If a student coming to residence has any accessibility needs, they should fill out a special consideration form (signed by their doctor) along with their application. If you have special needs that require physical accommodation or building adaptation, Queen’s Residence will meet your needs to the best of their ability, provided that you communicate these accommodations to them well in advance of your arrival. Special needs may include disabilities such as mobility, vision or hearing impairments.
Some students who have parents or family members with disabilities who would like to visit throughout the year can also be considered for residence buildings that have wheelchair access. Contact the Manager of Residence Admissions: Contact Information
If you have a service animal please view the residence policy on service animals.
New Residence Construction
Queen’s Housing & Hospitality is excited to announce construction of two new residences on campus–one located on Leonard Field and the other at the corner of Albert and Stuart streets. Regular updates and building information on the Queen’s Housing & Hospitality website. These new residences will include many accessible rooms and features.
You can watch the progress at the following pages:
Queen's Counselling Services
Contact the Counselling Service at Health, Counselling and Disability Services or at (613)533-6000 x78264 to make an appointment with an experienced professional counsellor for confidential crisis support or 1:1 counselling.
Outreach Counsellor for residences, Victoria Hall, Leonard Hall, Gordon/Brockington Houses, Morris Hall, Waldron Tower
|(613) 533-6000 Ext. 78034|
Outreach Counsellor for residences, Adelaide, Ban Righ, Chown Hall, Jean Royce Hall, Watts Hall, Leggett Hall, McNeill House, Harkness Hall, Graduate Residence (JDUC)
|(613) 533-6000 Ext. 78330|
Below are tables of information on the accessibility features of some residence rooms by building, room type, and room number.
Below is a table of information listing which residence rooms contain visual fire alarms.
|Manager, Residence Admissions|
|Victoria Hall, Queen’s University|