Student Learning Preparing our students

Students bring life to the university and their success is our success.

The mission of Queen’s University is not possible unless students are given every opportunity to expand their knowledge, achieve their goals and experience the personal growth and development needed to have a positive impact in the world. To that end, our goal is to provide an unrivaled student learning experience that supports critical and reflective thinking, leadership development, engagement, and co-curricular involvement.

As a university for the future, we will continue to advance highly effective pedagogies, leverage new technologies, and reconceive educational programs of all levels and types so as to better prepare students for their impact on the world.

Graphic art: from left to right, Michael “Cy” Cywink, "It is What it is"; Jaylene Cardinal, "The Indigenous Ways of Healing”; Jamaica Cass "Mind, Body, Spirit"; Jamaica Cass "A Colourful Mind"; and Lindsay Brant & Colson Brumwell, "Grounded in Peace".


Queen’s launches new Indigenous healthcare resource for students

New interactive digital resources on Indigenous healthcare and practice a result of collaboration between Queen’s Health Sciences and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), with funding provided through eCampusOntario.

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Updates to Degree Level Expectations better reflect our mission

Centre for Teaching and Learning celebrates 30 years of educational support

Announcing the first Education Leaders in Residence

Celebrating Undergraduate Research

Our Strategic Goals

Research Impact

Research & Teaching Integration

Global Engagement

Queen's in the Community

Organizational Culture