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Academic Resources

As a History student at Queen’s University, you will gain essential academic and career-building skills that will benefit you long after your time at Queen’s. This page contain links to resources for academic success, skills building, and professional writing support available to you here at Queen’s.

If you're seeking History specific student advisement, please visit the Programs and Plans page for our academic advising team's contact information. 

Student Academic Success Centre Citation & Research Guides Skills Development & Assistance Non-Academic Support Resources

Writing History Essays

Appointments & Workshops

Online Resources

  • Online Learning
  • Presentation Skills
  • Exam Preparation
  • Group Work
  • Academic Stress
For research assistance, contact Elizabeth Gibson, the History Liaison Librarian at Queen's Library.

Grading Scheme

In your history courses, you may receive either letter or numerical percentage grades. For purposes of calculating your course average, your letter grades will be translated into numerical equivalents using the Faculty of Arts and Science approved scale. Your course average will then be converted to a final letter grade according to Queen’s Official Grade Conversion Scale.

Grading Scheme

Other Resources

Department of History, Queen's University

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




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