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  • Four Directions

    Students in front of the Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre at 146 Barrie St. 

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    Back row: L-R:Sean Davidson (Whitby, ON), Callen Hageman (Uxbridge, ON), Terry Zhang (North York, ON), Kit Dashwood (Calgary, AB)

    Front Row L-R: Emma Clark (Vancouver, BC), Jena Hudson (Rexton, NB)

    Photo courtesy of Loran Scholars Foundation

    Queen's first-year Loran Scholars were among the 22 student-recipients of this prestigious award at this university who were recognized at a reception on January 12, 2015. The Loran Scholarship is awarded by The Loran Scholars Foundation for academic achievement, leadership, character and commitment to community service. Over four years, the scholarship includes opportunities and funding for students to participate in enriching experiences each summer. In addition, recipients are matched with a scholar-mentor. For more information, go to http://loranscholar.ca/

     

     

  • Health, Counselling and Disability Services' Peer Mentoring program mentors

    Students who are engaged in peer leadership on and off campus were recognized at a reception on March 26, 2015. This is a photo of some of the mentors involved in HCDS' Peer Mentoring program with program director Liz Racine (centre).

  • Recipients of the 2015 Brian Yealland Community Leadership Award

    Two students were recognized with the 2015 Brian Yealland Community Leadership Award at a reception on Thursday March 26, 2015.
    From left to right: Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Ann Tierney, Katie Ahlin (BScH'15, BEd'16), Katie Deakon (BAH'13, JD'16) and former University Chaplain Brian Yealland.

     

  • 2015 Peer Leadership Award recipient Kaylee Clark and Assistant Dean of STudent Affairs Arig al Shaibah

    Two students were recognized with the 2015 Peer Leadership Award at a reception on Thursday March 26, 2015. This photo shows Kaylee Clark (BScH'15, BEd'16) being congratulated by Dr. Arig al Shaibah, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. The second recipient is Emma Dargie (BAH'09, MSc'11, PhD (c)

  • A group of students at Queen's University Majors Night

    First-year students attended the university's first Majors Night at Grant Hall on February 26, 2015.

    This event was a partnership betweent Career Services in the Divison of Student Affairs, the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS), and the Arts and Science Departmental Student Councils. 

    Students were able to meet and ask questions of students who have already gone through the process, with booths being set up by each Departmental Student Council (DSC). Attendees were able to compare the different programs they are considering and explore if they line up with their interests and future goals.

     

  • Aboriginal Awareness week

    The Queen's community celebrated 2015 Aboriginal Awareness Week with events, song, dance and culture. For more information and photos, go to: http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/celebrating-indigenous-arts-and-culture

  • Carr-Harris Cup

    Queen's forward Patrick McGillis accepts the MVP award from Ann Tierney, Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs, and Mark Potter, President, International Hockey Hall of Fame at the 2015 Carr-Harris Cup on February 5, 2015. The Queen's Gaels won the game 5-1 against the RMC Paladins in front of a record 3,295 hockey fans.  (Photo: Ian MacAlpine) 

  • Queen's University International Centre's student photo contest on display

    The Queen's University International Centre's (QUIC) student photo contest exhibit is on display April 1-25 at Kingston's Pump House Steam Museum

    Students, faculty and staff can visit Capturing the Journey: Student Perspectives of our World and the museum for free by showing a Queen's student or employee card!

    This exhibit is a partnership between Queen's and the City of Kingston.

    Learn more about the contest and the exhibit!

     

     

Message from Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Ann Tierney

AnnTierney.jpgWelcome to the Division of Student Affairs. In partnership with faculties, student governments and colleagues across the university, Student Affairs offers a range of diverse high quality programs and services designed to enhance your university experience from your first point of contact with Queen’s through to graduation.

The departments that make up Student Affairs can help you make your time here as rewarding as possible. If you experience any difficulty, we are here to help. Please reach out to get the assistance you need. Whether you’re looking for academic, emotional, social, cultural, spiritual, physical or career-related support, we encourage you to take advantage of all that Queen’s has to offer.  We are all about helping you succeed!

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