Current Students

All students begin their education in psychology at Queen's by taking PSYC 100 Principles of Psychology. This introduction survey of basic areas of psychology include perception, cognition, learning and motivation and their biological substrata. Also reviewed are child development, individual differences, social psychology and behaviour disorders. This survey course is required for students who wish to pursue undergraduate degrees in psychology.

Undergraduate Resources

Academic Advising
Faculty of Arts & Science

Student Academic Success Services:
Student Academic Success Services (SASS) offers academic support to students who wish to develop their skills in critical thinking, reading, learning, studying, writing, and self-management. We welcome Queen’s undergraduate and graduate students at all stages of program completion and all levels of ability.

They offer individual appointments to enhance students’ academic skills and writing skills, support for students with English as an Additional Language, workshops, outreach events, and online resources. They can help you:

  • improve your time management and organization

  • increase your motivation and reduce procrastination

  • cope with distractions

  • develop your study skills and habits

  • improve your writing (e.g., thesis statements, effective paragraph structure, grammar, etc.)

  • and more.

Queen's Learning Commons:
The QLC provides resources, workshops and seminars, and one-on-one professional consultations for students who want to enhance or develop skills.

Student Wellness Services (SWS):
Provides a welcoming, confidential and integrated service that is responsive to the needs of students.
Contact them here.

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Career Services:

Track Your Degree Requirements:
Visit our Degree Plan Requirements page