Off-Campus Activity Safety
SURP students who will require a Safety Plan for their research are required to make an application under OCASP. This site includes information and application forms for the off-campus activity safety requirement.
Ethics Research Forms
SURP students who will be using humans as research subjects should examine the General Research Ethics Board's website. This site includes information and application forms for the ethics approval of research using humans.
- Checklist to Complete Degree - Coursework only option (pdf, 78kB)
- Checklist to Complete Degree - Report or Thesis option (pdf, 122kB)
- Exchange Program Application Summary and Consent Form (pdf, 59kB)
- Individual Program of Study - Class of 2020 (pdf, 126kB)
- Individual Program of Study - Class of 2021 (pdf, 125kB)
- Individual Program of Study - Class of 2022 (pdf, 65kB)
- Individual Program of Study - Class of 2023 (pdf, 57kB)
- Individual Program of Study - Class of 2024 (pdf, 83kB)
- Internship Report Form (pdf, 93kB)
- Procedures for Holding Thesis Examinations Remotely - SGSPA
- Release of Information - Student File (pdf, 26kB)
- Release of Information - Student Photographs (pdf, 77kB)
- Report/Thesis Proposal Decision Form (pdf, 151kB)
- Requesting Full-Time, Off-Campus Status (pdf, 52kB)
- Requesting Part-Time Status (pdf, 255kB)
- School of Graduate Studies Academic Change Form (pdf, 775kB)
- Time Limit Extension Form (pdf, 96kB)
- SURP-875 Community Practicum Consent/Approval Form (pdf, 55kB)
- SURP-875 Community Practicum Log (pdf, 85kB)
- SURP-875 Employer Declaration Letter
- SURP-875 Student Declaration of Understanding
- SURP-891/SURP-892 Directed Study Consent/Approval Form (pdf, 70kB)
The purpose of this Handbook is to make students aware of the workings of the School of Urban and Regional Planning. It is comprised of a number of distinct sections, each reflecting an area of activity in the School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) at Queen's University.
The Handbook consists of material that has traditionally been included in memoranda and handouts, which have been given out by the Director, staff and faculty of the School. It was thought that compiling this information in one place would facilitate its use as a coherent statement of the workings of the School. As such, the Handbook, in conjunction with the Graduate Calendar, defines your rights and obligations regarding School governance, use of facilities, financial assistance, etc. This handbook complements the Calendar of the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (SGSPA), which describes university regulations. You should acquaint yourself with the procedures and regulations concerning registration, course grades, appeals, thesis/report examinations, and so on, as they appear in the Graduate School's Calendar.
The importance of consulting the Handbook periodically during your stay in the School cannot be over-emphasized. It contains information relevant to every stage of obtaining a planning education at Queen's - from being involved in the governance of the School to participating in resource conservation efforts at SURP. Each of the following sections addresses a particular issue in this regard. You are encouraged to use this Handbook often and give the School your comments as to omissions and other potential shortcomings you may find in its content. Thanks for your help in keeping the Handbook useful and up-to-date!
The SURP Handbook is being updated and will be posted here shortly.