- I need to some accommodations in class and on exams due to my disability. Where do I go?
- Are there wheelchair accessible rooms in residence?
- Is my service animal allowed in residence?
- As a person with a disability can I participate in Orientation Week/Frosh?
- Who do I talk to about special dietary requirements?
- I use a mobility device and getting around campus during the winter months can be challenging. Who can I talk to about snow removal?
- Can I get an accessible parking space?
- Are there supports for Graduate Students?
- I have questions regarding technology that can help me. Who do I ask?
- Are there counselling and health services for students?
- Is there somewhere that can help me with my academic skills?
Students are encouraged to register with the Queen's Student Accessibility Service (QSAS) to receive academic accommodations.
Yes. Please see the Residence section for a listing of rooms and their accessibility features. For more information contact the Manager, Residence Admissions | (613) 533-2550 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Victoria Hall, Queen’s University
Yes. Queen’s University’s policy permits service animals that assist students with physical, mental and/or sensory disabilities at Queen’s related functions both on and off campus, including foodservice areas. Please view Queens Residence: Service Animal Policy (PDF 332KB)
Yes you can. Please see the "Orientation" section for details on accessibility for Orientation/Frosh week. For more information please contact the Orientation Roundtable Coordinator | 613-533-6000 x 74819 | email@example.com
Who to contact depends on where you require the snow removal. Detailed snow removal information and who to contact.
Parking permits are available through the Parking Department of Physical Plant Services (PPS). For students with a disability, Queen’s parking can also arrange for a designated accessible parking space for permit holders who have an Ontario Accessible Parking Permit issued by the Ministry of Transportation may be issued a parking permit regardless of their zone of residence.
Yes. Supports may be explored through the Queen's Student Accessibility Service (QSAS) and The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS). Please see the "Grad Students with Disabilities" section for more information.
If you're experience problems with your tablet/laptop or have general questions regarding Queen's wireless or email account please go to ITServices Support Centre in the QLC in Stauffer Library Monday to Friday, 9am - 12:00 noon, 1:00pm - 4:00pm. If you have questions regarding adaptive technology you can direct inquiries to Anne Newman, Adaptive Technologist, located in the Adaptive Technology Centre, Stauffer Library.
Yes. Student Wellness Services are located in the LaSalle Building.
Yes. The Queen's Learning Commons (QLC) is both a hub of services supporting formal academic programs, and a meeting place within Stauffer Library. It encompasses physical and online environments accommodating different approaches to learning. The QLC provides resources, workshops and seminars, and one-on-one professional consultations for students who want to enhance or develop skills. QLC website