University Registrar

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Queen’s University will require all students, staff, and faculty returning to campus to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Students, staff and faculty will need to be fully vaccinated or have a plan to do so, by Sept. 7. Learn more here

Office of the University Registrar - February 2021 Newsletter

Dates and Deadlines

  • Jan 23 – Feb 5      Receive 50% tuition refund for a dropped undergraduate program related course.
  • Feb 1 – 15             Enter your banking information on SOLUS if you have a credit on SOLUS that is eligible for a refund.
  • February 5           Graduate Students: Payment Plan withdrawal date.
  • Feb 6 – Mar 5       Receive 25% tuition refund for a dropped undergraduate program related course.
  • February 12         Exam schedule is posted to SOLUS.
  • February 15         Family Day (classes will not be held).
  • February 16-19    Mid-term Reading Week – except Education, Medicine (all classes cancelled)
  • February 28         T2202 available in SOLUS.  Learn more.
  • February 28         T4A’s will be mailed at end of February to your mailing address on SOLUS. Make sure your mailing address is correct in SOLUS!  Learn more
  • February 28         50% of term fees for graduate programs if withdrawn or completed by this date.
  • March 5                Undergraduate students: Last day to drop Winter Term and multi-term classes
  • March 15              Undergraduate students: Deadline to register for accommodation for centrally scheduled April examinations.  Learn more.

 

Do we have your Social Insurance Number (SIN)?

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is requiring that Social Insurance Numbers be displayed on T2202 Income Tax Certificates. If we do not have your SIN on file, we cannot include it on your T2202. Not receiving your Social Insurance Number may cause delays in producing it on your T2202 - which could also delay your ability to claim the included amounts when you file your income tax.
Instructions on how to submit your SIN can be found at: http://queensu.ca/registrar/solus/personal-info
If you are experiencing difficulties, you can contact our staff directly at solus@queensu.ca

 

Have you added an Emergency Contact in SOLUS?

Listing a contact in your SOLUS profile ensures that Queen’s can reach someone on your behalf in the event of an emergency. You determine who your contact is, and it only takes a couple of minutes. Learn how by accessing our instruction page

 

ALERT: Criminal scams in Kingston actively target students

The university has been made aware of several criminal scams that are targeting Canadian and international students.  You may receive a phone call, email, or text message from individuals claiming that they are from Canada Revenue Agency, Immigration Canada, or the police. Do not transfer money to them or provide personal information. You are advised to hang up and report the call to the police. Learn more.

 

Important reminders from the Government of Canada for international students regarding study permits

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reminds those attending Canadian post-secondary schools on study permits of the various rules and requirements related to their permit status.

Information from IRCC can be found on the Registrar’s Office website in both English and French.

 

Queen's General Bursary

If you missed the October 31st deadline, don’t worry. For students in 3 terms of study, you can still apply!  The General Bursary link is on your SOLUS Student Centre.  Learn More.

 

Please make sure your mailing address in SOLUS is up to date!

All T4A slips are mailed to your Current Mail Address as it appears on SOLUS. Please ensure your mailing address is current as soon as possible, and prior to January 31st.  Instructions on how to update your mailing address in SOLUS are here.

 

Completion/Withdrawal Schedule for Graduate Programs

Learn more here!

 

Completion/Withdrawal Schedule for Undergraduate Programs

Learn more here!

 

Spring 2021 Graduation is coming!  

If you will be completing your degree requirements in order to graduate in Spring 2020 you may begin applying as early as December 1, 2020.  For your timeline and for more information related to Graduation, click here.

 

Find information and resources on registration, tuition and fees, graduation / convocation, using the SOLUS Student Centre, as well as other services to students.

 

 

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