Student Experience Office

Student Experience Office
Student Experience Office

Welcome to the Student Experience Office!

The Student Experience Office (SEO) in the Division of Student Affairs at Queen's University 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. Our programs and services help prepare students to achieve not only their personal, social, and academic goals, but also their professional and community aspirations.

  • For up-to-date information, visit the Queen's Coronavirus COVID-19 Information website.

  • We are hiring! Check out our Opportunities page to find our more about all the positions, paid and volunteer, that we are hiring for. There are so many opportunities available to all students, apply today!

  • Queen's Reads

    Through events and programming, Queen's community members are invited to meaningfully participate in critical and creative conversations that are inspired by the Queen's Reads books with a specific focus on questions concerning equity, diversity, and inclusion; community dialogue; and resilience. A free copy of Other Side of the Game is available for all Queen’s students, faculty, and staff. Visit the our Book Pickup and Download page for instructions on how to get your free copy.

  • Join us Mondays at 3:30pm for our Instagram Live Spotlight Series where our Student Assistant Veronica has authentic and informative conversations with campus staff and student leaders about Queen’s resources, programs, events, and services. Find us on Instagram @queens_seo 

  • Leadership Workshop Series

    The Leadership Workshop Series is a set of workshops designed for students who are looking to expand on their current leadership knowledge, develop new skills and connect with other students. Attend four workshops to receive a Student Leadership Certificate from the SEO!

  • First Year Students! We know how important community and connection is, especially during these times. We want to help you start the year off on the right foot and stay strong throughout the year. Register to be matched with a Q Success mentor who can help you with the transition to university and connect you with the right resources! Apply now to be matched with a mentor!

  • Club Hub

    The Club Hub is a resource page developed in partnership between the AMS Clubs Office and the Student Experience Office! Despite the coming year presenting new challenges, student clubs are an essential part of the student experience, and our goal is to help your club adapt and thrive for 2020-21. Check out the page to find upcoming events, training opportunities, a toolkit and more!

  • John Raftr

    Hey First-Year students! Are you looking for some opportunities to meet more peers? Are you looking for the latest social events? Join Raftr - your new digital platform. Learn about the latest event information, resources, activities, and create communities all within Raftr. Find out more!

  • Lead, Include, Transform Training

    Using an intersectional, community-based approach, Lead Include Transform Training gives students, faculty and staff an opportunity to reflect on personal privileges and oppressions. Participants will learn how to recognize various degrees of oppression at Queen’s, understand their role in challenging it and learn how to engage in activism on a leadership level.

  • Your voice can make Queen’s a safer and more inclusive place for everyone. Share your thoughts and experiences of diversity, inclusivity, and sexual violence on campus to help us design a better way forward for all students. Watch for the Student Experiences Survey in your email. Learn more: queensu.ca/inclusive/queens-student-experience-survey