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Image Bank

Queen's Image Bank

Sign in to Queen's Image Bank 

A central image library, available for your marketing and communication needs, with rich functionality that allows you to search, preview, crop, download, and share digital assets for your Queen's projects.

Logging in: Access the system with your Queen's Net ID through the Queen’s Single Sign On (SSO) process. Anyone with a valid employee ID (current faculty, staff, and students with a separate staff ID) can use the new tool.

Terms of Use: The first time you log in, you will be directed to accept our Terms of Use. This is a reminder to everyone that the collection is based on images taken by various members of the Queen’s community, as well as a number of valued freelance photographers, and that we all need to work together to use various assets as they were intended.

The Terms of Use includes the following statements:

  • I am aware that use of digital assets posted in Queen’s Image Bank are subject to copyright and privacy regulations.
  • I am aware that individual assets may be subject to specific terms of usage.
  • I am aware that assets shared via the Queen’s Image Bank are for institutional use only.

You will only need to accept the Terms on your first visit.

Approvals required - Principal and Provost: No official portrait images of our Principal and Provost are available through the Image Bank. Please connect with their respective offices for files and approvals.

University Relations is responsible for the overall stewardship of the Queen's brand and the implementation of marketing and creative strategy, including the visual representation of the university. The Image Bank is a shared tool through which the University Relations team works with campus partners to execute the visual elements of their marketing and communication projects.

Queen's images are subject to copyright. Users must read and accept Terms and Conditions of use.

[Creative Commons License]Works by Queen's University are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada License.