Queen's University offers a multitude of support services for students, staff and faculty.
The Accessibility Hub is a central online resource for accessibility at Queen’s University. It will serve to elevate inclusion and improve access for everyone on our campus.
The Allyship & Belonging Student Calendar (ABC calendar) is a central hub for finding and promoting events and initiatives across campus specifically for equity-deserving students and students wanting to become better allies. (Students should note that some events are open to specific demographics of students only.
The Ban Righ Centre assists women-identified students of all ages, especially those who are returning to university after a time away to continue formal or informal education.The Centre is located on campus and is a hub of campus life for mature women students and mothers from diverse backgrounds, through which they can become part of a community of peers.
Faith and Spiritual Life offers multi-faith, non-judgmental support for religious, spiritual, personal, and financial problems, concerns or crises. As part of Student Affairs, Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful, and safe space. Chaplains can also provide support, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff.
We are faith-positive, spirituality-positive, and queer-positive. We respect and advocate for both freedom of, and freedom from, religion.
The Equity Office and the Human Rights Office officially united to become the “Human Rights and Equity Office”. This change has brought about exciting new initiatives as well as the ability to consolidate and coordinate existing efforts. Now Human Rights Advisory Services, Equity Services, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response, and the Accessibility Hub are under one office.
Queen’s students, faculty, and staff come from every imaginable background – small towns and suburbs, urban highrises, Indigenous communities, and from more than 100 countries around the world. You belong here.
IN-SIGHT is an anonymous harassment, discrimination, or bias/hate incident submission form which allows members of the Queen's community to submit incidents of harassment, discrimination, hate, and violence targeting personal characteristics protected under the Ontario Human Rights Code (e.g., race, religion, sexual orientation, disability) which have been experienced or witnessed.
Queen's Student Accessibility Services (QSAS), in collaboration with instructors and staff, is committed to supporting students with disabilities as they pursue their academic goals.
The Yellow House is located at 140 Stuart Street. This building is operated by the Division of Student Affairs as a dedicated space for student clubs committed advancing social justice, anti-racism, equity, diversity or inclusion on campus. The programs and functions of this House are meant to create a safe and accountable space for queer, racialized and marginalized students be themselves and to build community.
The Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre (4D) is open and committed to being of service to Indigenous Students here at Queen's University.
The Office of Indigenous Initiatives builds community, advances reconciliation/conciliation and integrates Indigenous ways of knowing and being into the fabric and life of the university.
The Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) is a support service for all members of the Queen’s community and through its activities promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive learning environment.
The IPO coordinates exchanges and study abroad experiences predominantly for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The IPO also coordinates the Senate-approved International Studies Certificate.
The Office of the University Registrar supports the academic mission of the university by providing comprehensive enrolment management services to members of the Queen's community, including applicants and students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The Financial Aid Services Office administers a comprehensive range of financial aid programs to assist students in financing their Queen’s education.
A transcript is a complete record that includes the extent and quality of all Senate-approved work (academic and continuing education) attempted at the institution.
Staff and Faculty
In supporting Queen's as the university for the future, the Department of Human Resources (HR) is committed to empowering people to achieve their best. They strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone belongs and has the opportunity to excel.
The Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider, TELUS Health One (formerly LifeWorks), offers confidential, professional, and personalized wellness services that are available to employees and family members, 24/7. Services range from counselling, assessments, toolkits, videos, podcasts, and more.
The Campus Bookstore is owned and operated by students under the auspices of the Queen's University Engineering Society Services Incorporated (QUESSI). They are a not-for-profit corporation who endeavours to distribute required course material while operating a comprehensive University bookstore for the Queen's community.
Career Service helps undergraduate students, graduate students and recent alumni from all disciplines. They offer a comprehensive range of accessible services to support and empower you in making informed decisions about your career, further education and employment next steps.
IT Services strives to fulfil the technological needs of all faculty, staff, students and researchers at Queen’s University by providing IT-related strategy, applications, infrastructure, and support services.
Support Services & Community Engagement (SSCE) is a part of the Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs. They assist students in navigating resources and support on campus. They work with stakeholders across campus to support holistic student success.
Whether you're an undergraduate, Masters or PhD student, SASS will help you discover ways to write essays, reports, theses, dissertations and academic articles, to study effectively, and to develop your academic English skills.
The Student Experience Office (SEO) at Queen's University offers programs and services to orient students to university life, to support their successful transitions into and through university, and to encourage leadership development, student engagement, and co-curricular involvement while at Queen's.
Queen's University Campus Security and Emergency Services promotes a safe and welcoming environment that recognizes and is respectful of the diverse nature of the Queen's University Community.
Student Wellness Services (SWS) supports the personal, academic, and social health development of students at Queen's University by providing a range of programs and services.
Empower Me & Console provide 24/7 access to mental health support services for all Queen's University students.
Available to any post-secondary student living in Ontario 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visit their website, call 1-866-925-5454, or text GOOD2TALKON to 686868 to get started and be connected to a trained crisis responder.
The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Service is part of the Human Rights and Equity Office, an independent department on campus located in Mackintosh Corry Hall. SVPRS is the point on contact on campus for students impacted by sexual violence and for prevention initiatives.