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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 @queensu.ca email address

As a Queen’s student, you will receive a personal @queensu.ca 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 @queensu.ca 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 fees@queensu.ca 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 @queensu.ca 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.

 

 

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