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The , founded in 1858, is Canada's oldest undergraduate student government. It is also one of the largest and most active student governments in the country, and owns and operates many student-run businesses. Member societies include government groups from the faculties and schools.

SGPS

Graduate, law, fifth-year education, theology, and occupational and physical therapy students are represented by the . All students living in residence are also represented by several residence councils.

Extracurriculars

​Clubs

Queen's Swing Club

Queen’s offers practically every club imaginable – well, about 300 of them at least.

Not a day goes by on campus without a practice, performance, conference or competition taking place. Our student clubs enhance what you learn in the classroom – and give you the chance to embrace your passions.

日本一本道最新高清无码From Amnesty International and Oxfam to Urban Snowboarding and Students of Speculative Realms – there’s probably a club for you. Think of clubs as a way to network, gain valuable experience – and have some fun!

Queen's Bands

日本一本道最新高清无码Established in 1905, the is a long-standing tradition at Queen's. The Bands are composed of the Colourguard, Pipe Band, Drum Corps, Highland Dancers, Brass Band, Cheerleaders, and Queen's mascot Boohoo the Bear. They support the Gaels at games, home and away.

Academic Showcases & Conferences

日本一本道最新高清无码Show what you know by participating in an academic competition. Learn something new by organizing or attending a student-run conference.

From Moot Court and Model Parliament to the Women in Leadership Conference and the Concrete Toboggan Team, Queen's students are out there, taking risks, asking questions, and pushing boundaries.

Diversity and Inclusivity

See the "Get Involved" page on the Inclusive Queen's site

Volunteer/Work/Intern

Whether they work or volunteer for a student government, at area hospitals, or with other organizations in the area, Queen's students have a big impact on the community.

By their fourth year of undergraduate study...

  • More than 60% of Queen’s students have participated in community service or volunteer activity
  • 38% of undergraduate students have completed a practicum, internship, field experience, co-op experience, or clinical assignment
  • More than 50% of students have tutored other students on campus and in the Kingston community
  • 33% of students have participated in community-based projects
Athletics and Recreation

Join an intramural team, work out with your friends, or participate in one of our many recreational clubs or fitness and wellness programs.

Working with your peers on and off the court is one of the most challenging and rewarding ways to learn. With 13 varsity teams, 20 varsity club sports, more than 20 recreation clubs, and many more intramural teams designed to balance competition with community, it is easy to get involved with athletics at Queen's. You'll develop valuable skills, not only in sports and fitness, but also as part of a team. 

日本一本道最新高清无码Almost 7,500 students particpate in 25 sports leagues. Student activity fees provide the majority of the funding for intramurals, so with a few exceptions (curling/hockey), participation is free. Students are also heavily involved in the organization of intramurals, through paid operational and referee positions.

Queen's women's rugby

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2015 Jack Summit in Toronto. (Photo courtesy jack.org)