Queen’s University’s Enrichment Studies Unit has scaled services to reflect the changing needs of the education community. Now operating under Queen’s Event Services, faculties, internal university stakeholders, and external partners are supported in delivering remarkable Queen’s University experiences for young people through Event Coordination and Planning Services.
Bring your planned academic and summer camp programming to our experienced team to book space in our internationally recognized venues and state-of-the-art classrooms. We handle event logistics, relationship management with campus partners and external vendors, and ensure all coordination and finer details are taken care of and on budget.
We invite you to explore new educational programming opportunities when bringing your planned summer programming to campus. Our experienced Events team will look forward to supporting your planning through space bookings and on on-campus accommodation needs.
Event Coordination and Planning Services include:
- Coordinate and support access to campus facilities and academic and non-academic spaces
- Secure Summer overnight accommodations for participants in traditional or premium residence buildings
- Recommend and process food service orders, including ‘all you care to eat’ in one of our dining halls, boxed meal options for grab and go, drop-off catering services, or catering for special events
- Liase with other campus stakeholders on behalf of the client
- Provide chaperone services based on programming needs, including overnight supervision, and walking to meals or classes
- Curating and delivering non-academic social and team-building activities to enhance the participant experience (campus tours, karaoke, movie nights etc.)
- Support for program logistics and chaperone services, and on-call resources as required.
Legacy of Enrichment Studies Unit
In 1987, the Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU) at Queen’s University began connecting students in grades 5 to 12 to challenging and inspiring Queen’s academics in the dynamic learning and living environment of university life. For nearly 35 years, ESU honoured and welcomed over 100,000 student visitors while providing leadership and employment opportunities to 1,500+ Queen’s students. ESU’s inclusive and unmatched mix of opportunities made an unmistakable difference: nurturing curiosity, fostering development, and enriching the potential of all students.
This recent scale in services will now entail a discontinuation of the well-known ESU programs the Seven Eight Enrichment Days (SEEDs), Enrichment Mini Course (EMC), the Summer Enrichment Experience at Queen’s (SEEQ) and the Five Six Enrichment Days program.
The Queen’s Event Services team looks forward to enhancing future programming and events that inspire our leaders of tomorrow.