We are so excited you are thinking about joining us at Queen’s University. 4D is committed to supporting your academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. 4D offers a wide range of programming and services that enhance the well-being and development of our Indigenous community right here on campus as well as virtually.
View the Undergraduate Admission website to learn more about all of the various programs at Queen's.
Taylor ionkiats Day tewakhsenná:sere. Tsi Akwesasne nitewaké:non tahnon Ken'tarókwen kenákere. Kanien'kehá:ka niwakohwentio:ten. Wakeneniothró:non.
Taylor Day (JD) is a two-spirit deer clan member from Akwesasne Mohawk Territory and is the Indigenous Community Outreach Liaison at Four Directions. Taylor is available to all prospective and incoming Indigenous Queen's students to answer questions and concerns regarding:
- Programs offered at Queen's and their admission requirements
- Application requirements
- Navigating financial award applications
- Applying for funding through your band council
- Residence and housing
- Indigenous student supports and resources
- The Indigenous Student Admission Pathway
Taylor is available for email correspondence or one-on-one virtual appointments for prospective and incoming Indigenous students and those Indigenous community members looking into starting or continuing their post-secondary journey at Queen's.
Taylor also collaborates with community partners and organizations to develop Indigenous-focused programming and services for prospective, incoming, and secondary school students. If you would like to discuss potential partnership opportunities, please reach out!
To contact Taylor, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indigenous Students Admission Pathway
We offer Indigenous candidates an additional and alternative pathway for admission to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program, known as the Indigenous Admission Policy.
For more information, please visit the Admissions Pathway for Indigenous Students.