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Queen's University

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Monitoring your academic progress

Students are advised to contact Margaret Maliszewska at for any questions related to your academic progress.

  • Monitoring your Queen's e-mail

Students are responsible for checking their Queen's e-mail regularly. We rely on e-mail as a way of contacting students with information about upcoming events and deadlines.

Warning: You may miss critical news or communications if your e-mail is not getting through to you.

  • Updating your contact information

Students are required to update their contact information on SOLUS regularly. Make sure to include your mailing address and telephone number for the summer.

  • Requesting letters of reference

Students are advised to request letters of reference at least 10 working days in advance of the deadline. Make sure to provide your intended referees with all the necessary materials, including:

  • reference form (if any)
  • your resume
  • your statement of interest (for academic reference letters)
  • a clear statement about the program to which you are applying
    (for graduate program and grant applications)
  • the address to which the reference letter should be sent
  • a completed and signed Reference Letter Request Form.
  • Directed Readings in Linguistics

LING 501/3.0 Directed Readings in Linguistics is intended for upper-year Linguistics students wishing to carry out an in-depth study of a specific area in Linguistics. The course is only available as a concentration course, not as an elective.

Steps to registration:

Students wishing to take this course should approach the intended Supervisor before the end of classes in the preceding term. (Faculty may be away from their e-mail during holidays and the summer). Next meet with the Undergraduate Chair to obtain permission to do the course. Finally, submit you completed Academic Change Form signed by your Supervisor and by the Undergraduate Chair to Undergraduate Studies (Room F-200, Mac-Corry Hall), or to Margaret Maliszewska in the Main Office (Kingston Hall, Room 416).The usual (pre-) registration deadlines apply.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000