Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs


Student Affairs

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On Campus

Yellow House

Tel: 343-363-4484Four Directions logo



Yellow House is a safe, comfortable and accountable space for queer, racialized, marginalized students to create community, to feel empowered, to empower others, to celebrate and to honour their histories. Yellow House seeks to engage students in initiatives that actively dismantle oppressive, racist and colonial ideologies and practices.

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Tel: 613-533-6970Four Directions logo


Web: and Facebook

The Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre, or 4D as it is affectionately called, strives to be a home away from home, a hub of activity and an essential resource for Queen's Indigenous students. 4D offers advising, cultural programming, cultural counselling and support.

Queen’s University International Centre

Tel: 613-533-2604Queen's University International Centre logo

Web: and Facebook

QUIC is a support service for all members of the Queen's community and through its activities promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive learning environment.

Student Wellness Services

Tel: 613-533-2506

Web: Wellness Services


Student Wellness Services provides health, counselling, and accessibility services to Queen’s students.

Book an appointment with a physician, nurse, or counsellor. Counsellors are embedded in most faculties/schools, including residence, and there are specialized supports for racialized students, LGBTQ+ students, Indigenous students, and Black-identified students.

Ban Righ Centre

Tel: 613-533-2976Ban Righ Centre logo



The Ban Righ Centre supports the ongoing formal and informal education of women, especially women returning to Queen’s University.

Human Rights and Equity Offices

Tel: 613-533-6886 (HRO) | 613-533-2563 (EO)Human Rights and Equity Office logo

E-Mail: |

Web: |

Please visit this site to view a video that describes in detail the four service areas: Human Rights Advisory Services, Equity Services, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response, and Accessibility Services.


Accessibility Hub

Email:  accessibility.hub@queensu.caAccessibility Hub


This central online resource connects Queen’s community members to all of the accessibility initiatives and services on campus.

Faith and Spiritual Life

Tel: 613-533-2186Faith and Spiritual Life




Queen's University chaplains provide confidential counselling, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff on campus. 

Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC)

Tel: 613-533-2959Sexual Health and Resource Centre logo



The Sexual Health Resource Centre is a confidential, non-judgemental, feminist, queer positive, pro-choice, sex-positive and non-heterosexist information and referral service. Sells different sexual health and pleasure products, and serves as a confidential resource for those in need of immediate support.

Peer Support Centre (PSC)

Tel: 613-533-6000 ext. 75111Peer Support Centre logo



The Peer Support Centre is a group of dedicated student volunteers who provide a welcoming, confidential, and empathetic peer-based support to students at Queen’s University. Students are encouraged to speak with PSC volunteers who will listen and offer support for any and all issues. PSC volunteers can suggest resources available on campus and in the Kingston community.

PSC X CARED is a dedicated service for self-identified BIPOC students

Positive Space Program

Email: posspace@queensu.caPositive Space logo


Positive Space is a sticker program for the entire campus community welcoming sexual and gender diversity and signalling that individuals can receive support and information on LGBTQ issues.

Student Experience Office

Email: student.experience@queensu.caStudent Experience office


Offers programs and services to orient students to university life, to support their successful transitions into and through university, and to encourage leadership development, student engagement, and co-curricular involvement while at Queen's.

Residence Life

Tel: 613-533-6790

Email: reslife@queensu.caResidence Life


Residence is a living and learning environment where students feel a sense of belonging, have diverse opportunities to build resilience and can access ongoing support towards achieving success. Residence Life staff provide support for students living in residence through peer helping, sharing knowledge about campus resources, helping residents navigate the transition to university and planning events focused on building community.

Community Housing

Tel: 613-533-2196

Email: community.housing@queensu.caCommunity Housing


Provides a listing service, as well as university-owned rentals, including accommodations for families.

Student Community Relations

Tel: 613-533-6745Student Community Relations



Offers advice and education on the local rental housing market, landlord-tenant relations and lease provisions, house-mate compatibility issues, and other off-campus housing questions.

Hospitality Services

Tel: 613-533-2953

Email: dining@queensu.caHospitality Services


Hospitality Services is dedicated to providing healthy and nutritious food for all campus community members, including accommodations for allergies and special diets, as well as the Swipe it Forward program to support students in need.

In the Community

City of Kingston Accessibility Services

Web: of Kingston Accessibility Services

Provides information about City services including accessible transportation; provides a place to report accessibility barriers.

Coming Out Living After (COLA)

E-Mail: comingoutlivingafter@gmail.comComing Out Living After


A Queer discussion group for all members of the Kingston community. It's a great place to hang out, meet new people and discuss topics that pertain to the LGBT+ community. Everyone is welcome!

Kingston Aboriginal Community Information Network (KACIN)

Web: Aboriginal Community Information Network

KACIN is a Facebook group for distribution of information throughout the Kingston area indigenous community.

Kingston Interval House

Tel: (613) 546-1833 (Office line) | 1 (800) 267-9445 (Crisis Line)Kingston Interval House



Kingston Interval House is committed to supporting women, children and youth experiencing violence and working collaboratively with the community to eliminate all forms of violence and oppression.

Kingston Youth Shelter

Tel: 613-766-3200Kingston Youth Shelter



Aims to provide a supportive, stable environment, and the tools and life skills to help youth emerge from their immediate or ongoing housing crisis.

Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPRIG) Kingston

Tel: 613-533-3189Ontario Public Interest Research Group



Dedicated to research, education, and action in the public interest. Predominantly student-funded and student-run, but strives to maintain a balance of support and direction from the broader Kingston community. OPIRG Kingston exists to serve as a training ground for concerned citizens to recognize and engage the problems of society.

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

Tel: 613-544-6424Sexual Assault Centre Kingston



Provides support services and programs to women and all trans and gender non-conforming individuals (14 years of age and older) who have experienced recent and/or historical sexual violence in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington.

TransFamily Kingston

E-Mail: transfamilykingston@gmail.comTransFamily Kingston


A grass-roots group of transgender individuals, family members, and supporters. The monthly meetings provide a welcoming environment that is supportive and encouraging.