Please enable javascript to view this page in its intended format.

Queen's University

Support services available to the Queen's community

Queen's University Student Support Services

Queen's University, Faculty of Arts and Science Student Affairs

Queen's University P.A.S.S. (Peer Academic Support Service for 1st Year Arts and Science Students)

  • PASS offers non-judgemental and confidential academic counselling for first year Arts and Science students. No appointment is necessary, just drop in and chat with a Peer Advisor! If you don't feel like leaving your room, you can always e-mail your questions to or post a question on WebCT (we are in the process of implementing this) and a Peer Advisor will reply promptly.

Queen's University Health, Counselling, and Disability Services:

  • Mission: The Health, Counselling and Disability Services department supports the personal, academic and social development of students at Queen's University by providing a range of programmes and services appropriate to their needs, and by participating in associated activities. Our mission is to provide a welcoming, confidential and integrated service that is responsive to the needs of students. In our work we seek to:
    1. respect the individuality, dignity and diversity of people who seek our assistance
    2. accept feedback from members of the community
    3. open the way for students to avail themselves of the richness and diversity of the university experience.
  • Health, Counselling, and Disability Resources:

The Writing Centre at Queen's University

  • Since 1986, the Writing Centre has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of academic writing at Queen's. Seminars and workshops, credit courses, and one-on-one tutorials are designed to support students in thinking and writing effectively in all disciplines, at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Learning Strategies Development at Queen's University

Learning Strategies Development is an academic support service designed for the use of Queen's University undergraduate and graduate students, teaching and support staff, and parents.

Queen's University Exambank

Queen's University Student Affairs - Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Queen's Day Care Centre

Queen's University Student Affairs - Office of the Chaplain

Queen's University International Centre (QUIC)

Queen's University Athletics and Recreation

Queen's University Town-Gown Relations

Queen's University Student Affairs - Career Services

Ontario Public Interest Research Group Kingston - The Grey House:

Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science - Student Orientation

Queen’s Learning Commons

Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP)

Queen’s University Library

Queen's University Library comprises six libraries in well-equipped facilities. The libraries are Stauffer Library (Humanities and Social Sciences), Douglas Library (Engineering and Science), W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library, Lederman Law Library, Bracken Health Sciences Library and the Education Library. It has research collections exceeding 7 million items, access to more than 37,000 electronic journals and 500 databases. The libraries serve the learning, teaching and research needs of the undergraduates, graduates, faculty and researchers in a variety of fields. Come to a Queen's library or visit us on-line at

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000