In preparation for your arrival on campus—whether as an undergraduate, returning student, graduate student, or international student—you will find important information by following the links below.

Health & Safety

Find essential information about vaccination policies and access, COVID-19 testing availability, public health guidance, and campus operations, on our Health & Safety page.

Learn more about Health & Safety

Student Affairs

Queen’s offers a wide array of resources to assist students in navigating their university experience, including personal and academic supports, health and wellness services, residences and off-campus living, financial and career support, and more.

Learn more on the Student Affairs website.

International Students

Whether you’re studying remotely or in-person, connect with the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) for info and resources specifically for you.

Visit the QUIC website.

Dining & Food Services

All dining halls and retail food locations on campus are set to operate safely this fall. Please be attentive and respectful of guidelines posted in these areas.

Learn more about dining locations, hours, and safety guidelines.

Athletics & Recreation

Our athletics and recreation facilities are prepared to be fully operational this fall, allowing the campus community access to indoor and outdoor amenities.

Learn more about our Athletics & Recreation facilities and operations.


Throughout the pandemic, Queen’s libraries have been adapting operations to provide the best possible service, including access to research materials, study spaces, and more.

For information, visit the Queen's Library website.

Graduate Students

In addition to general student resources and services, Queen’s graduate students will require additional information specific to their program demands.

For further information, visit the School of Graduate Studies website and/or your faculty or school website.

Student Government Associations

Student government associations are closely involved in planning a safe return to on-campus activity this fall.

For more information, visit the Alma Mater Society (AMS) and Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) websites.

Faculty information

For pandemic response information specific to your faculty, department, or school, visit their respective COVID-19 webpages: