Retirees' Association

Retirees Association of Queen's

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Welcome to RAQ!

We are so happy you are here! (And congratulations on your retirement!)

The Retirees Association of Queen's (RAQ) strongly promotes the interests of retired faculty and staff - including vigorous advocacy for many retiree benefits.

RAQ offers an ever-growing array of programs, learning opportunities, and deals and discounts.  Just this year, for example, RAQ Travel was launched to offer small custom-designed tours, tailored to RAQ members and exceptionally well-priced.

RAQ connects you with fellow Queen's retirees, and puts you in touch with a variety of volunteer opportunities at Queen's if you want to make this type of on-going contribution.

RAQ is a member of CURAC/ARUCC (College and University Retiree Associations of Canada/Associations de retraités des universités et collèges du Canada).  RAQ Members have access to a wide variety of discounts through CURAC (on items such as home, health and travel insurance).

Membership to RAQ is free, but not automatic.  Please complete our membership application and send it to RAQ be email ( or Canada Post.  We will enrol you, and you will be sent your official Retiree Card that will allow you to access retiree benefits.


Membership Benefits

Membership Application

Lunchtime Speakers Series

Monday Morning Forum Speakers

Deals and Discounts for RAQ members

RAQ Travel

Volunteer Opportunites

CURAC Member Benefits

Because RAQ is committed to advancing accessibility for persons with disabilities at Queen’s University, we welcome your feedback. To let us know how we’re doing, you may wish to complete this Customer Service-Accessibility Feedback form.  Alternatively, you can submit feedback by email, mail, fax and phone (please refer to the online form for all contact details).  All accessibility-related feedback goes to the Accessibility Coordinator in the Equity Office, who will follow up with you as appropriate.