Student Conduct Office

Student Conduct Office

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Where can you find support?

The Non-Academic Misconduct System can seem complicated, overwhelming and challenging to navigate.  We are here to help!  We recognize that participation in the Non-Academic Misconduct process can place strain on your academic, extra-curricular, social and personal lives.

We want you to feel confident that you fully understand and are able to navigate the Non-Academic Misconduct System. We are aware that you may come into contact with the Non-Academic Misconduct system in any number of ways like as a respondent, a complainant, a witness or as a support person.

The following sections contain information on campus and community resources that can provide support, regardless of your role in the Non-Academic Misconduct process.

Campus Supports

Cultural Support

Faith and Spiritual Life:
Queen's chaplains offer spiritual guidance and support to students.

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre (4D):
provides individual counselling and cultural programming.

Human Rights and Equity Office:
offers confidential advice related to human rights and equity, and becomes involved in human rights dispute resolution if requested by complainants.

Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC):
provides non-academic advising and cross-cultural counselling to international students.

Health and Wellness

Counselling:
provides short-term and crisis counselling to students in distress.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response:
provides confidential and non-judgemental support and resource referral to student who have experienced sexual violence.

Peer Support

Legal Aid:
provides a wide range of free legal services to Queen's students. 

Peer Support Centre
A drop-in service run by the AMS that provides support and resource referral.

Policy Information

University Ombudsperson:
provides independent, impartial, and confidential information regarding the University's policies and procedures.

Student Policy Index:
contains a list of university policies that apply to students at Queen's.

Safety Resources

Campus Security and Emergency Services:
provides a variety of services to support a safe campus environment including: the Blue Light System, Lone Worker Program, and RAD (Rape, Aggression, Defense) Training.

WalkHome:
run by the AMS, the WalkHome provides students safe walks both on campus and in the community.

 

Community Supports

Health and Wellness

Addiction and Mental Health Services KFL&A:
a variety of counselling and support services, including walk-in appointments and a 24 hour Crisis Line (613) 544-4229, to the Kingston community.

Resolve Counselling Services Canada:
counselling and support to members of the Kingston community.

Helplines

Good2Talk:
free, professional, anonymous 24/7 support for student in Ontario. Call 1 (866) 925-5454.

Telephone Aid Line Kingston (TALK):
a confidential listening support service for members of the Kingston Community that runs from 7 pm to 3 am. Call (613) 544-1771.

Telehealth Ontario:
free health advice from a Registered Nurse 24/7. Call 1 (866) 797-0000.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston (SACK):
free, confidential, non-judgmental support to all survivors of recent or historic sexual violence in the Kingston community. They also have a 24 hour Crisis Line, (613) 544-6424.

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