Student Affairs provides you with a broad range of support services that you can access at any time during your life as a Queen's student. You are never alone. We have many offices dedicated to helping you learn, think and do.
We want you to be successful, both academically and personally, in and outside of the classroom. Please let us know how we can best support you!
A quick reference for students in need of mental health services and for those looking to help a friend or colleague.
programs, requirements, course catalogue, regulations
access, accessibility, accommodation, assistive technology, disability, exam support, note taking
books, clothing, frames, grad rings, merchandise, textbooks
career, interview, job, internship, on-campus, part time, resume, student
Centre for Teaching and Learning
course design, teaching workshops, grants, awards, resources
engagement, involvement, leadership, on-campus jobs, student life, volunteer
accommodations, apartment, housing, meal plan, off campus, rent, sublet, tenancy
Office of Research Services
research, scholarship, funding sources, research ethics, grants and development, contracts, research policies, USSRF
Office of the University Registrar
student records, picking classes, registration, grades, marks, GPA, probation, dismissal
union, teaching assistants (TAs), teaching fellows (TFs), job postings, committees, collective bargaining agreement
School of Graduate Studies
graduate students, programs, orientation, resources, 3 Minute Thesis, fees, funding
Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS)
graduate and professional students, health and dental, grants, jobs, volunteer, committees, orientation, workshops
Athletics and Recreation
cardio, exercise, fitness, Gaels, gym, intramurals, pool, recreation, train, varsity, weight, yoga
Ban Righ Centre
resources for women, financial assistance, speaker series, workshops.
dining halls, eateries, meal plans, alternative diets, food off-campus
Health, Counselling and Disability Services
appointments, clinic, flu, nurse, prescriptions, referrals, sick notes. anxiety, counselling, crisis, depression, learning disabilities, stress, relationships.
Health and Wellness Resources: Who to call and where to go if you need help
Queen's University International Centre (QUIC)
international, exchange, health plan, housing, immigration, orientation, study permit, visa, ESL
** Important notice for international students about immigration-related advice
Safety and Security
support services for students in distress, safety resources, SeQure mobile app, emergency planning, health and wellbeing
scholarship, bursary, tuition, financial aid, student loan
Student Town-Gown Relations
community, housing, tenants, neighbourhoods