Ancillary Fees

Ancillary Fees support activities and services provided by the university and by student governments, and their faculty/school societies, and clubs. Current 2024-25 fees, descriptions, and links to more information are listed below.

More ancillary fee information is also posted to the following sites:

For a list of tuition and fees costs, check the Undergraduate and Graduate tuition and fee pages.



Who Has to Pay?

All students who register in 9.0 or more credit-hours in a term, or 18.0 or more over both fall and winter terms, must pay ancillary fees.

Students registered under the "Distance/Online" career profile are not assessed ancillary fees, and are not eligible to ‘opt in’ to the fees listed below.


Opt-Out Deadline

Students can opt-out of optional fees, online through SOLUS, from early September 1 until September 29The opt-out process can only be completed once per year.

* Outstanding optional ancillary fees will not have late fees applied until after the opt-out period closes


  • Students are encouraged to review all fees so they are able to make informed decisions about their choices since once confirmed, selections are final
  • Undergraduate students can find opt-out details on the AMS website
  • Masters, PhD, Law, and fifth-year Education students can find opt-out details on the SGPS website

Any questions regarding ancillary fees or about opting out procedures should be directed to:

  •  Alma Mater Society: AMS Information Officer at, John Deutsch University Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6; email:
  •  Society of Graduate and Professional Students: SGPS, John Deutsch University Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6;


Opt In to Pay Ancillary Fees - Summer 2024/2025

Graduate Students who are beginning their studies in the Summer term who have not been assessed ancillary fees, may use this form to opt in. Once completed and signed, email the form to

Once completed and signed, email the form to  The form must be received no later than May 31, 2024 to allow time for processing.


  • By electing to opt in, you will be assessed ALL ancillary fees as indicated on the form;
  • You may opt out of Health and Dental plans by providing proof of existing coverage to 
  • UGRD students in an online career (DIST) or students who are solely enrolled in a Certificate MAY NOT opt in to ancillary fees;
  • If you are 65 years old or over, you MAY NOT opt in to Health and Dental plan(s);
  • Visit  for AMS details or  for SGPS details.

Undergraduate Programs

Includes Arts and Science, Commerce, Concurrent Education, Engineering and Applied Science, MBA, Nursing

Total: $841.57

Academic Grievance Centre 

The Academic Grievance Centre helps with academic grievances, regulations, and disciplinary issues. Their knowledgeable volunteers can be a resource and support if you have a problem or simply need someone to listen.

Fee Amount: $1.16

Accessibility Queen's 

AQ has worked since 1988 to improve campus accessibility by addressing the challenges that students with disabilities encounter and by supporting initiatives at
Queen’s that improve physical, academic, and social accessibility for students.

Fee Amount: $0.50

AMS Food Bank

The AMS Food Bank is a confidential and non-judgmental food service for members of the Queen’s community. The Food Bank ensures that Queen’s students can be healthy and productive as they pursue academic achievement.

Fee Amount: $4.00

AMS Membership Fee

Funds the AMS, which serves and represents all Queen’s undergraduates, provides eligibility to participate in AMS ratified clubs, conferences & events, access to 1000s of jobs and volunteer positions, and voting for representatives.

Fee Amount: $71.54


On-campus fitness centre; includes gymnasiums, squash courts, weight rooms, cardio zone, women’s only gym, aquatic pool, dance studios, and more. A wide breath of programming from varsity; intramurals; fitness and casual recreation is offered. Students can use their Queen’s student card to gain access to a multitude of active living opportunities. Locker rooms have showers, with laundry service available. 

Fee Amount: $350.69

Ban Righ Centre Mature Student Bursary

The foundation supports academic success for mature women students at Queen’s, including those with children. The bursary is a needs-based financial service available to mature women students.

Fee Amount: $1.00


Annual transit pass that gives students access to all Kingston bus routes an unlimited number of times, including routes negotiated specifically for students. Valid effective September 1 for 12 months.

Fee Amount: $122.00

Campus Observation Room

A harm-reduction program to reduce the risk of alcohol related injury by assessing and monitoring intoxicated students and referring them to a medical facility when warranted. This service is run by Student Wellness Services.

Fee Amount: $0.85

First Aid Queen's 

On-call and event based service providing prompt response that is both confidential and free of charge. The service is available 24/7 during the regular academic year, excluding Thanksgiving weekend, Reading Weeks and exam periods. 

Fee Amount: $3.75

Golden Words

Golden Words is a student-run humour publication founded in 1967 by EngSoc. It is the largest comedy organization on campus, producing articles and hosting events throughout the year. They accept contributions from all Queen’s students.

Fee Amount: $2.00

JDUC Accessibility Fund

This fee has been committed to the JDUC Redevelopment Capital Project to improve physical accessibility features for the redeveloped building. 

Fee Amount: $2.97

JDUC Redevelopment Fee

Supports the redevelopment of the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) into an accessible, sustainable, vibrant, and modern student centre at the crossroads of campus.

Fee Amount: $81.25

Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA)

OUSA represents the interests of approximately 150,000 professional and undergraduate, university students at 8 student associations across Ontario. Fees contribute to the infrastructure to support conferences and advocacy.

Fee Amount: $3.56

Peer Support Centre

Provides undergraduates with confidential, non-judgmental, and empathetic peer-based support on a range of topics including academic grievances, financial issues, oppression/discrimination, sexual assault, mental health, and more.  

Fee Amount: $8.00

Peer Support Centre - Admin. Fee

Administrative support for the Peer Support Centre.

Fee Amount: $4.26

Queen’s Journal

The Queen's Journal, oldest student run newspaper in Canada, founded in 1873, is the main and only editorially autonomous newspaper at Queen's, covering campus, student, and Kingston issues. Fee supports overall operations.

Fee Amount: $10.62

Queen's Legal Aid

Queen’s Legal Aid, a vital part of the community for decades, uses student fees to provide participating Queen’s students with a wide variety of free legal services
including notarial services and representation in courts and at tribunals.

Fee Amount: $5.50

Queen's StuCons

A peer-to-peer security service that embodies students being responsible for students. They work to keep everyone safe by upholding AMS and universities’ rules and regulations at sanctioned events and venues around campus.

Fee Amount: $9.02

Queen's StuCons - Admin. Fee

Administrative support for the Queen's Student Constables.

Fee Amount: $2.83

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

A non-profit organization providing free, confidential, non-judgmental crisis support, counselling, information, referral, and advocacy services for survivors of sexual violence in Kingston and surrounding areas.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Sexual Health Resource Centre

The SHRC promotes the highest standards of sexual health. They provide confidential information services and referrals, wholesale-cost products, educational
programs, and accompaniments. The fees collected fund operational costs.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Student Health Evening Clinic

Enables Student Wellness Services to operate their walk-in and by-appointment clinics between 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm Monday-Thursday.

Fee Amount: $3.75

Student Life Centre

Comprises the JDUC, Queen's Centre, and 51 Bader Lane (the Grey House). They provide bookable space for student groups and other members of the Queen's community, free programming for students, and information to all campus visitors. 

Fee Amount: $39.88

Student Life Centre – Admin. Fee

Administrative support for the Student Life Centre.

Fee Amount: $6.81

Student Wellness Services

Provides students with programs and services related to health and wellbeing. This includes a year-round medical clinic for students, counselling and psychiatry services, accessibility services, health promotion, therapy groups, and more.

Fee Amount: $73.69

Telephone Aid Line Kingston

A confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental listening support service. Their volunteers provide distress, crisis, befriending, and information support. Volunteers do not give advice but provide support and a safe place to talk. 

Fee Amount: $0.75


Walkhome is a student-run, completely anonymous and confidential safety service that provides safe walks to students both on campus and within the Kingston community.

Fee Amount: $16.23

Walkhome – Admin. Fee

Administrative support for Walkhome.

Fee Amount: $5.24

Work Bursary Program

Provides eligible students demonstrating financial need with the opportunity to receive priority for certain part-time positions during their studies.

Fee Amount: $6.75

World University Services of Canada

Provides funding to sponsor refugee students to attend Queen’s University via the World University Services Canada Student Refugee Support Program.

Fee Amount: $1.95

Total: $103.97

AMS Equity Grants

Administered by the AMS - Social Issues Commission to support equity work done on-campus to be used for initiatives, conferences, projects, and resources. Available to AMS members or AMS ratified clubs that want to make an equitable difference and benefit our campus.

Fee Amount: $2.00

ASUS Orientation Fundraising Fee

This fee strives to finance all Arts & Science Orientation events that contribute to its fundraising campaign. With events like Sidewalk Sale or the Mud Run, this fee provides an engaging Orientation centered around community and charity.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Camp Outlook

Camp Outlook is a local, volunteer run, charitable wilderness canoe tripping camp for disadvantaged youth from in and around Kingston. We use our opt-out fee to help cover the expense of training and certifying our volunteer trip leaders.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Canadian Association in Research in Regenerative Medicine at Queen's

A chapter of the Canadian Association for Research in regenerative Medicine, a non-profit organization that seeks to advance regenerative medicine. Raises money and awareness for research in reaching the future of modern healthcare.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare

CUCOH is a conference that enables undergraduates to engage in hands-on workshops, discussions, and seminars that showcase the multidisciplinary nature of
healthcare. CUCOH is the largest student-run healthcare conference in Canada.

Fee Amount: $0.30

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Provides resources, programming, professional teaching development opportunities for all aspects of teaching, curriculum development for all members of the teaching community at Queen’s, including students serving as Teaching Assistants.

Fee Amount: $2.00

CFRC 101.9 FM

Fees support student broadcast radio and podcast training, producing student driven and focused content; equipment maintenance and repair, and translatable job skills training for students in media, journalism, audio production, and more.

Fee Amount: $8.22

Clubs Grant 

The Clubs Grant fee directly supports the clubs’ community through additional funding to the AMS ratified Clubs Grants and Bursaries budget. These grants help to advance, enhance, and innovate their club activities, delivering an even greater experience.

Fee Amount: $2.00

Dawn House Women’s Shelter

Dawn House Services and Housing for Women is a local charitable organization which opened in 1986 in response to issues of homelessness. It provides temporary, transitional, and supportive shelter and housing for women who are homeless.

Fee Amount: $0.85

Exercise is Medicine Canada @ Queen’s

Exercise is Medicine Canada @ Queen’s University aims to develop and encourage physical activity with primary care physicians designing treatment plans for patients.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Exhibit Change 

Exhibit Change is a student-led club that aims to inform the community about significant issues (including but not limited to major global events, major social issues, etc.) while using the power of art as a means to garner interest in the topic and as a conduit for advocacy.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

In keeping with the teachings of the Four Directions, the Centre supports the well-being of the Indigenous Community at Queen’s as well as Indigenous students in balancing their academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Freedom from Violence Queen's

Freedom from Violence is a club that focuses on raising awareness and advocating for the end of violence against children, youth, seniors, and adults.

Fee Amount: $0.15

FreshSight Queen’s

FreshSight Queen’s provides pro-bono consulting services to local charities and national non-profit organizations. They provide students an opportunity to develop their professional skill set in a rewarding environment.  

Fee Amount: $0.55

Friday Friends

An informal group mentorship program that seeks to facilitate the social and personal development of young adults with intellectual disabilities through a variety of social activities with Queen’s students.

Fee Amount: $0.40

Friends of MSF Queen’s

The Friends of MSF: Queen’s Club is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF or Doctors without Borders) in support of the
organization’s global health initiatives.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Gender Affirming Assistance Project

A community-based group that provides support and resources for Two-spirit, trans, non-binary and gender diverse community members with the goal of reducing financial barriers when transitioning or accessing gender affirming care.

Fee Amount: $2.00

Get REAL Queen’s

A chapter of a youth-focused non-profit organization that energizes LGBTQ+ students and their allies to voice their stories. Aims to break down prejudice, promote unity, and foster compassion through workshops and safe space events.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Good Times Diner

Good Times Diner is a student-run soup kitchen that provides a volunteer experience for Queen’s students to help serve meals to low-income individuals in the Kingston community.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Helen Tufts Child Outreach Program

All-volunteer program for elementary school children from under-resourced families in Kingston’s north end who meet one-on-one with Queen’s University students for tutoring in a relaxed, fun environment. 

Fee Amount: $0.60

Jack.Org is Canada's only charity training and empowering young people to revolutionize mental health. Through Jack Talks, Jack Chapters, and Jack Summits young leaders identify and dismantle barriers to positive mental health.

Fee Amount: $0.30

Kingston Canadian Film Festival

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is a registered charity that celebrates Canadian film and media. Every March, the festival offers opportunities for students to learn, build skills, network, create, exhibit, or join the festival team.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Kingston Gets Active Ambassadors Club

An AMS ratified club that works to support Kingston Gets Active by recruiting ambassadors and organizing events at Queen's and in the community. Fee used to increase community events and provide more equitable access to physical activity opportunities.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Levana Gender Advocacy Centre

LGAC is an organization that supports the Kingston community through advocating for gender empowerment. Funding goes to programming, workshops, and grants we provide students and local organizations for equity initiatives.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Loving Spoonful

This fee provides healthy, fresh food to agencies in Kingston serving those who need good food. Over 12,000 meals are provided from the surplus food Loving
Spoonful collects from Queen’s campus restaurants and other food vendors.

Fee Amount: $0.90

Menstrual Equity Project 

The Menstrual Equity Project fee provides to all Queen’s students on campus access to a variety of menstrual products for free. The initiative is divided into two goals; education, to tackle stigma and period poverty, and accessibility.

Fee Amount: $1.10

Mental Health Awareness Committee (MHAC)

A student group dedicated to raising awareness about mental illness and reducing the stigma that has become ingrained in the discussion of mental health, primarily through contact-based education, information, and resources.

Fee Amount: $0.20

Muse Magazine

MUSE is a fashion, arts, entertainment, and lifestyle publication that aims to collectively portray the artistic scene in the Queen's and Kingston community alike. MUSE strives to form a bridge between the inspiring and the aspiring. 

Fee Amount: $0.50

NeuGeneration Conference on Neuroscience

Queen's University's first ever neuroscience conference, run by passionate students with diverse academic backgrounds to facilitate networking with researchers in neuroscience and gain an appreciation for the multidisciplinary Field. 

Fee Amount: $0.35


The Ontario Public Interest Research Group – Kingston at Queen’s University (OPIRG) is Queen’s campus-based centre of community-based research, education, and action supporting social and environmental justice. 

Fee Amount: $3.00

Proactive Minds 

A student-run group focused on adolescents aged 11-14 and mental health and illness. Providing science-based, educational, fun workshops for youth and parents within the Kingston community.

Fee Amount: $0.20

Project Red

Project Red works to make heart health fashionable through an annual fashion show run and many other events while raising money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. We educate students on heart disease and how to live a healthy lifestyle.

Fee Amount: $1.00


Qapsule is creating Queen's first interdisciplinary, multimedia, academic Health Sciences journal. The purpose is to disseminate research findings in the health
sciences, highlight faculty and student success, and showcase the works of all undergraduate students related to the health sciences.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Queen’s Aero Design Team

The Queen’s Aero Design Team (QADT) is a multidisciplinary student-run team focused on the annual design and construction of electric unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) for the annual USC Unmanned Aerial Systems Competition.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s American Sign Language Club

Queen's American Sign Language (QASL) offers students a free and engaging environment to learn sign language. Working extensively to create a more inclusive and accessible environment to continue bridging the gap between the deaf and Hard of Hearing communities and the hearing community.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Applied Biotechnology Club

Students passionate about the advancement of biotechnology in several sub-fields. We create new methods and technologies as well as reproduce previously established technologies and experiments, all with the intention to provide opportunities to learn as well as push the field.

Fee Amount: $0.15

QMIND - Queen’s Artificial Intelligence Hub

QMIND gives over 100 students experience in machine learning through design projects with companies and through research, while providing career opportunities. We strive to create learning opportunities for anyone interested in this space.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Asian Students' Association

As the oldest cultural club on campus, Queen’s Asian Students’ Association provides a safe and welcoming community while promoting inclusivity and diversity for the Queen’s community, breaking the stigma surrounding Asian culture, and promoting discussion of racial injustice.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change (QBACC)

QBACC is a student-run environmental activism/advocacy group that seeks to respond to the seriousness of climate change and other prominent environmental issues. Fees used to attend conferences and run campaigns.

Fee Amount: $1.50

Queen’s Baja SAE Design Team

The Queen’s Baja SAE Design Team is a group of undergraduates from all backgrounds who design, build, and race an off-road racing vehicle from the ground up to compete in the North American Baja SAE Series.

Fee Amount: $0.69

Queen’s Bands

Representing Queen’s since 1905, the oldest student marching band in Canada, performing at football, volleyball, and hockey games and at alumni events and parades. Funding used for equipment, uniform maintenance, and travel costs to events. 

Fee Amount: $4.15

Queen’s Best Buddies

A campus affiliate of best Buddies Canada, which aims to facilitate friendships by pairing people with intellectual / developmental disabilities from the Kingston community with Queen's students.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen's Black Academic Society 

Queen’s Black Academic Society aims to advance Black academics through a focus on education, wellness, and issues pertinent to the Black student community. This fee will allow events to be held without fees, removing barriers for students.

Fee Amount: $0.50 

Queen's Black Clubs Caucus 

Queen’s Black Clubs Caucus is composed of eight Black student clubs. The caucus aims to support these clubs and the students within them. This fee will allow the caucus to hold large scale events for the Black student population.

Fee Amount: $1.10 

Queen's Black Premedical Association

Encourages and supports premedical students on their journey to becoming medical professionals and healthcare practitioners. Aids black students — as well as other students from underrepresented communities — through resources and mentorship.

Fee Amount: $0.05

Queen’s Bridge Building Team

The Queen’s Bridge Building Team (QBBT) is a multi-disciplinary engineering design team consisting of sub-teams that design and construct innovative bridges solely from popsicle sticks, white glue, and dental floss.

Fee Amount: $0.35

Queen’s Cardiac Research Committee

This club intends to raise awareness about the importance of cardiovascular research, as well as inspiring students to explore career options that align
with their interests. The group intends to make otherwise complicated research more accessible for the general public’s understanding.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen’s Chapter West Africa AIDS Foundation

QWAAF aims to raise funds and awareness to support the West Africa AIDS Foundation (WAAF). They work to provide better opportunities to those in Ghana who are underprivileged with regards to receiving basic healthcare and education.

Fee Amount: $0.40

Queen's Chess Club 

Queen’s Chess Club is a diverse community of students sharing their passion for chess. The group organizes chess tournaments, social events and weekly meetings.

Fee Amount: $0.05

Queen’s CODE

Queen’s CODE fundraises to promote the Canadian Organization for Development through Education’s good works in developing countries with the goal of promoting every child’s right to read. The fee will fund speaker fees, marketing, community outreach, and generally improve event quality.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Queen’s Concrete Canoe Team

The concrete canoe team is a student run engineering design team who designs develops and constructs a canoe made entirely of concrete and completes in the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition with universities internationally.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Conference on Education

Queen’s Conference on Education (QCE) is a not-for-profit conference open to all undergraduates and faculties. The conference is tailored for anyone who is interested in expanding and enriching their educational viewpoints.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Queen's Correctional Service Volunteers

Queen's Correctional Service Volunteers connect interested Queen's students with volunteer opportunities in Correctional Services Canada. They work on federal offender rehabilitation and reintegration in four Kingston penitentiaries. 

Fee Amount: $0.40

Queen's Debating Union

Established in 1841, the QDU is the oldest student organization on campus, and one of the oldest in North America. The QDU represents Queen's at National, North American, and World Championships. 

Fee Amount: $1.40

Queen's Dental Network 

A student-led, non-profit group dedicated to advancing oral health and hygiene in the Kingston community through education, advocacy, and redistribution of products making oral care accessible. The fee will be used to fund products and workshops.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Queen’s EngiQueers

Queen's EngiQueers runs events and initiatives to cultivate a positive, accepting, inclusive, and accessible environment for queer-identified students and their allies in engineering.

Fee Amount: $0.05

Queen’s Entrepreneurs' Competition (QEC)

QEC, operating since the late 1980's, dedicated to organizing a competition, attended by undergraduates around the globe. Pitching their business plans to top Canadian business leaders for over $80,000 in prizes.

Fee Amount: $0.50

A campus community resource featuring upcoming arts, academic, and social events at Queen's through Funding goes toward marketing, website development and training.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Female Leadership in Politics Conference

QFLIP is the premier Canadian undergraduate conference working towards the intersectional empowerment of women in the political realm. Students engage with inspiring speakers, skill-building workshops, and networking opportunities.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen's Formula SAE Design and Race Team

This group of motivated students design, build, and race an open wheeled, formula-style race car each year. Once completed, they attend several international events to compete against other universities in various technical evaluations.

Fee Amount: $0.69

Queen’s Genetically Engineered Machine Team

Queen’s Genetically Engineered Machine (QGEM) is an interdisciplinary design team which represents Queen’s at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition. QGEM also provides employment for students from all programs.

Fee Amount: $0.69

Queen’s Health Outreach

A student-run non-profit dedicated to engaging youth in needs-based, peer-to-peer discussions by collaboration with community partners, and empowering youth to lead health lives. Fees contribute to travel, living and teaching expenses.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Queen’s Healthcare and Business Conference

The first student-run conference in Canada to explore the dynamic relationship between business and healthcare. They want to help shape the future of healthcare by creating a space for passion to shine and collaboration to flourish.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Healthcare and Human Rights Conference

A student-led conference that bridges the humanities, sciences, and social sciences by providing a forum for academics, community members, and students to address and discuss global challenges at the intersection of health care and human rights.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Queen’s Helping Haiti

Established in 2014 to support the Kingston-based Helping Haiti. They run events on campus to raise awareness about the violence and poverty in Cite Soleil
and raise funds to help carry out projects for the betterment of the community.

Fee Amount: $0.60

Queen’s International Affairs Association

The Queen’s International Affairs Association is one of the largest and oldest clubs at Queen’s (circa 1907). They run a number of initiatives in order to provide students with unique experiences in international affairs.

Fee Amount: $1.95

Queen’s Leaders Engaging in Change

QLEC strives to inspire delegates with a memorable conference weekend comprised of stimulating speakers, workshops and activities. Delegates explore ways to lead positive change by bridging the gap between ideas and community action.

Fee Amount: $0.30

Queen’s Love146

A chapter of Love146, an international charity working to end child trafficking through survivor care, education, and empowerment. We raise awareness of exploitation and fundraise to aid in prevention and rehabilitation.

Fee Amount: $0.05

Queen's Lyme Disease Coalition, Madoc's Chapter

Raising money and awareness for the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation.

Fee Amount: $0.10

Queen’s Medical Brigades

A chapter of Global Medical Brigades, an international movement of students and medical professionals working to implement sustainable health systems in rural and under-resourced communities in Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ghana.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Queen’s Medical Review

A student-run publication from within the School of Medicine, sharing news, research projects, medical electives, debates on healthcare issues, discussions on medicine and culture, and creative submissions. Fee supports overall operations.

Fee Amount: $0.65

Queen's Model Parliament 

QMP is the oldest model parliament in Canada. Each year, QMP engages a group of dedicated students who come together to form political parties, run for government, draft bills, and finally debate these bills on the floor of the house of Commons.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Musical Theatre

With origins dating to 1883 and the original Queen's Glee Club, QMT has been putting on professional-quality musicals since 1969. They provide Queen's students with positive learning experiences as they provide full-length musicals.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Queen’s Project on International Development (QPID)

QPID is a student-run organization focused on raising development awareness and getting people to think critically about global development issues. Their internships and local events strive to engage in both informed and sustainable action.

Fee Amount: $2.50

Queen's Project Sunshine 

Queen’s Project Sunshine is a chapter of Project Sunshine, an international not-for-profit organization that brings free educational, creative, and social programming to children facing medical challenges. Our club provides three avenues of engagement: TelePlay, Sending Sunshine, and fundraising.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Queen's Protecting Animal Welfare Society

Queen’s Protecting Animal Welfare Society (QPAWS) is student-run and aims to raise funds and awareness for animals in need in the Kingston community and to draw attention to the hardships animals face while in shelters and what can be done to help them.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Queen's Robogals

A student-run volunteer organization that encourages young women to pursue higher education in engineering and technology-related studies by running free, educational workshops for students in elementary and high schools.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen's Rocket Engineering Team

QRET is a student design team manufacturing high-speed aircraft along with aerospace industry education. The team's goal is to build a sounding rocket every year which will compete at international competitions..

Fee Amount: $0.69

Queen's Soul Food

A student-run organization which delivers unconsumed food from Queen's University campus cafeterias to three local Kingston shelters every night.

Fee Amount: $0.10

Queen’s Space Conference

The Queen's Space Conference (QSC), held in Kingston, Ontario, is an annual, non-profit, student-run conference focused on connecting undergraduate students with space industry leaders.

Fee Amount: $0.35

Queen's Space Engineering Team

QSET is a group of students who share the desire to explore and compete in the world of space, science, and technology. No experience is required to join. The goal is to provide an environment where students can develop industry transferable skills through hands-on experience.

Fee Amount: $0.70

Queen's Students 4 Special Olympics

In partnership with Special Olympics Ontario, S4SO provides soccer and basketball programming for youth with intellectual disabilities in Kingston and the surrounding area facilitated by Queen's students..

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen's Students for Literacy

Queen’s Students for Literacy runs three different programs that help different groups in the community build their literacy skills and foster a love of reading and writing: Literacy Outreach, Prison Literacy Initiative, and Read for Fun.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Queen's University Blood Team 

The Blood Team works with Canadian Blood Services to raise awareness about blood donation on campus and to facilitate accessible, easy, and comfortable blood clinics once a month in either the BioScience Complex or the Queen’s Centre.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Queen's University Taylor Swift Society 

The group brings together individuals with an interest in Taylor Swift’s life and musical legacy. With a variety of events, the club creates a community where students can bond with others over their love for Swift’s music.

Fee Amount: $0.10

Queen's VEX U Robotics Team

A diverse group of Queen’s students who compete in the VEX U Robotics Competition, an interdisciplinary robotics-based international challenge that requires students to design, build, and program multiple robots for various challenges.

Fee Amount: $0.69

Queen’s Women in Leadership

Hosts an annual four-day conference bringing students, businesses, and speakers together to build connections, learn about and discuss women’s issues, and empower a new generation of female leaders.

Fee Amount: $1.50

Queen's Women Pre-Law Society 

QWPLS aims to bring women together by providing resources and support for undergraduates who want to pursue careers in law.

Fee Amount: $0.10 

A campus community resource featuring upcoming arts, academic, and social events at Queen's through Funding goes towards marketing, website development, and training.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Scinapse Queen's

The Queen's branch of the Ontario Scinapse Undergraduate Science Case Competition allows undergraduate students to apply case-based learning to a challenging, educational, and fun research-oriented problem.

Fee Amount: $0.15

Smith Black Business Association 

SBBA exists to create a world where Black business professionals can achieve their dreams. We provide mentorship, upskilling, and job opportunities. The fee will support strategic events like Black on Bay, the BYBC conference, and various workshops.

Fee Amount: $0.80

Step Above Stigma

Founded at Queen’s University, with over 100 volunteers working towards a fundraising goal of $1,000,000 to facilitate systemic change within the Canadian mental health care system. Our mission is to de-stigmatize, revolutionize, and redefine what it means to have mental health or struggle with mental illness(es).

Fee Amount: $0.30

Sustainability Action Fund (SAF)

The SAF is a grant fund that awards money to groups looking to either run new sustainability themed projects on campus or to improve their existing operations. Any individual, club, organization, or service is eligible to apply.

Fee Amount: $2.00

SWAM Kingston

S.W.A.M. is a student-run, non-profit organization that provides affordable one-to-one swimming lessons for children with special needs in the Kingston community. Fees contribute to pool rental and training costs.

Fee Amount: $0.10

Tea Room

A student-run, carbon neutral, zero consumer waste café established in 2006 and guided by the principles of fiscal sustainability, environmental responsibility, and community education.

Fee Amount: $0.75


TEDxQueensU is a conference that aims to unite great thinkers in the Queen's and Kingston communities. They organize events under the banner of Ideas Worth
Spreading to educate delegates and spark meaningful conversations on and off campus.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Tricolour Yearbook & Studio Q

Student-run creative agency producing high-quality video, graphics, photography, and design services. Paying the fee entitles one to receive the yearly Tricolour Yearbook, available for pickup on campus or shipped to your location.

Fee Amount: $27.05

UNICEF Queen’s

UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund is a global, non-profit organization that aims to build a world where the rights of every child are realized. This fee contributes to advocacy efforts at Queens and funding global initiatives.

Fee Amount: $0.75

Union Gallery

The Union Gallery shows contemporary art and related programming. The fee supports experiential learning, professional development, and research opportunities for students by contributing to the overall operating.

Fee Amount: $4.00

Optional with proof of existing coverage.

Health & Dental Fees


AMS Dental Plan  $154.50
AMS Dental Plan Admin Fee $5.98
Total: $160.48
AMS Health Plan  $183.96
AMS Health Plan Admin Fee $5.98
Total: $189.94
Total Fees:  $350.42

Find more information on primary and supplementary health insurance.

Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $34.30
Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) Membership Fee

This fee provides funding to help enhance the undergraduate experience through opportunities, advocacy, and supports. Arts and Science students can access our volunteer roles, student jobs, an array of events and conferences, financial aid, and representation through ASUS electoral bodies.

Fee Amount: $31.55

Arts and Science Undergraduate Orientation Fee

This fee goes towards fostering a stronger and more accessible orientation week. The funding is allocated towards lower registration fees, enhancing orientation week, and providing financial support for sibling societies such as CESA, PHEKSA and COMPSA.

Fee Amount: $2.75

Optional Fees

Total: $5.25
ASUS Equity Support Fund 

This fee will support arts and science students who are engaged in equity work providing funding for their projects through a student-run club.

Fee Amount: $1.25

Arts & Science Undergraduate Research Fund (ASURF)

ASURF assists in funding undergraduate research projects. This fund is open to undergraduate research of all kinds & supports research in all ways to make pursuing one’s passions in research accessible to all students.

Fee Amount: $3.75

QNSA x ASUS Indigenous Student Awards 

This fee will directly contribute to the creation of two vital indigenous student leadership awards. Awards play a crucial role in recognizing and empowering indigenous students within our campus community.

Fee Amount: $0.25

Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $30.00
Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA)

CESA student fees help cover Con-Ed events (camp, socials, formal, year events), Athletics/Sustainability/Equity-based events, Community/Alumni outreach, Bader College events, workshops, academic support, marketing, bursaries, and administrative fees.

Fee Amount: $30

Computing Students Association (COMPSA)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $25.00
COMPSA Mandatory Fee

Supports the tutorials organized for midterms and exams in computing classes, and the organization of seminars that provide students with recruitment and networking opportunities.

Fee Amount: $25.00

Optional Fees

Total: $18.87
COMPSA Membership Fee

This fee allows us to enrich the computing student experience through events such as Formal and Financial Aid Events, lets us market potential professional opportunities, and aid in the development of projects such as our Mentorship Program.

Fee Amount: $18.87

Commerce Society (COMSOC)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $85
Commerce Society Operating Fee

This fee is a mandatory fee charged to all Commerce students to fund internal ComSoc operations, in addition to contributing to the ComSoc student bursary.

Fee Amount: $85

Optional Fees

Total: $15
Commerce Outreach Fund

The Outreach Fund is intended to be utilized by the Commerce Society for philanthropic and community outreach purposes, encouraging Commerce students to give back to the Kingston community.

Fee Amount: $10

Student Venture Fund Fee

The Student Venture Fund finances student led projects that aim to better the Commerce student experience. The SVF contributes to projects that cannot be funded through donation, or where the financial burden would be unfairly placed on a small group of students.

Fee Amount: $5

Engineering Society (ENGSOC)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $94.84
Queen’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) Fee

This fee funds the operations of the Queen’s Engineering Society, including our services, corporate initiatives, student support, and governance.

Fee Amount: $94.84

Health Sciences Society (HSS)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $30.00
HSS Membership Fee

This fee supports Health Sciences Society to run unique events for the Health Sciences community while providing supports for our students in many areas of university life.

Fee Amount: $30.00

Optional Fees

Total: $11.00
HSS Student Initiative Fee

The Student Initiative Fund aims to empower students to pursue their passions and projects that benefit the BHSc or greater community. Students can apply for funding, and upon approval, will be allocated funds and later reimbursed upon presentation of receipts for their related purchases.

Fee Amount: $2.00

HSS EDI+I Grant Fee 

The HSS EDI+I Grant Initiative serves to provide funding for all BHSc Students in support of individual and club-based initiatives to improve the financial accessibility of extracurricular activities that promote I-EDIAA within the campus and greater community.

Fee Amount: $2.00

HSS BHSc Orientation 

The BHSc Orientation Fee will directly fund Orientation operations, executed by the Health Sciences Orientation Executive Committee, to improve the
financial accessibility of Orientation week. A portion will support the Orientation Bursary for Incoming Students seeking further financial assistance.

Fee Amount: $5.00

HSS Accessibility Bursary 

The HSS Accessibility Bursary will provide funding for BHSc students. This bursary recognizes the importance of inclusivity and diversity in creating a vibrant campus community. By assisting in removing financial constraints, students can fully engage in campus life, from extracurricular activities to academic pursuits.

Fee Amount: $2


Nursing Science Society (NSS)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $95.84
NSS Appreciation

NSS appreciation is an end-of-the-year event for the NSS assembly members to appreciate their hard work during the year and reflect on their contributions.

Fee Amount: $1.00

NSS Athletics

Annual dodgeball between various health programs such as Nursing, Medicine, PT.

Fee Amount: $1.00

NSS Assembly Meetings

Open attendance and informative approaches to bi-weekly assemblies is promoted through space rentals, food, and appreciation to guest speakers. All students are welcome to attend and learn about positions and opportunities.

Fee Amount: $0.70

NSS Class Councils

Class councils for each year run events to increase and strengthen rapport within the year and between different years as well. The fee allows events, fundraisers, and more to be run.

Fee Amount: $4.67

NSS CNSA Membership

The CNSA, known as the Canadian Students Nursing Organization is an organization that hold an annual conference that promotes the national voice of Canadian nursing students. CNSA's goal is to increase the legal, ethical, professional, and educational aspects which are an integral part of nursing. CNSA is actively dedicated to the positive promotion of nurses and the nursing profession as a whole.

Fee Amount: $10.00

NSS Events 

This fee helps to fund NSS-planned social and professional development events and other NSS activities. Also supports the planning of events like career fair and nursing formal.

Fee Amount: $5.83

NSS Financial Stability Fee

Supports the ongoing functions, stability and viability of the society and their oversight of Orientation week, conferences, events, opportunities, and national and local advocacy, amongst many other things.

Fee Amount: $2.23

NSS Graduation Fee

The Graduating Fee is for the pinning ceremony when a student graduates from the undergraduate Nursing program at Queens.

Fee Amount: $24.78

NSS Health and Wellness Portfolio

Health and wellness commissioner's profile is to provide resources to help inform students about health and wellness in relation to Nursing and provide opportunities to practice those skills.

Fee Amount: $1.45

Executive Honorarium 

The Executive Honorarium is an appreciation for the volunteer services and dedication of the Executive and will be divided equally between the President, VPOPs, VPUA, and Senator.

Fee Amount: $5.35

NSS Health Training & Workshops

Health and Wellness training workshops and wellness related events for de-stressors. Examples include mental health presentations and healthy living training.

Fee Amount: $1.45

NSS Interns 

The Intern Project is anything the incoming interns want to see be developed or integrated into the nursing community. It could range from creation of a student lounge to creation of a video introducing Queen's Nursing.

Fee Amount: $1.12

NSS Mentorship Program

The mentorship program is under the events commissioner's profile. It provides incoming students with an opportunity to pair with an upper year student.

Fee Amount: $1.45

NSS National Nursing Student Week

NNSW is an event under the CNSA. According to the CNSA website, NNSW is an annual, week-long event held each November. The purpose of NNSW in the past has always been to showcase the contributions of nursing students to their practice settings and celebrate their accomplishments throughout their program of study. This year, we wanted to add an extra dimension and acknowledge the stresses and hardships that nursing students endure and the resilience that they demonstrate.

Fee Amount: $0.56

NSS Nursing Student General Bursary

The Nursing Student General Bursary is a sum of money available for students during orientation week who may need financial aid to participate in this community building week.

Fee Amount: $1.60

NSS Office

Maintenance and upkeep of the NSS Lounge and office, including coffee and tea for students, replacement of damaged items, snacks, utensils, and school supplies for the use of students.

Fee Amount: $0.34

NSS Orientation Week

Orientation week is a week for students to get to know and familiarize themselves with the people they will be spending the next four years with the program itself, and the Queen's University campus. During their 'Beach Day,' the NSS hosts this event and provides food for this excursion.

Fee Amount: $22.00

NSS Professional Development

Academics and professional development commissioner's portfolio is to provide workshops, skill building, networking opportunities for students to expand their professional skill set and discover career opportunities.

Fee Amount: $1.45

NSS Student Initiative Fund

Student Initiative Fund is a sum of money for Nursing students who may need financial aid to study in the Nursing program at Queens University.

Fee Amount: $2.23

NSS Study Buddies Program

Study Buddies is a program where upper years hold open tutoring sessions in specific courses for First and Second-year students. This runs both terms and depending on the course, has two sessions of either two or three hours.

Fee Amount: $2.67

NSS Textbook Library

The Textbook Library in the nursing student lounge is a resource for students to use up to date and year specific nursing books.

Fee Amount: $1.52

NSS Website

The NSS website is an interface with details about the NSS assembly, assembly minutes and agendas, constitutions, and how it came to be.

Fee Amount: $0.56

NSS Words of Wisdom

Words of Wisdom is a speaker series where we invite several speakers from various fields to share their Nursing experience and journey to students.

Fee Amount: $0.30

4-Year Track Head Cape and NOC Honorarium 

This fee is in appreciation of the volunteer services of the organizers of Nursing Orientation with 26% going to Head Cape and 74% equally divided amongst the remaining Committee members.

Fee Amount: $1.58

Physical Health Education and Kinesiology Student Association (PHEKSA)

Mandatory Fees

Total: $27.00
PHEKSA Membership Fee

The fee supports PHEKSA to run unique events for the Kinesiology community while providing supports for our students in many areas of university life.

Fee Amount: $27.00

Graduate Programs

Includes Consecutive Education, Law, Medicine, and Graduate Studies.

Total: $653.12

Alma Mater Society Food Bank

Serves as a confidential and non-judgmental food service to members of the Queen’s community, which aims to provide clients with food services in the most comfortable environment possible.

Fee Amount: $4.00

Athletics and Recreation

Allows for the usage of athletics and recreation facilities by SGPS members and their participation in recreational clubs, intramurals, and health and wellness sessions.

Fee Amount: $210.48

Ban Righ Centre

Provides several academic supports to mature women at Queen’s University who identify as female. These supports include student advising, faculty mentoring and a writing studio program. The centre proves a strong peer community and space for students to complete their academic work in a welcoming, inclusive environment.

Fee Amount: $3.00

Bus-It Annual Kingston 

Transit pass for students.

Fee Amount: $122.00

Campus Observation Room

A harm-reduction program aimed at reducing the risk of alcohol-related injury by assessing and monitoring intoxicated students and referring them to a medical facility when warranted. This non-medical detox service is run by Student Wellness Services with the support of Hotel Dieu Hospital detox staff.

Fee Amount: $0.50

Canadian Federation of Students

A bilingual national union of over one-half million students from more than 64 university and college students’ unions across Canada, they create space and opportunity for students across the country and province to join together in creating change and winning victories on and off campus.

Fee Amount: $20.16

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Provides resources, programming, professional teaching development opportunities for all aspects of teaching, curriculum development for all members of the teaching community at Queen’s, including students serving as Teaching Assistants.

Fee Amount: $1.40

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Supports Indigenous graduate student’s academic success through our SAGE (Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement) Writing Retreat. Students are able to connect with a writing instructor and mentor throughout the week-long retreat to receive feedback on their writing.

Fee Amount: $1.00

JDUC Redevelopment

JDUC redevelopment means a 4000-square foot graduate-student wing that will be designed by and for graduate students. In addition, it will deliver 122,000 square feet of new high-quality space, 3,200 square feet of new club space, one floor dedicated to new event/conference space and 8,800 square feet of new study space.

Fee Amount: $47.43

Legal Aid

The oldest and largest of the Queen’s clinic programs, Queen’s Legal Aid (QLA) has been a vital part of the Faculty of Law’s service to the community for decades. Working closely with Legal Aid Ontario, QLA provides students with real-world experience through a vast range of legal tasks and challenges as part of the QLA team.

Fee Amount: $5.50

Queen’s International Student Society Bursary Program

Contributes towards the overall financial assistance the university is able to direct towards the support of international students who experience financial difficulty.

Fee Amount: $0.71

Sexual Health Resource Centre

An education driven sexual health information and referral service. The primary goal of the SHRC is to work towards and provide upstream health care initiatives relating to sexual health which, includes prevention campaigns, education workshops and providing access to barrier methods.

Fee Amount: $1.02

SGPS Commission Fee

This fee is in support of the SGPS' Athletics & Wellness Commission; Equity & Diversity Commission; Indigenous Graduate Liaison; International Affairs Commission; and Social Commission which provide events and initiatives that foster awareness; provide support; promote a work/life balance; as well as build and maintain a spirit of community between SGPS members as they reach their academic goals.

Fee Amount: $12.00

SGPS Student Advisors

A free and confidential service which provides academic advice, strategies for self-advocacy and referrals regarding academic issues to Graduate and Professional students at Queen’s University.

Fee Amount: $6.00

SGPS Society Fee

The SGPS represents and advocates for students at all levels of University and lobbies the federal, provincial and municipal governments on issues crucial to the well-being and success of graduate and professional students. Elected representatives participate in the governance of the University Senate, the Board of Trustees, the University Council and over 40 University Committees. The SGPS also facilitates numerous services and programs including Health &
Dental Insurance, SGPS Student Advisors and the SGPS Financial Assistance program. Members of the SGPS will receive access to all SGPS events and programming.

Fee Amount: $89.50

Student Life Centre

Comprised of the temporary space being used during the John Deutsch University Centre construction, 51 Bader Lane, MacGillivray-Brown Hall, MacCorry student street, and the Queen’s Centre. Collectively these buildings provide assignable space and facilities for student community governance and operations. Additionally, these buildings collectively constitute the principal location for the essential student-focused programs and services.

Fee Amount: $28.34

Student Wellness Services

Supports the personal, academic, and social development of students at Queen’s University by providing a range of programs and services. Their mission is to provide a welcoming, confidential, and integrated service that is responsive to the needs of students.

Fee Amount: $73.83

The Queen's Journal 

A completely student-run newspaper at Queen’s, they currently publish a weekly print edition and regular online content throughout the year. The paper's staff is composed of a handful of dedicated volunteers and staff, including graduate students, that write, edit, design, and photograph all of their content.

Fee Amount: $3.10


Walkhome is a completely student-run, anonymous, and confidential safety service that provide safe walks to students both on campus and within the Kingston community. The funds from this fee go towards the overall operating budget, contributing to help ensure the comfort of individuals as they go from destination to destination, after hours.

Fee Amount: $14.11

Work Study Program

Provides students with demonstrated financial need with the opportunity to receive priority for certain part-time jobs during their studies.

Fee Amount: $5.56

World University Services Canada Queen’s

Aims to build a supportive environment for refugee students who come to Queen’s though a scholarship package for refugees sponsored by the Student Refugee Support Program, while also raising awareness for various other global development issues through on campus initiatives.

Fee Amount: $3.48

Total: $42.96

Camp Outlook 

Encourages young people from 13 to 17 years old to develop their inner strength, self-worth, and capacity to succeed through extended backcountry canoe expeditions free of charge. Campers are referred by a social agency or school so youth, who may not otherwise have the opportunity, may go to camp.

Fee Amount: $1.00

CFRC 101.9 FM

Kingston’s only campus & community radio station, this is a not-for-profit, volunteer-powered media outlet that offers diverse music and spoken word programming 24/7 and provides free broadcast skills training and experience to members of the community.

Fee Amount: $7.50

Kingston Youth Shelter Project 

Strives to make a difference in the lives of homeless youth by offering a safe and supportive emergency shelter that encourages their growth and provides them with access to community resources.

Fee Amount: $1.00

Ontario Public Interest Research Group- Kingston 

A student-driven centre for community-based research, education, and action supporting social and environmental justice. Works to support critical research that is used to develop educational materials and campaigns that create lasting change.

Fee Amount: $4.66

Queen's Daycare 

Provides high-quality, affordable childcare that is responsive to the needs of families within the community of Queen's University.

Fee Amount: $2.00

Reelout Arts Project 

Celebrates queer media arts and contributes to community vitality by programming materials that focus on issues of sexuality, race, culture, religion, class, gender, ability, health and age, thereby purposefully drawing together and initiating challenging dialogue among both the larger Kingston community and the queer community.

Fee Amount: $1.80

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston 

Provides free, confidential, non-judgemental support for all survivors of recent and/or historic sexual violence. They also work to educate individuals and organizations on the impact of sexual violence, while organizing and advocating for systemic and social change required to end sexual violence.

Fee Amount: $1.25

Telephone Aid Line Kingston

Provides a confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental listening support service for all members of the Kingston community and surrounding area. The service is entirely volunteer run and provides distress, crisis, befriending and information support.

Fee Amount: $0.75

The Grad Club

Provides a safe, inclusive, environmentally friendly, and dedicated space on campus for the graduate and professional student community at Queen’s and offers a variety of benefits and contributions to the wider Queen’s community.

Fee Amount: $20.00

Union Gallery

An organization committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of contemporary art, to supporting excellence in the arts, and to creating a place where students and emerging artists an work with professionals to obtain skills training and career development in the visual arts.

Fee Amount: $3.00

The SGPS Health and Dental Plan is a group insurance plan which provides supplemental Health and Dental coverage to September start, full-time students who are charged the SGPS Student Fee slate. Individuals are able to opt out of the plan if they provide proof of alternate supplemental Health and Dental coverag

SGPS Health and Dental Fee 2023-2024


Fall 2024 SGPS Health and Dental Fee $739.66
Winter 2025 SGPS Health and Dental Fee $493.11


For more information, please visit the SGPS information page.


Find more information on primary and supplementary health insurance.


Mandatory Fees

Total: $140.00
MBA Society Fee

Enhances the MBA student experience through student- run initiatives that promote networking outside of the classroom (activities, trips, sports). Various clubs allow students to learn about new industries and pursue their career objectives.

Fee Amount: $140.00



Mandatory Fees

Total: $12.00
Computing Graduate Society

The Queen's Graduate Computing Society (QGCS) strives to enhance the social environment and facilitate how students can contribute to the School of Computing. Additionally, QGCS serves to represent the interests of its members to the School of Computing staff, faculty and administration.

Fee Amount: $12.00


Mandatory Fees

Total: $40.50
Education Graduate Student Society

EGSS hosts a number of events throughout the year, including social events, academic events, and networking opportunities which are funded through this fee. All proceeds of the fee go towards events as they comprise volunteers. 

Fee Amount: $15.00

Part-Time Education Graduate Student Society

EGSS hosts a number of events throughout the year, including social events, academic events, and networking opportunities which are funded through this fee. All proceeds of the fee go towards events as we comprise of volunteers.

Fee Amount: $7.50

Education Student Society

The Education Students Society (ESS) is the student government for 5th year Bachelor of Education students at Queen’s. Fees will go to cover events and the organization of professional workshops. The ESS has and will continue to make sure that all Education students feel welcomed at Queen’s and that they have the best experience possible.

Fee Amount: $15.00

SGPS Student Advisors (formerly SGPS Peer Academic Advisors)

A free and confidential service which provides advice, strategies for self-advocacy and referrals regarding academic issues to Graduate and Professional students at Queen's University.

Fee Amount: $3.00

Please note: Concurrent Education students are assessed the entire SGPS Mandatory and Optional Fee slates. Due to the unique nature of their program, they pay an adjusted fee for the SGPS Student Advisors only. All other fees should be charged as normal.


Optional Fees

Total: $20.00
Graduate Geography Student Council

The GGSC fee is charged to full-time Geography graduate students and it goes towards the funding of events and programs run by the Council.

Fee Amount: $20.00

Jolliffe Club

Jolliffe Club is the graduate student council for the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering. The club represents the graduate students of the department at both the department- and school-level. Jolliffe Club plans and executes social and academic events for the graduate students.

Fee Amount: $10.00

Kinesiology and Health Studies

Mandatory Fees

Total: $12.08
School of Kinesiology and Health Studies Graduate Student Council

The GSC fee will be used to reduce the cost and subsidize the down-payment of GSC-sanctioned events in order to foster more accessible events and increase participation. Events include Orientation Week, euchre tournaments, and trivia nights.

Fee Amount: $12.08


Mandatory Fees

Total: $59.58
Law Students’ Society Clubs and Committees

This fee supports LSS clubs and committees to fund their events. Each club/committee is allocated a set amount of money at the beginning of the year and must show allowable expenses in order to be reimbursed for this amount.

Fee Amount: $25.00

Law Students’ Society Events and Administration

This fee goes towards the general administration of the LSS including bank fees and promotion. Further, it supports LSS hosted events such as club’s day and student awards ceremonies.

Fee Amount: $2.08

Law Formal

This fee will contribute to both Law semi-formal and graduation formal events that are held annually and which any law student can attend.

Fee Amount: $17.50

Law Students’ Society Student and Group Financial Support

This fee will contribute to financial support for individual students to participate in LSS related events and financial support for unique student initiatives.

Fee Amount: $15.00


Mandatory Fees

Total: $105.00
“Being a Medical Student” Program

Inter-year peer tutoring and support sessions that address the unique challenges of being a medical student.

Fee Amount: $4.00

Building Maintenance Fund

Fund to make improvements and maintain student spaces in the School of Medicine Building.

Fee Amount: $1.25

Canadian Federation of Medical Students (charged to first year students only)

This is your one-time membership fee to join the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS), representing medical students from 15 member schools. The CFMS advocates for medical learner issues and provides exclusive member discounts, grants for student initiatives, leadership awards, and opportunities for international exchanges and advocacy training.

Fee Amount: $80.00

Career Explorations Sessions

Information sessions and workshops that allow students to explore the various specialties, opportunities, and elements within medicine.

Fee Amount: $13.06

Class Transfers

Your class council's budget to run class specific events and initiatives.

Fee Amount: $6.69

Optional Fees

Total: $100.00
New Medical Building

Contribution in support of Aesculapian Society's pledge of $500,000 towards the construction of a new medical building.

Fee Amount: $100.00

Public Health

Mandatory Fees

Total: $10.00
Public Health Sciences Student Association

Provides exciting programming to Epidemiology, Public Health, and Biostatistics graduate students throughout the year. Student fee funding is vital to allowing them to provide you with high-quality events during your time at Queen’s.

Fee Amount: $10.00

Rehabilitation Studies

Mandatory Fees

Total: $28.00
Rehabilitation Therapy Society Student Society

The Rehabilitation Therapy Student Society provides students within the School of Rehabilitation opportunities to participate in various events, connect with faculty, and be student leaders. Through our work, we provide funding and opportunities for further training, building interprofessional relationships, and many more valuable experiences.

Fee Amount: $28.00

Urban and Regional Planning

Mandatory Fees

Total: $20.00
Queen’s Graduate Association of Planning Students

They are an elected decision-making body. They represent the collective interest of graduate students in the School of Urban and Regional Planning and foster a supportive, stimulating academic community. This fee goes to their operating budget.

Fee Amount: $20.00