Campus Access under COVID

See the recent updates on Queen's websites:

Please also check the Queen's Safe to Return to Campus website regularly, as it is updated as new information is available.

The information that follows is specific to the Faculty of Arts and Science.

If you cannot write a scheduled exam due to illness or other extenuating circumstance, you should submit an academic consideration request as soon as you are able to through the Academic Consideration Request Portal. Your instructor will provide details concerning your deferred exam after your consideration request has been processed and approved. The volume is typically high during this time so it may take some time to receive a reply. Proctored deferred exams are scheduled to take place May 12-15 for in-person exams and May 12-20 for remote exams.

Note that all deferred proctored exams are to be written in the format they were originally scheduled in. For example, if your original exam was scheduled to be in person, you must write your deferred exam in person. If your original exam was scheduled to take place online, you must write your deferred exam online. It is not possible to switch exam formats from in-person to online or vice versa.

Students who cannot write in-person exams during the regular or deferred exam period due to extenuating circumstances should submit an academic consideration request through our online Academic Consideration Request Portal. For more information regarding academic consideration please visit our Academic Consideration Webpage.

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