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  • [men's soccer]

    Queen's keeper Alex Jones picking up a save at Richardson Stadium this past weekend. The Gaels split their games 1-1 and sit in third place in the OUA East. (Photo: Robin Kasem)

  • Queen's versus RMC in women's soccer

    In this photo from the Queen's vs RMC women's soccer on Sept 16, second-year commerce student Christie Gray moves past an RMC player. The Gaels took the game 5-0. (Photo by Amanda Norris)

  • orientation week 2018

    During Orientation Week 2018, September 1-9, the Queen’s community welcomed mote than 4,500 new undergraduate students and more than 1500 new graduate students from 43 countries. (Photo: Bernard Clark) Find more Orientation Week photos on Flickr...

  • [orientation week 2018

    Orientation Week activities for this group of Computer Science students included time at the corn maze on Wolfe Island. (Photo : Lars Hagberg) Find more corn maze and other Orientation week photos...

  • [student performing experiment in reduced gravity]

    Elisha Krauss (BSc’18) and Aaron Rosenstein (MSc’19, not pictured) conducted an experiment in microgravity aboard the Falcon 20 Jet, as winners of the 2018 Canadian Reduced Gravity Experiment Design Challenge run by the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.

  • [women speaking at Grad Fair booth]

    Graduate students were officially welcomed to Queen's on Tuesday, September 5, with the Resources Fair in the ARC main gym. (Photo by Bernard Clark)


  • [event graphic]
    Think Grad Studies Day: October 11

    Join us to get to know graduate studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science! Whether you are just starting to think about grad studies or have already decided to apply, we have events for you on October 11.

  • [Career Fair]
    Career Fair

    Join us at the Fall Career Fair to learn about future employment and education opportunities and get valuable tips to help you in your job search.

    September 25, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm at the ARC

  • [pancake breakfast at Grad Studies Orientation]
    Graduate Studies Orientation

    Throughout the month of September, there are many activities to help you get familiar with Queen's and Kingston, and be ready for your academic studies.

  • [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.

  • [Free Software]
    Free Software!

    Did you know that IT Services offers free software to students, faculty, and staff? Check out what is available and find out how to download each title.

  • [collage]
    Queen's Cares

    Engage with diverse local, national, or international communities, develop skills, and gain experience outside the classroom over the February Reading Week.

    Applications are now open! Apply by October 28.

  • [parents with students at graduation]
    For Parents and Guardians

    Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen’s.

Experience Queen's

[engineering chemistry student]
What is engineering chemistry?

Training students to work at the interface of applied chemistry and engineering design, Queen's has the only program in North America that is accredited as an engineering and a chemistry program.