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2021 - 2022 Guide to Registration and Fees

June Checklist

June marks the beginning of a number of important processes for new and returning students alike.

Before you begin working on your June checklist, please make sure that you have completed all of the steps in the 'Must haves for everyone' section earlier in this guide.

To keep track of your progress, you can complete the following list as you go:

Details specific to your program:
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: NEW TO YOUR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM AT QUEEN'S?
Residence: If you are staying in Residence, you will need to complete your Residence Application, and pay the deposit prior to June 8, 2021. Watch for your weekly Residence newsletter in your Queen’s email!
Transcripts: If you are a brand new university student who went to high school outside of Ontario, ensure you send your final transcript to Queen’s so that we have it by August 1st. It should be mailed to: Undergraduate Admission, Queen’s University, Gordon Hall, 74 Union Street, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Student Card Validation: We will send an email, to your @queensu.ca email account asking you to submit your photo. We will create your card over the summer and will mail it to you this fall to your home address in SOLUS (provided that you are enrolled in your course(s) ). If you are living in residence cards may be available for pick up at your residence. This is currently under review.
 
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: RETURNING TO YOUR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM AT QUEEN'S?
Pay all outstanding debts by July 15th. You will not be able to enrol in classes until your debts to the University have been cleared. Log on to SOLUS to view your financial account to see if you have any outstanding debts.
PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS: NEW TO MEDICINE OR LAW AT QUEEN'S?
Admission Deposits: You will need to make sure that you have paid your admission deposit. If you have not yet paid the admission deposit, please contact your Faculty Office – Law: 613.533.6000 ext. 71683; Medicine 613.533.2542 as soon as possible.
Student Cards: We will send an email to your @queensu.ca email account asking you to submit your photo. We will create your card over the summer and mail it to you in the fall at your mailing address in SOLUS (provided you are enrolled in your course(s) ). Please ensure your mail address in SOLUS is updated with where you will be living as of the 1st of September.
Final Year of Concurrent and Consecutive Education Program: Final Year of Concurrent Education Program and Consecutive Education Students will already have a student card with a
photo. You will continue to use this card. Your validation sticker will be mailed to you in early September. Please ensure your mail address is updated in SOLUS of where you will be living as of the first of September.
PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS: RETURNING TO MEDICINE OR LAW AT QUEEN'S?
Pay all outstanding debts by July 15th. You must pay all outstanding debts as soon as possible. Log on to SOLUS to view your financial account to see if you have any outstanding debts.
We will send an email to your @queensu.ca email account asking you to submit your photo. We will create your card over the summer and it will be mailed to your mail address in SOLUS in early September (providing you are enrolled in your courses(s). Please ensure your mail address is updated in SOLUS of where you will be living as of the first of September.
Complete your OSAP or other student government assistance application by early July and carefully follow the instructions:
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.
If you are an international student...
Apply for your study permit if you haven't already done so.
If you are an international student without valid Canadian provincial / territorial health insurance:
You will automatically be charged for and enrolled in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP), a mandatory health plan.
UHIP is a primary insurance plan that provides basic medical coverage for most doctor and hospital services in Ontario.
You can enroll for additional coverage in UHIP by visiting the Queen’s International Centre (QUIC), located in Mitchell Hall, or by accessing the pre-registration form at www.quic.queensu.ca/international-students-and-staff/health-insurance-an...
Good Habits!
While you are doing your financial planning, take a look at the Student Awards website, which contains useful information about the costs associated with attending Queen’s and options for financial assistance: www.queensu.ca/studentawards
Please contact Student Awards and make an appointment if you need help with your budget. You can meet with an Awards Officer privately for support and guidance about financing your time at Queen’s. You can make an appointment by calling 613.533.2216 or emailing: awards@queensu.ca
Be Pro-Active!
Within 24 hours of choosing your courses or having them loaded by your Faculty/School, your tuition and Student Assistance Levy fee for fall term will show on your SOLUS Account Summary. Fees for Winter term will show on SOLUS in October.
Your fall tuition and Student Assistance Levy payment are due September 30th, so now is a good time to get your finances together and figure out the financing of your education. Detailed tuition, levy, fee, and payment information is on our "Tuition and Fee Tables" page.