Current Students with Disabilities
Do you have a newly diagnosed or newly acquired disability? Did you register with the Disabilities Services Office (DSO) last year? Are you studying at Queen's but not on campus?
If you believe you may require academic accommodations, both new and returning students, on campus, or distance students should contact the Disability Services Office (DSO). The DSO can assist you in connecting with those services, supports, and resources within the Queen's community.
Education, Training, and Awareness page lists many workshops and certificates offered at Queen's.
Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries
There is a range of financial assistance and services available to students with disabilities at Queen's. Students are strongly encouraged to contact the Disability Services Office.
Joubin/Selig Scholarship 2014
The Joubin/Selig Fund has established a Scholarship Award at the Toronto Community Foundation to provide financial assistance to post-secondary students in Ontario, with permanent physical (mobility) disabilities, who wish to pursue an education in their chosen field of study.
Student Government - The Alma Mater Society (AMS)
The Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University (AMS) is Canada’s oldest undergraduate student government. Its constitution takes precedence over all other student societies and organizations to which its members may belong. The AMS was incorporated in 1969 as a non-profit organization without share capital. Undergraduates obtain membership upon paying the mandatory student activity fee along with their tuition.
Social Issues Commission (SIC)
The Social Issues Commissioner’s position involves supporting committees, briefing and advising AMS Council on equity issues, holding workshops for the student body and AMS services, sitting on various University committees, advocating and lobbying for anti-oppression action with Queen’s Administration. They also maintain the SIC office and answer students’ questions.