Student Wellness Services

Student Wellness Services

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On-Campus Resources

There are a range of services at Queen's University available to students to support their academic and personal success. To name only a few:

Student Academic Success Services

Student Academic Success Services (SASS) comprises Learning Strategies and the Writing Centre. SASS offers academic support to Queen's students at all stages of program completion.  SASS provides supports and programming designed to assist students in developing skills in critical thinking, reading, learning, studying, writing and self-management.

Adaptive Technology Centre

The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC) offers a range of services, computers, assistive devices, specialized software and workshops.  The ATC also supports students with disabilities with developing effective reading, writing, research and study skills.  

Sexual Health Resource Centre

The Sexual Health Resource Centre is a confidential, non-judgmental, sex-positive, feminist, pro-choice, queer positive and non-heterosexist information and referral service for all things related to sex, sexuality and sexual health

Alma Matar Society (AMS) Taxi Bursary

The AMS Taxi Bursary exists to assist students who face temporary mobility difficulties with extra costs they may face. Students may apply for this bursary through Student Awards. In order to be eligible, you must provide a doctor’s note verifying your temporary disability and document your taxi usage. The maximum available amount is $250.

Download the AMS Taxi Bursary application

AMS Food Bank

The AMS Food Bank serves confidential and non-judgmental food service to members of the Queen’s community

AMS Peer Support Centre

The Peer Support Centre is a group of dedicated student volunteers who provide welcoming, confidential, and empathetic peer-based support to students at Queen’s University. Students are encouraged to come and speak with volunteers who will listen and offer support for any and all issues.

Regional Assessment Resource Centre

The Regional Assessment Resource Centre (RARC) provides psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessment services to post-secondary students in Southeastern Ontario.  Students with learning disabilities, ADHD or other disabilities can contact the RARC directly if they need an updated assessment.


Student Academic Success Services (SASS) maintains up-to-date information about tutoring resources and services available at Queen's University.   

Career Services

Career Services provides a comprehensive range of accessible career education and employment services designed to empower students in making informed decisions about their career, further education and employment goals.