Located at the corner of Union and Division Streets, the Innovation and Wellness Centre will be a place where every aspect of campus life intersects. The IWC opens Fall 2018.
Mitchell Hall welcomed the campus community into its brand new central atrium, examination spaces, and a second Starbucks location last week, marking the public debut of Queen’s newest building. This week, the next wave of occupants take their places in the signature new facility, providing a variety of services for students and staff.
The Queen’s community will have its first look inside campus’ newest building next week, as parts of Mitchell Hall begin to open. Doors will open on Monday, Dec. 3, granting access to the central atriums and a new Starbucks location. Three gymnasiums, two multi-purpose classrooms, and the new Examination Centre will also open to host students writing tests during the Fall Term exam period, which runs Dec. 5 – 21.
The Mitchell Hall name appears over the eastern entrance.
This fall, Mitchell Hall, formerly known as the Innovation and Wellness Centre, opens its doors to students, faculty, and staff, offering up new and refreshed resources to the Queen’s community. Continue reading
Construction continues on the Innovation and Wellness Centre.
A lead donation from a proud Queen’s engineering alumnus will support the university’s efforts to foster innovation and wellness on campus.
As a result of this generous donation, the Innovation and Wellness Centre – currently under construction – has been officially named Mitchell Hall. Continue reading
Work continues at a steady pace on the Innovation and Wellness Centre (IWC) site, with some key areas of the building taking shape.
Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, an intramural participant, or a varsity Gael, Athletics & Recreation hopes to see you in the Innovation and Wellness Centre (IWC) this fall.
“The IWC will be a hub where every aspect of campus life intersects, blending academic and wellness spaces and emphasizing the links between physical and mental health and academic success,” says Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic). “When completed, the project will be a signature building for Queen’s and a powerful catalyst for growth and change in the lives of our students.”