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Queen's University

Incoming Undergraduate Students

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Good Habits

Whether you are new to Queen’s, or are returning to continue your studies, there are simple things you can do in order to ensure a successful year.

  • Check your Queen’s e-mail on a regular basis – the University will only communicate with you via your Queen’s email account.

  • Check your student financial account often –whether you have a credit or an outstanding balance (e.g. tuition, student activity fees, residence fees, transcript charges, overdue library fees) your up-to-date account balances are available online through the SOLUS Student Center. 

  • Mark your calendar with important dates –registration and fee due dates, as well as sessional dates specific to your Faculty or School, are available anytime at

  • OSAP applicants, please check your online OSAP account throughout the summer to make sure that your OSAP application is complete and that all necessary documents have been provided to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Access your account at

Be Pro-Active!

In July, the registration process will begin. Registration consists of three steps and is not complete until all steps are finished:

Step 1 – Course Selection: Choosing your courses during your Enrollment Appointment time in July and/or having required courses loaded by your Faculty/School. 

Step 2 – Tuition and Student Assistance Levy payment: Paying your tuition and Student Assistance Levy by September 1.
Step 3 – Submit your photo for your Student Card: In July, you will receive an email in your inbox with details on how to submit your photo for your new Student Card. During orientation week  you will pick up your Photo ID card and have it validated. Make sure you have paid your tuition by September 1, or we won't be able to validate your card (and you won't be able to use it!).

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