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Queen's University
 

Engineering Orientation

Engineering Orientation Week is a fun-filled week designed to introduce incoming Engineering and Applied Science students to the "renowned spirit and unrivalled excellence" that Queen's engineering is known for. Skills and traditions are taught by the devoted FRECs through a variety of activities that test the endurance, teamwork, and enthusiasm of the incoming class.

Events such as Highland Games, Thundermugs, and the coveted Grease Pole are planned throughout the year and are entirely student organized.

While all events are optional, we strongly suggest all incoming students attend and see what they are all about! Eng Frosh Week is truly a fun-filled week on campus and certainly not one you will want to miss!

Check it out at http://engsoc.queensu.ca/froshweek/.

If you have any questions, feel free to email the Orientation Chair, Stephan Dobri, at oc@engsoc.queensu.ca.

Engineering Frosh Moshing

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000