Student Support and Resources

Queen's students can access the following support resources as needed.

Local Supports and Resources

Human Rights Advising and Supports

  • Queen’s Human Rights Advisory Services - 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.
  • IN-SIGHT is an anonymous harassment, discrimination, or bias/hate incident submission form which allows members of the Queen's community to submit incidents of harassment, discrimination, hate, and violence targeting personal characteristics protected under the Ontario Human Rights Code (e.g., race, religion, sexual orientation, disability) which have been experienced or witnessed.

    The purpose of IN-SIGHT is to gather anonymized aggregate statistical information about incidents occurring on/off campus. The platform offers a way for Queen’s community members (students, staff, faculty etc) to anonymously share information about harassment, discrimination, or bias/hate concerns so that the information can be used to identify systemic trends.

Mental Health Supports

Peer Supports

  • AMS Peer Support - The PSC provides all AMS undergraduate students with confidential, non-judgmental, empathetic, peer-based support, including resource referrals and assistance.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Queen’s University is committed to providing non-judgmental sexual violence support and response.

Supports for BIPoC Students

  • Queen's University Student Wellness Services; Contact Cross-Cultural Counsellor, Dr. Arunima Khanna 613-533-6000 ext. 75774
  • Yellow House - Yellow House is a safe, comfortable and accountable space for queer, racialized and marginalized students to create community, to feel empowered, to empower others, to celebrate and to honour their histories. We seek to engage students in initiatives that actively dismantle oppressive, racist and colonial ideologies and practices.
    Community Care - resources that support wellbeing and community building opportunities for BIPoC students in the face of racism and bigotry.
  • BIPoC Talk - providing peer-to-peer support for self-identified BIPOC students on-campus 
  • Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre
    For general support, email
    For mental health support contact Lisa Doxtator (Cultural Counsellor at Four Directions) at