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Photograph of Ontario Hall building covered in ivy reflecting Fall colors of red and orange. Picture taken on Queen's University campus in Kingston, Ontario.
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Queen's Student Heather Nash outside of Grant Hall following her convocation ceremony in November 2012.
Queen's Student Ian Robbins outside of Grant Hall following his convocation ceremony in June 2014.
Queen's alum Victoria Ross. Picture taken downtown Kingston, Ontario.

Why Queen's?

Queen's offers high-quality, transferable courses, flexible online degrees, and interactive and engaging programs. Our helpful staff will guide you to make the right choices for you.

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Upcoming Key Dates

July 15, 2015 to July 31, 2015
Enrolment appointments for distance students begin in SOLUS
July 29, 2015
Summer Term (July-August) Academic Drop Deadline
July 29, 2015 to July 31, 2015
Summer Term (May-July) Exam Period

Taking Courses Online

Online courses are an interactive and engaging way to learn!

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Students are Saying...

At the start of the term I had some trepidation in taking this course at age 58, after so many years away from school, and... Read More

What's New

July 9, 2015
We are happy to announce that we have added nine new online course offerings for the upcoming Academic Year... Read More

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10 hours 5 min ago
Watch Dr. James Carson from the Dept. of History at #QueensU as he explains the concept of “indigeneity”... http://t.co/sWegzcDh9U
10 hours 6 min ago
RT @queensprincipal: thanks to @QueensITS staff for working hard yesterday and overnight to remedy the widespread service outage. Almost all systems now restored

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Exams for our summer term students begin next week! Here are some study tips to help you prepare.

Exam Study Tip #1: START NOW
While some students do seem to thrive on last-minute 'cramming', it's widely accepted that for most of us, this is not the best way to approach an exam. Set out a timetable for your study…then organize your study accordingly.

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16 hours 31 min ago

Summer Term Study Tip #4: STUDYING AT NIGHT VS. DAY There are some people who get more out of studying at night while others find the best time to study to be the morning or the afternoon. Here are some of the pros, cons, and tips for each time of the day. What time of day works best for you? Source: http://bit.ly/ExamTip4