Student Experience Office

Student Experience Office
Student Experience Office

We know the adjustment to the online learning environment can be challenging, but there are skills and strategies you can use to level up! Learn about getting an edge on your study habits, managing your time, writing and learning strategies, academic planning, and staying healthy, active, and connected with the resources found on this page. Take charge and get ahead!

We are here to help!

Academic Support

Reach out to Student Academic Success Services (SASS) to book an appointment with a Learning Strategist or email for more info. 

Complete SASS' Check-In Checklist for ten ways to give yourself an academic boost and use their on-line resources.


Sign-up for TAO, Therapy Assistance Online  – a free self-directed wellness tool.

Visit the new Student Wellness Services website for a full list of their resources, including “Healthy Lifestyle Appointments” for any student who wants to change a health habit, professionally-led wellness groupsmedical/mental health appointments with a physician, nurse or counsellor, and other self-help options.

Find a healthy snack recipe at Queen’s Home Kitchen.

Academic Advising

Want more information about degree requirements, course selection or services on campus? Contact an Academic Advisor from your faculty/school.

Find out more about your faculty's academic supports here

Physical Health and Fitness

Whether you are on-campus or off-campus, the Athletics & Recreation Centre (ARC) offers a wide array of fitness opportunities to get you active. Book your activity time at

Be sure not to neglect your physical activity - make time to move! For ways to help you get active, visit here.

Learn and Win

Complete onQ modules to learn more about EDII, consent and healthy relationships, and online safety. For every module you complete before November 27, 2020 you will earn one entry into our OnQ Raffle! The grand prize will be AirPods and gift cards for the Bookstore and Tricolour Outlet!

  • First Years: These are found in your University Orientation onQ course
  • Upper Years: Self-register for the Undergrad Resource Course OnQ Course is simple. Follow this link to the Self Registering Course Offerings, and scroll to course name, click it and complete the form to register in the course!   

Get Involved, Meet Your Peers and Build Community

You've come to the right place - the Student Experience Office website. Follow us on social media to learn more about upcoming events and opportunities!

Still looking for more resources? Email us at and we will help direct you to the information you are looking for.

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