In response to COVID-19, all of us have been tasked with a shared responsibility to protect each other.

Queen’s is deeply grateful of the remarkable drive, resilience, care, and flexibility our students are demonstrating in the face of this challenge and the uncertainty that comes with it. We know this is not easy.

To ensure that you are supported in your studies, wellbeing, and broader university experience, we encourage you to explore and make use of the resources available to you.

Student resources and services

There are many resources and services available to assist Queen’s students in navigating their university experience during COVID-19. Our Division of Student Affairs (DSA) is ready with information and guidance on everything related to your Queen’s experience, such as:

  • COVID-19 assessment and testing
  • Academic success resources
  • Health and wellness services
  • Residence and off-campus living
  • Financial support
  • Career and employment support

Visit the DSA site

The library also provides online academic and student support, as well as resources such as:

  • Subject and course-specific guides
  • One-on-one research consultations

Visit the Library site

Visiting campus safely

Visiting campus safely

If you need to visit campus, make sure you download our SeQure app and fill out the COVID-19 assessment before you arrive.

 Library hours and access

 Athletics and recreation

 Dining options

Graduate students

In addition to general student resources and services, Queen’s graduate students will require additional information specific to their program demands. Visit the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) COVID-19 Information page for more on:

  • Conducting research
  • Funding and finances
  • Supervision
  • Thesis defence

Visit the SGS site

Queen’s University International Centre


All university-sponsored travel is suspended. Queen’s University has suspended all university-sponsored travel outside of Canada indefinitely. This affects students, staff, and faculty and includes all future exchange, study abroad, letters of permission, faculty-led programs, internships, research placements, community-engaged learning, practicums, and conferences. This suspension also applies to incoming travel by visitors outside of Canada coming to Queen’s. In specific circumstances, waivers may be granted. Please email the Office of the Vice-Provost, International.

Are you an international student?

Whether you’re studying remotely or in-person, connect with the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) for info and resources specifically for you. Visit QUIC

Health and safety guidelines

Looking for detailed health and safety guidelines?

Visit the Office of the Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration)