A newsletter for parents & supporters

Residence Connection

Residence Connection Newsletter

Stay connected and in the know with Residence Connection — our monthly newsletter for parents and supporters of students living in residence. Stay updated on all the services, events, and experiences happening in your student's residence here at Queen's University.

Join our community to stay connected, support your student, and be part of their residence journey.


 

 

Past Issues of Residence Connection

Issue 1 (summer)

This issue of Residence Connection focuses on Residence Move-In. We want to ensure your student has completed all their requirements before arriving on campus, and provide tips and processes to help make your move-in experience smooth and efficient! 

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Issue 2

Essential Resources for your student’s success Find out what resources are available for your student: clubs, academic support services, and more.

View Issue 2

Issue 3

Navigating University Life: Mental Health and Academic Support. Empowering Your Student: Mental Health, Academic Excellence, Vaccines, and More!

View Issue 3

Issue 4

Supporting your student through final exams, hiring in residence & more exciting news! Send study snacks, student academic resources, and student staff hiring in residence!

View Issue 4

Issue 5

Empower Your Student: Unlock Winter Success Resources Here! Student success and wellbeing resources to help your student thrive in their winter term.

View Issue 5

More ways to stay connected

Here are more ways to stay informed and connected to Queen's as a parent or supporter of a student.

The Pulse for Parents & Supporters

For important dates and deadlines, information on events and activities happening across Queen’s Division of Student Affairs and a referral site to access additional resources. 

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Queen's Parent's Site

This site is designed to guide you, Queen's parents and guardians, to information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen's.

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