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Learn how Queen's is planning for our safe return to campus.

Complete the fall term break survey

It’s been three years since the university first instituted a fall term break as a pilot program, and now the Queen’s Senate Committee on Academic Development and Academic Procedures (SCADP) has created a task force to make a comprehensive recommendation regarding its future. To consult the Queen’s community as it develops its recommendation, the Fall Term Break Task Force has launched a survey to gather feedback from Queen’s students, faculty, staff, and community members.

The survey opened Oct. 1 and is available until Oct. 22.  It asks participants about their preferences for when fall term break should occur and how to divide the six weekdays without classes each fall that are currently split between orientation, fall term break, and pre-exam study days. Participants in the survey can also indicate if they would prefer not to have a fall term break.

Learn more about the Fall Term Break Task Force on the Queen’s Secretariat website and take the survey anonymously through Qualtrics.