The Division of Student Affairs runs several awards programs and funding opportunities for students.
Undergraduate students in their final year of study can recognize a secondary school teacher who has inspired them to pursue their goals in higher education and passed on a life-long desire to learn with a Baillie Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching.
The Rhodes Scholarshipsare considered the oldest and most prestigious international scholarships for oustanding scholars from any academic field of study. Rhodes Scholarships are tenable for postgraduate students or a second bachelor's degree at Oxford University, for two years with the possible extension of a third year.
Queen's students wishing to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship must receive an institutional endorsementfrom the Principal.
The Robert Sutherland Visitorship brings a noted speaker to campus each year with expertise in the areas of equity, community diversity and race relations.
The 2013 visitor was Dr. Jasbir Puar, Edward Said Chair of American Studies, American University of Beirut, Lebanon and Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University , USA.
She is the author of Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times.
Dr. Puar visited Queen's January 16-18, 2013. She spoke with several groups of students and give a public lecture entitled Homonationalism, Sex, and Disability: Pinkwashing and Biopolitics in the Middle East.
Are you a student with a great idea or project that can help you learn and work in service to the community? The Student Initiative Fund seeks to help students and student organizations fund projects that provide educational opportunities.
The Eilidh Balkwill Fund supports not-for-profit, co-curricular initiatives that benefit women in their first year of study and/or improve the living and broader learning environment for women studying at Queen's.