Tricolour Guard at the football game.
Cheer on the Gaels and Tricolour Guard at the Homecoming football game.

Four Things Not to Miss at Homecoming

See the new Rembrandt masterpiece and watch the Gaels at the new Richardson Stadium.

students in tricolour

Creating Lasting Ties Through Homecoming

Homecoming connects returning alumni with Queen's, classmates, faculty, staff, and current students.

Yinka Adegbusi and Asha Gordon
Yinka Adegbusi and Asha Gordon

Connecting Queen’s Black Alumni

Queen’s Black Alumni Chapter and mentorship program to launch at Homecoming.

Apple Math 50th Logo

Prestigious ‘Apple Math’ Program Celebrates 50 years at Homecoming

Apple Math, the beloved engineering program for students with a deep interest in both mathematics and engineering is hosting 50th anniversary events at this year’s homecoming.

Tricolour Guard alumnus at Homecoming parade

Tricolour Guard to be honoured at Homecoming football game

“I don’t think there is any doubt that there is a special relationship between the Tricolour Guard and current students,” says Irving Dardick Meds’57 Reunion Coordinator.

International students on a campus tour, in front of the 175 sign

Catch up with campus on Homecoming Weekend

Homecoming is a chance for alumni to reconnect with old classmates and spend some time with students.  For many, returning to campus after years away can bring a lot of surprises.

Dr. Barbara Reeves
Dr. Barbara Reeves, Queen's Professor & Classic's at 175 Coordinator

Learn about Queen’s first professor at Homecoming public lecture

Only two people worked at Queen’s when it opened in March 1842. One of them, The Reverend Peter Colin Campbell, had long been a mysterious figure in the university’s history.