Student Experience Office

Student Experience Office


Student Experience Office

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Resources for Students

The Boy on the Beach explores important topics including newcomer experiences, the global refugee crisis, and coping with grief and loss. If you need support at any time to help you navigate these topics, there are resources available.  

Human Rights Office

B 506 Mackintosh-Corry Hall


The Human Rights Office (HRO) promotes human rights and address harassment and discrimination on the grounds of: race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability and gender identity as well as analogous grounds.

As well, the HRO informs the community about their rights and responsibilities in the area of human rights and assist community members looking for educational resources.

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

146 Barrie Street


A home away from home for Queen’s Indigenous community. The centre’s programs include 1:1 advising, personal support and counselling, cultural workshops, elder services, traditional teachings and ceremonies, a lounge, library, laundry, kitchen, feasts and a Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) pod.

Equity Office

B515 Mackintosh-Corry Hall in the Human Rights Office


The Equity Office provides leadership, information and liaison on equity matters throughout the University and identifies throughout the University those structures, practices and policies which create inequity

As well, they initiate processes to identify gaps in equity policy and to facilitate the development of new policies, procedures and programs that remove barriers to equity and ensure greater and equal participation of marginalized groups and individuals in the University

The Peer Support Centre

Room 34, JDUC

613-533-6000 ext. 32737

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

Student Wellness Services

LaSalle Building, 146 Stuart St. and 140 Stuart St.


Offers confidential, integrated health and wellness services to all students. Students can book appointments with doctors, nurses, counsellors, accessibility advisors, and health promotion educators. There is also a walkin clinic available for more urgent needs. Services include physical, sexual, and mental health care, accommodation planning and advocacy for students with disabilities, and peer led health promotion activities. 

Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC)

JDUC, Room 111, 87 Union St.


The centre provides an informal gathering place for the international members of the Queen’s community to network and receive non-academic advice. Supports and programs are offered to students interested in internationalizing their education on campus or through study, work or travel abroad.

The Office of Faith and Spiritual Life

JDUC, Room 142B


Faith and Spiritual Life can provide confidential counseling, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty and staff on campus. As part of the Division of Student Affairs, Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful and safe space. Chaplains are available to discuss spiritual, religious, personal, and financial problems, concerns or crises.​

Kingston Immigration Partnership

263 Weller Ave.



The Kingston Immigration Partnership (KIP) is one of 77 Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) in Canada. KIP is the Community Planning Table in Kingston, Ontario that provides leadership in the community to attract, welcome, integrate and retain newcomers in support of a strong, resilient and vibrant community and to ensure long-term prosperity in Kingston.