Student Affairs believes that a healthy mind, body and spirit are foundations for student success. Student Affairs provides a range of programs and services to help you establish healthy habits to succeed academically and personally.
In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the importance of student mental health issues on campuses. Student Affairs is focused on raising awareness of mental health issues and currently has a broad range of initiatives designed to help students, faculty and staff support those experiencing mental health problems.
What is Mental Health? An animated video with Dr. Mike Condra | Final Report of the Principal’s Commission on Mental Health | Mental Health Initiatives at Queen's | Mental Health Education and Training for Students
Mental Health Education and Training for Faculty and Staff
Information for Parents
Athletics & Recreation | Recreation Clubs | Student Health 101 – E-mag for Students | Healthy Eating | Dining Halls | Queen’s U Be Well Cooking Classes | AMS Food Centre | Chaplain | Kingston Gets Active
Healthy U at Queen’s – Programs and Initiatives for Faculty and Staff | Pilates for Beginners for Staff (West Campus) | Steps to Wellness Walking Club - Spring 2013 for Staff (Main Campus) | Steps to Wellness Walking Club - Spring 2013for Staff (West Campus) | Kingston Gets Active
Student Health 101 - The Parent Perspective –E-mag for Parents