The BISC believes opportunities to learn and develop skills are present in all facets of the university environment. We also recognize that the skills and expertise developed outside of the classroom are essential to students as they progress through future academic study and into their careers.
We want to give you the tools and support necessary to mould your own co-curricular experience. You are encouraged to start new initiatives to match your interests. Involvement in co-curricular activities encourages a vibrant Castle community and improves your transition to the Kingston campus by drawing links between existing student societies and initiatives at Queen’s.
Previous co-curricular activities are:
Serving on Student Government
Taking part in Model United Nations
Participating in sporting events
Writing for, editing, and publishing student journalism
Volunteering at local schools
Initiating and running student societies
You'll develop leadership skills and learn something new by participating in co-curricular offerings. Then you will receive recognition on your own BISC Co-curricular record.