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Wellness and Community Resources

An image of Mitchell Hall, home to Student Wellness Services

The lists below are intended to connect students, staff, and faculty with the campus resources available to support wellness and foster a safe and respectful community, which includes Queen's commitment to the values of equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigeneity. 

For urgent support, please follow this link to the student wellness centre.

For resources outside of Queen's, please visit Student Wellness Services Other Supports & Resources page

Accessibility Hub



Human Rights and Equity Office
Room 120C, Stauffer Library
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

This central online resource connects Queen’s community members to all of the accessibility initiatives and services on campus. This includes direct links to Queen's Student Accessibility Services (QSAS) and information on academic accommodations for students, as well as help with the new VENTUS portal

Ban Righ Centre for Mature Women


Tel: 613-533-2976

32 Bader Lane
Kingston, ON K7L 2S8

The Ban Righ Centre assists women-identified students of all ages, especially those who are returning to university after a time away to continue formal or informal education.

The Centre is located on campus and is a hub of campus life for mature women students and mothers from diverse backgrounds, through which they can become part of a community of peers. 

Cultural Supports (by Inclusive Queen's)


Tel: 613533-2020

The Cultural Supports webpage by Inclusive Queen's provides links to Cross-Cultural Counselling services, the Queen's University International Centre, and a number of Student Cultural Clubs on campus.

Faith and Spiritual Life


Tel: 613-533-2186


Mitchell Hall, Suite 210
69 Union St.
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

Faith and Spiritual Life offers multi-faith, non-judgmental support for religious, spiritual, personal, and financial problems, concerns or crises. As part of Student Affairs, Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful, and safe space. Chaplains can also provide support, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff.

We are faith-positive, spirituality-positive, and queer-positive. We respect and advocate for both freedom of, and freedom from, religion. 

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Website: and Facebook

Tel: 613-533-6970


144-146 Barrie Street
Kingston, ON K7L 3J9

The Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre, or 4D as it is affectionately called, strives to be a home away from home, a hub of activity and an essential resource for Queen's Indigenous students. 4D offers advising, cultural programming, cultural counselling and support.

Human Rights Advisory Services: Human Rights Issues


Tel: 613-533-6886


B506 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

Human Rights Advisory Services provides advice to Queen's community members concerning human rights issues arising at Queen's and advocates for human rights practices and policies that respond to the needs of Queen's equity-seeking communities. 

Queen's encourages anyone who has been personally affected by any form of human rights related discrimination or harassment to contact the Human Rights Advisory Services. 

Includes information and resources on: Aboriginal, Accommodation, Age, Citizenship, Creed, Disability, Domestic Violence, Marital and Family Status, Gender Identity, Investigations, Immigrant, visitor and refugee women in an abusive relationship, Race and Racism, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Orientation.

This includes the Client Intake Human Rights FormIN-SIGHT Harassment, Discrimination, and Bias/Hate Incident Anonymous Submission Form. 

Peer Support Centre (PSC)


Tel: 613-533-6000 ext. 75111


Rideau Building, Rooms 202, 203, and 204

Mitchell Hall Satellite Location: Health Promotion Hub, Rm. 122

The Peer Support Centre is a group of dedicated student volunteers who provide a welcoming, confidential, and empathetic peer-based support to students at Queen’s University. Students are encouraged to speak with PSC volunteers who will listen and offer support for any and all issues. PSC volunteers can suggest resources available on campus and in the Kingston community.

PSC X CARED is a dedicated service for self-identified BIPOC students

Positive Space Program



B506 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

Positive Space is a sticker program for the entire campus community welcoming sexual and gender diversity and signaling that individuals can receive support and information on LGBTQ issues

Queen's Hillel


Email: (Yos Tarshish, Assistant Director of Queen's Hillel)

Queen’s Hillel is the centre for Jewish life on campus. We provide social, educational, and religious opportunities to ensure that there is a vibrant Jewish community at Queen’s University. Queen’s Hillel creates a pluralistic environment in which anyone in the Queen’s community, regardless of denomination or religious belief, can feel comfortable and included. Whether it be one of our eight annual Shabbat dinners, our Holocaust Education Week activities, Israel experience and engagement programs, countless Tzedek initiatives that take us into the greater Kingston community, or our legendary Bar Mitzvah Bash, Queen’s Hillel truly has something for everyone. And if what you’re looking for doesn’t exist yet-we want to help you create it!

Scholars of Colour at Watson Hall




Scholars of Colour is a community of graduate students of colour in the department of History, English Language & Literature, Philosophy, and Classics at John Watson Hall, Queen's University. Learn more about the fantastic graduate research being conducted by BIPOC scholars in the Humanities at Queen's University.

Student Wellness Services



Tel: 613-533-2506


69 Union St.
Kingston, ON K7L 2N9

For students in need of wellness support, Student Wellness Services provides medical health, mental health, health promotion, and accessibility services to Queen’s students. SWS supports the personal, academic, and social health development of students at Queen's by providing a range of programs and services. They aim to offer a welcoming, confidential, and integrated services that is responsive to your health and wellness needs. Student Wellness Services is also home to Queen's Student Accessibility Services

Book an appointment with a physician, nurse, or counsellor. Counsellors are embedded in most faculties/schools, including residence, and there are specialized supports for racialized students, LGBTQ+ students, Indigenous students, and Black-identified students.

Mental health resources include one-on-one appointments or self-directed mental health supports such as Empower Me or you can email

Yellow House


Tel: 343-363-4484


140 Stuart Street,
Kingston, ON K7L 2V8

Yellow House is a safe, comfortable and accountable space for queer, racialized, marginalized students to create community, to feel empowered, to empower others, to celebrate and to honour their histories. Yellow House seeks to engage students in initiatives that actively dismantle oppressive, racist and colonial ideologies and practices

Meet the Yellow House team.

Queen's Multifaith Calendar


The Multifaith calendar is a valuable resource for community members who seek to demonstrate inclusivity and provide a welcoming environment for students, staff, faculty, visitors and guests of the University. In today's diverse and multicultural society, festivals and faith-based holidays are an important part of many people's lives. Being aware of these events can foster an open and inclusive environment.

Queen’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Services


VESTA online support hub: 

Tel: 613-533-6000 Ext. 36330

B506 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Service is part of the Human Rights and Equity Office, an independent department on campus located in Mackintosh Corry Hall. SVPRS is the point on contact on campus for students impacted by sexual violence and for prevention initiatives.

Vesta is an online support hub which allows you to record your experience, access on-campus and off-campus support, anonymously submit, and report to the Kingston Police. 

Queen’s University International Centre

Website: and Facebook

Tel: 613-533-2604

69 Union St.
Mitchell Hall, 208 (2nd floor)
Kingston, Ontario K7L 1A1

QUIC is a support service for all members of the Queen's community and through its activities promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive learning environment.

Department of History, Queen's University

49 Bader Lane, Watson Hall 212
Kingston ON K7L 3N6




Queen's University is situated on traditional Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe territory.