Why ArtSci

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Arts and Science is the largest Faculty at Queen’s University, making up over 60% of the University, and one of a dozen Arts and Science faculties in Canada.

The Faculty of Arts and Science offers, in 32 departments and schools, an extraordinary scope of educational possibilities encompassing the creative arts, languages, humanities, social sciences and physical and natural sciences. 

Whether you are considering applying to the Faculty of Arts and Science, or you already have, we have a number of events available for you to learn more about what our programs have to offer, have your questions answered and help you make a decision about your future.

Interested in learning more about Arts and Science at Queen's from some of our students? Visit our Connect page to meet one on one with one of our student ambassdors. Or, follow the Arts & Science Undergradute Society on Instagram, @queens.you.

Queen's Virtual Tour

Going After Your Goals Student Panels

Hear from some of our students about their goals and how they are going after them by custom designing their Queen's experience - from their program and course choices to hands on learning opportunities, exchanges, extracurriculars, and volunteer and paid work experience. Then you will have a chance to ask us anything!

May 18 - 7PM EST
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Ask Arts and Science Anything on Instagram Live

Join current student Julia McDonell and our Associate Dean (Academic) Jenn Stephenson on Instagram Live to learn more about the Faculty of Arts and Science. Find out about our programs, courses, internships, clubs, exchange, support services, living in Kingston, and more. Ask them anything! Join us on May 14th at 7:00PM EST. Please follow and join at @queensuar


Hear from some of our recent alumni about their experiences with Queen's Arts & Science and find out why they chose to join our community!

Sihan Gua
Biochemistry, ArtSci '16

Sean Robinson
Biochemistry and French, ArtSci '13

Norees Gasper
History and Religious Studies, ArtSci '19