Connecting with future Queen’s students

Connecting with future Queen’s students

By Communications Staff

November 6, 2019


Fall Preview and Ontario Universities Fair help prospective students learn about life at Queen’s.
Prospective students and their families learn about Queen's and its programs during Fall Preview Open House.

Over the past weekend, Queen’s welcomed more than 8,000 prospective undergraduate students, their families and guests to campus for the annual Fall Preview Open House.

Prospective students had the opportunity to explore campus and discover all that Queen’s has to offer. Attendees were able to tour campus facilities, visit residences, and speak with students, staff and faculty about their programs of interest.

With applications for the 2020-21 academic year now open, the Fall Preview Open House prepares potential students with the necessary tools and information to make an informed decision on their post-secondary education.

“Queen’s Fall Preview showcases the strength of our academic programs,the quality of the student experience and provides a chance to explore campus and the City of Kingston,” says Chris Coupland, Executive Director, Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment. “I’d like to thank all faculty members, students staff, and the local community who participated in this important event for helping students decide whether Queen’s is the right university for them.”

Queen’s also attended the annual Ontario Universities’ Fair in September, attracting over 120,000 visitors.

The event gives high school students and their families the opportunity to speak with representatives from Ontario’s 21 universities. The Queen’s team gave multiple presentations and handed out over 28,000 viewbooks.

To learn more, visit the Undergraduate Admission website.