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2021 - 2022 Guide to Registration and Fees

School of Graduate Studies Checklist


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Queen’s is a research-intensive university offering over 125 graduate programs and home to over 4,200 graduate students from across Canada and abroad. The University ranks highly in terms of research funding, features internationally recognized faculty, and hosts state-of-the art research facilities.

The following checklist outlines the various enrolment and registration steps specific to graduate students as you embark on your studies this fall, including information on payment options.

The School of Graduate Studies strives to provide a robust experience for students by offering support services, such as a comprehensive resource hub (The Habitat) and a workshop series (Expanding Horizons), among others - enabling the academic, professional, and personal success of its students.


Reply to Your Offer of Admission

* Log into the online application site at: with your UserID and password and click on 'OFFER' in the 'STATUS' column

* Click 'CONTINUE', fill in the required information, and click 'SUBMIT'

NOTE: Applicants to the Queen's MSc (Occupational Therapy) and MSc (Physical Therapy) programs reply to offers of admission through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) instead.

Create your Queen's NetID and password so you can access the Student Centre (SOLUS) and your e-mail

Get your Queen's Student ID number and go to this site:

If you don't have your Student ID number, call 613-533-6100

Student Card
We will send an email to your email account asking you to submit your photo. We will create your card over the summer and mail it to your address in SOLUS (providing you are enrolled in your course(s) ). The schedule is available at:
International students are automatically enroled in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP). Watch your Queen's email for the message 'UHIP - Action Required' or visit: where you can access proof of coverage, add dependents or learn more.
Set up, or update, your banking information on SOLUS
Detailed instructions may be found in the 'Understanding SOLUS Tutorials section of this Guide'
Check your fees and set up your fee payment

Check the fee table for your program’s fees at:

Some (or all) of your OSAP funding will be redirected to Queen's to apply to tuition and education related fees. At the time full-time enrolment is confirmed, Queen's will identify the amount of your OSAP to be remitted to Queen's. The amount of your OSAP to be remitted to Queen's will not exceed the value of your term tuition and fees, unless you have a balance outstanding from a previous academic term. Any remaining OSAP will be deposited to your personal bank account. Log on to your OSAP account at and view your "Funding Summary" for details of what is being remitted to Queen's, or you can review your "Student Fee Account - Net Cost View."

Please ensure you register in courses for all terms of your academic year to ensure that your OSAP or other provincial/territorial student government assistance is assessed based on your courseload for all terms of study within your study period for your academic year.

Identify the courses you will be taking
NOTE: Students must be enrolled in at least one course in all three (3) terms of 2021-22 in order to avoid delays in fee assessment and/or award payments and/or release of government student financial assistance.
  • Graduate courses are normally chosen after consultation with your supervisor and/or department graduate coordinator
  • Contact your department’s Graduate Assistant to talk about your course selection

Continuing students: Please note that you will automatically be enrolled into your thesis course.