Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs


Student Affairs

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Fall 2021 Safe Return to Campus Information for students

The university is planning for the return of in-person academic activities and a safe and vibrant on-campus experience this fall, supported by a continuing partnership with public health authorities. Queen’s students have demonstrated remarkable drive, resilience, care, and flexibility as we have navigated the challenges of the pandemic.

To ensure that you are prepared and supported in your studies, well-being, and broader university experience, we encourage you to explore and access the resources and supports across Student Affairs and the campus.

Not sure who to contact? Email to get started. We are here to help!

Visit Queen's safe return to campus website for the latest university updates
and links to related information from across the university.

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COVID-19 Tests and Vaccines

You are strongly encouraged to get fully vaccinated as soon as you can!

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Health and Wellness 

Student Wellness Services provides a wide array of personal, academic, and social health supports.

Learn more about medical, mental health, and accessibility services, and healthy living programs and resources.

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Academic Resources

The pandemic has changed a lot about how we learn and study. Learn skills and strategies to level up and get an academic edge!

Visit Student Academic Success Services (SASS) for online programs, advising and resources.

Course registration information - Course "shopping carts" in SOLUS become available on August 3, 2021.

Get academic advising through your faculty/school.

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Residence and Off-Campus Living

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Financial Support

Queen’s offers a range of financial aid, including scholarships, bursaries, loans, and emergency assistance.

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Campus Facilities

Learn more about these services:

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Career and Employment Support

Finding employment, especially, during COVID-19, can be challenging, but Queen’s Career Services is here to assist you!

Learn more about remote job searching, career guidance, professional development opportunities, and more.

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Connecting Online

Explore our online programs, advising services, and social opportunities!



  • Alma Mater Society (AMS) undergraduate student government 
  • Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS)