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Since 1969, the School of Computing at Queen's University has developed its program through research and scholarship to become a leading Computer Science School.
Welcome, Queen's School of Graduate Studies has 56 programs, masters & doctoral. Come check us out!
The School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen's University occupies a unique position as a leader in health enhancement, disease prevention and human performance.
The Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC) is a confidential, non-judgmental service that provides information, referrals, and resources, and sells non-prescription safer sex products at cost. We serve both the Queen's and Kingston communities are located in room 223 of the JDUC. Like us on Facebook for our hours, product updates, and information on sex, sexuality and sexual health.
Smith School of Business is one of the world's premier business schools, consistently capturing top international rankings for its programs.
The Student Advisors offer advice and advocacy services to graduate and professional students in issues concerning their well-being while at Queen's.
Learn more at sgps.ca/services/advisors
Studio Q is a student-run service, operated by the Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University.
We offer professional design, photography, video, and livestream services. As well, we proudly produce the Tricolour Yearbook & Agenda and livestream the Queen’s Gaels home games.
Our primary purpose is developing and running the official TEDx Conference at Queen’s!
The Isabel is an 80,000-square-foot world-class facility purpose built to create exceptional experiences for our students and audiences alike.
The Jack Project engages young people and their supportive adults in the vital topic of mental health.
The University Club at Queen's provides a year-round centre for socialization and relaxation for its members and their guests. Faculty, staff and alumni are able to meet, socialize and enjoy relaxed dining in the Club's comfortable rooms.
Tricolour Outlet is your campus one-stop shop, run entirely by students! Whether you need Classic Queen's Clothing, A cheaper alternative for buying textbooks, or a convenient ride home on the Tricolour Express we have you covered!
If you are feeling nervous, lost or are just looking for some company then come by the JDUC and request a walk or call us at 533-WALK!