The Alma Mater Society (AMS) is the central undergraduate student government of Queen’s. It’s the oldest student government in Canada, and the only one owned and operated solely by students.
As a $12 million not-for-profit corporation, the AMS provides representation, resources and support to more than 13,000 full and part-time students, as well as numerous job and leadership opportunities.
Whether you’re interested in working at a campus bar, volunteering for the Queen’s Feminist Review, producing a television show, or joining a club (over 400 to choose from!), we’re sure you’ll find your fit with help from the AMS.
Queen’s offers practically every club imaginable – well, at least 400 of them.
Not a day goes by on campus without a practice, performance, conference or competition taking place. Our student clubs enhance what you learn in the classroom – and give you the chance to embrace your passions.
From Amnesty International and Oxfam to Urban Snowboarding and Students of Speculative Realms – there’s probably a club for you. If there isn’t, we can help you create one.