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Front Page Slideshow

  • [Omar El Akkad with bookcover]

    When war comes home: In his debut novel, American War, Omar El Akkad (Comp’04) gives vision to a United States ravaged by climate change and a second civil war. (Photo: Michael Lionstar)

  • [seated student looking at telescopes in the clouds]

    PhD student Connor Stone ponders the majestic scenery of the Maunakea summit, 4.2km above sea level on the Big Island of Hawaii. It’s home to the Maunakea Graduate School, which is operated by Queen’s professor Stéphane Courteau for Canadian astrophysics students.

  • [group shot at Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na]

    The launch of a new Mohawk Language and Culture certificate program was announced on National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, at the Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Language and Culture Centre in Tyendinaga. (Photo by Katherine Kopiak)

  • [Aerial view of campus]

    Thanks to Joshua Marshall (Sci'99, MSc'01) for this great aerial view of Queen’s that he took on a Father's Day flight over main campus!

  • [Peonies in front of Summerhill]

    Peonies are in bloom for a short but sweet time. Thanks to Scott Day for this beautiful capture in front of Summerhill!

  • [Pride Flag]

    The Pride Flag was flying over the John Deutsch University Centre June 15-17 in celebration of Kingston Pride!

Spotlight

  • [The Dark Side of the Universe]
    Astronomy Public Lecture

    Please join us for a unique cosmological event! A free public lecture: The Dark Side of the Universe
    Thursday, July 19, Biosciences Auditorium

  • [student with thought bubbles, about SOAR, etc.]
    Next Steps for incoming students

    Accepted to Queen's but don’t know what's next? Find out more with our monthly Next Steps checklists!

  • [map of campus]
    Summer Construction Schedule

    Stay up-to-date with the progress of maintenance work being done around campus. See a detailed list and timeline of projects and an interactive map of construction zones and blocked areas.

  • [accessible entrance]
    Accessibility at Queen's

    Are you a person with disabilities coming to Queen's for a visit? Many resources are available for you to help make arrangements.

  • [Get ready with summer transition programming]
    Summer Webinar Series

    For incoming students: Check out our series of weekly webinars that are designed to help support your transition to life at Queen’s.

  • [student reading on a dock]
    Dissertation on the Lake

    A five day, four night writing retreat on the shores of Elbow Lake. August 27–31. Registration now open!

  • [buildings on campus]
    Guide to Registration and Fees

    The 2018-19 Guide to Registration and Fees is now available. Find a detailed listing of tuition and other fees, key dates and deadlines, SOLUS instructions, and important contacts.

  • [kids at summer camp]
    Summer Camps

    Queen’s has a wide variety of camps for children of all ages – from sports and eco-adventures to geography, art, math, drama and much more!

Experience Queen's

Studies in Math and Engineering

This program is unique in Canada. You will take pure and applied math with engineering courses. Learn to analyze and solve problems involving modern communications, control and mechatronic systems.