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Why did distance students choose Queen's?
Whatever your next step is, we'll help you get there.
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Our Students

Queen's Online student James Hazlett

James Daniel Hazlett

Degree pursued: Interest student, Applying into Hon. BSci economics

How did you hear about Queen’s online options, and what made you choose Queen’s?

A high-school teacher actually recommending starting as an interest student. Queens was close and alumni from my family indicated the value of...

Balamane Saad

Courses taken: PHAR 100, PHGY 170, PHAR 270, BCHM 270, MICR 270

What surprised you the most about online learning?

What surprised me is the convenience it gave me as a mature student. I don't have to be in a classroom to learn and all is done online.
David Laflamme

David Laflamme

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (History)

Take a moment to introduce yourself – what you do/where you live/family/how long have you been working, etc.?

At age 62 I am a proud father of two grown up children. I have had a varied career having earned my living as a...

Carrie Dean

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

What made you decide to pursue online learning?

I have always known that secretarial work is not for me. Due to circumstances, however, it was the job that best suited me eight years ago. I completed a college-level course...
student Donovan Gopaul playing guitare

Donovan Gopaul

Degree pursued: Religious Studies

What are your hopes/dreams/ambitions after your courses/program?

To upload myself to the cloud.

Brittnay Boomhower

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

What made you decide to pursue online learning?

I decided to pursue online learning so I could obtain my degree while still working full-time. Studying online has allowed me to still have a healthy balance of work and a...
Tammy Flores - Queen's BA student online

Tammy Flores

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Global Development Studies)
Courses taken: A Writing course, Devs 100 and Econ 112 so far.

What made you decide to pursue online learning?

With the death of my boss, I had to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up because my job would eventually come to an end. I always wanted to get a degree, however,...

Mercedes Samuel

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Global Development Studies)

Take a moment to introduce yourself – what you do/where you live/family/how long have you been working, etc.?

My name is Mercedes Samuel and previously I worked in television and hosted several shows on Rogers TV. I'm in...
Queen's online student Erica Gough leaning against a wall with textbooks

Erica Gough

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

What made you decide to pursue online learning?

I decided to pursue online learning for a couple of reasons, the first being that going back to school after having been graduated for 2 years was very daunting. Something...
Brittany Lovelock

Brittany Lovelock

Courses taken: FILM 240, 260, FREN P16, P17, MUSC 171, PHAR 100, WRIT 125. SOC 122A and SOC 122N

What’s your favourite course since you’ve started taking online courses with us?

My favourite course so far has been MUSC 171 – Social History of Popular Music. The professor was fun, engaging and very helpful. I found MUSC...
Nur Kanaan

Nur Kanaan

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Take a moment to introduce yourself – what you do/where you live/family/how long have you been working, etc.?

It’s a bit complicated, but I’m an American citizen who was born and, for the most part, raised in Saudi Arabia....
Annic Lavertu Queen's online student

Annic Lavertu

Courses taken: FILM 260: Digital Media theory and trends

What surprised you the most about online learning?

Online interaction with other students, I did feel I was part of a group even if I was studying from home
Online student with puppy

Robin McKenzie Haines

Degree pursued: Bachelor of Arts (Global Development Studies)

How did you hear about Queen’s online options, and what made you choose Queen’s?

I was searching for an Indigenous studies program in Ontario. I really liked what Queen’s had to offer.
Holly Picard - online student - with her kids

Holly Picard

Courses taken: HIST260

How did you hear about Queen’s online options, and what made you choose Queen’s?

One of my colleagues mentioned that as she was pursuing her degree completion from the Royal Military College of Canada, that she did a double...