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Office of the University Registrar - July 2020 Newsletter

Dates and Deadlines

  • July 6                     Graduate Students: Payment Plan Payment withdrawal.
  • July 24                  Final 2020-21 Fall/Winter timetable posted in SOLUS
  • July 31-Aug 3       Exams for May-July 12 week courses.
  • August 3              You can add courses to your shopping cart! See below for details


Your email address

As a Queen’s student, you will receive a personal email address. This will be the means by which the University will contact you with important information on dates, deadlines and things you will need to make your academic year a success.


Course selection begins!

Add courses to your shopping cart! Your course selection become official after your Enrollment appointment begins.  Appointments begin on August 10. Learn more.


What do I need to do to receive my Photo ID student card and when will I receive it?

The last step of your registration is to obtain a photo ID student card.  In July please watch for an email at your email account providing details of how to submit your photo.  Your student card will be mailed to you in the fall.


Graduate Students: Monthly Payment Plan Payments – Don’t forget!

PPL payments will come out on the 5th of each month from June to August.  The next withdrawal will be on July 6th because July 5th is on a weekend.  Contact if you have any questions, or need to be removed from the payment plan.


Don’t Delay! Apply for government student financial assistance through your province of residence!

Links to all provinces/territories in Canada can be found on the Student Awards web site here.

2020-2021 OSAP: 

  • The 2020-2021 Full-time OSAP application is available. For information about OSAP refer to Government Student Aid - OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) on the Financial Aid section of our website. You may also go to the OSAP website for additional information.
  • Undergraduate students, JD and MD students do NOT report any scholarships, bursaries, or awards received from Queen's University on their OSAP application.  Queen's University will be reporting all undergraduate scholarships/awards/bursaries to OSAP via another reporting mechanism.
  • Graduate students must report their graduate scholarships and awards received from Queen's University (i.e., Queen's Graduate Award etc.).  Please Note:  Financial need-based assistance (i.e., General Bursary assistance) is NOT reported on the OSAP application.
  •  For information about reporting awards on OSAP, please visit the Student Awards website here


2020-2021 Queen’s General Bursary:

The Queen's General Bursary is a non-repayable grant available to eligible students in all years of study who have a demonstrated financial need.  The application will be available early September on your SOLUS Student Centre. Learn More


Do you require a Queen’s Verification of Enrolment?

The Online Verification of Enrolment is a snapshot of your current or past registration status at Queen's, and is available for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year. Learn more


Prepare your financial plan for the 2020-2021 academic year!

Take a look at the Student Awards website, which contains useful information about options for financial assistance. Learn more.


Qualified to Graduate in the Fall?

Watch for an update via your email account advising of when the Application to Graduate will open. You will apply via SOLUS.


Find information and resources on registration, tuition and fees, graduation / convocation, using the SOLUS Student Centre, as well as other services to students.