Faculty & Staff

Student Affairs Resources 

Faculty and staff members are encouraged to contact the Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs (vpdean.sa@queensu.ca) or Support Services & Community Engagement (supportservices@queensu.ca) with any questions or concerns and to get information they may need to refer students to the various services and programs we provide.

Support Services & Community Engagement is composed of CARE, Student Community Relations, the Student Conduct Office, and the Non-Academic Misconduct Intake Office (NAMIO) and provides the following resources for staff and faculty to refer to online or print and/or post:

 

Green Folder

Identifying & Responding to Students in Distress (key reference for faculty and staff with resources, contact information, tips and more)

Green Folder

Green Card

Mental Health Supports & Services for Students (to be placed out in front-facing areas to be picked up by students or handed out individually)

Green Card

What is Consent

Steps to Take If You Experience Sexual Violence & What Is Consent 
(double sided poster to print and post or link to) 

What is Consent Poster

We're Here to Help

List of phone numbers for students looking for supports at Queen's and in the community (poster to be printed and posted or shared as a PDF)

We're Here to Help Poster

Responding to a Disclosure of Sexual Violence

Visit the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response (SVRP) Services website for more information

SVRP Website

CARE Referral System
The CARE Referral System helps to support students by getting them referred to resources early on. The system relies on campus community members or “CARE Connectors" (academic advisors, coaches, residence life staff) to help connect students who may be facing difficulties, either academically or personally, to resources and support services. 

More Student Affairs Unit Specific Information for Faculty & Staff


Athletics & Recreation (A&R)Become a member of the ARC!

Ban Righ Centre Sign up for their community newsletter to receive news and updates

Career Services - Career Services helps Queen's faculty and staff in all programs and all years as you support, work with and teach students. Hire an intern or post a work-study job!

Faith & Spiritual LifeFaith and Spiritual Life offers ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support for faculty, and staff


Student Academic Success Services (SASS) - Services and referral information for faculty, teaching assistants (TAs), and staff

Student Awards & Financial Aid Services – Visit the Student Awards website for information about Government Student Assistance to Queen's scholarships, bursaries, and work programs for student

Student Experience Office (SEO) - Programs and services to orient students to university life, support their successful transitions into and through university, and to encourage leadership development, student engagement, and co-curricular involvement while at Queen's.

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre (4D)Resources for the Queen’s community

Housing & Ancillary ServicesAdd funds for eating on campus to your employee card

Queen’s Student Accessibility Services (QSAS) Information about academic accommodations process

Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) – For information about travelling to Canada for studies, UHIP, Intercultural Training and more visit the QUIC website

Office of the University Registrar (OUR) – For information about Teaching Assessments (USAT), Student Data Systems, Timetabling, PeopleSoft Grade Entry and System Support, visit the OUR website

Student Wellness Services (SWS) - Mental Health Education Groups, Sessions, Training options and information for faculty and staff on how to help students dealing with stresses or health concerns outside of academics

Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment (UAR) – visit the UAR webpage for Admission FAQs, Pathways and Policies and more

Yellow House - A safe, comfortable, and accountable space for queer, racialized and marginalized students to create community, to feel empowered, to empower others, to celebrate and to honour their histories - visit the Yellow House website for more information.