the broader Queen's community.

Human Rights Office

Queen's Human Rights Office can provide confidential advice related to human rights and equity, and become involved in human rights dispute resolution if requested by complainants.

Office of the Chaplain

The Office of the Interfaith Chaplain provides a number of services for students, including counselling in times of crisis.

Office of the University Ombudsman

​The mandate of the University Ombudsman is to provide independent, impartial, and confidential advice. This may include facilitating the informal resolution of concerns and complaints in support of university policies and procedures and in accordance with best practices in organizational conflict management.

​Queen's Legal Aid

Queen’s Legal Aid provides legal services to low-income Queen’s University students, St. Lawrence College students, and low-income residents of Kingston, Napanee and surrounding areas.

Queen's University International Centre

Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) is a support service for all members of the Queen's community and, through its activities, promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive learning environment.

Rector

The Rector acts as an adviser for students in grievance procedures, serving as a personal support throughout these proceedings and ensuring that each student is afforded due process

Residences

Residence Student Conduct Office
resrules@queensu.ca
Phone: 613-533-6000 x 78102 and x79015
Location: Victoria Hall, Rooms 101C and 102C
Web: ResRules

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Queen’s University is committed to providing non-judgmental sexual violence support and response.

Barb Lotan
Sexual Violence Education and Prevention Coordinator
Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
bjl7@queensu.ca
Phone: 613-533-6330
Location: B502 Mackintosh-Corry Hall (Monday to Friday 8:30-4:30)

Ban Righ Centre

Through the Student Services program at the Ban Righ Centre, student advisors provide friendly and helpful personal support and up-to-date information on university and community resources.
Phone: 613-533-2976
Location: 32 Bader Lane

Student Government: AMS and SGPS

Information for Parents and Guardians

Parents and guardians are NOT informed by the university of a complaint of non-academic discipline that is made against a student under the Code of Conduct.

Students who would like the university to release information relating to non-academic misconduct to a parent or guardian must provide the university with express consent in writing from their Queen's e-mail.