Queen's in the Community Partnering for Change

Through responsible and meaningful community engagement we can tackle the world’s most urgent challenges. No one person -- and no one institution -- can do it alone.

At a global level, Queen’s University is a member of several networks to amplify both our learning and our impact—particularly our work to advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. On a more local level, we are committed to deepening our relationship with local community members through meaningful partnerships and a collaborative and shared vision for the future.

As a university for the future, we need to fully embed Queen’s in the community: building deliberate, strategic, respectful, and mutually beneficial engagement with communities outside the University, including Kingston, the region, other organizations and institutions, and national and global networks that share our goals.

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A new partnership to prepare Indigenous students for healthcare careers

Queen’s Weeneebayko Health Education Program launched with support from the Mastercard Foundation to transform Indigenous healthcare in the James Bay region.

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Enhancing community engagement at Queen’s

Data that helps define Kingston

Lang Pavilion on track for summer completion

Student-led initiative has raised more than $1 million

Our Strategic Goals

Research Impact

Student Learning

Research & Teaching Integration

Global Engagement

Organizational Culture