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    Celebrating academic achievement
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    Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources is a one-day program to help ease the transition of new students and their families.
  • [people on tour at SOAR]
    Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources is a one-day program to help ease the transition of new students and their families.
  • [family at SOAR]
    Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources is a one-day program to help ease the transition of new students and their families.
  • 日本一本道最新高清无码At Queen's, our welcoming living and learning environments offer students the programs and services needed to be successful. Of course, students still look to their parents or guardians for guidance.

    This page is designed to provide you, Queen's parents and guardians, with information and resources to empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen's.

    NOV 5, 2019: First-year families in the GTA, come join us for a Check-in! Learn how you can continue to support your student’s transition to Queen’s.

    Sessional dates:

    • When making travel plans, be sure to check the specific to your student's faculty/school.
    • Academic calendars provide additional information on regulations, policies, programs, courses and degree requirements; or visit your student's faculty site for more details.

    Fees and deadlines:

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    • Residence living , a monthly newsletter for parents on what's happening at Queen’s Residences.
    • International students should as soon as possible.
    • Academic Support:  offers online resources, one-on-one appointments and learning strategies workshops designed to help students develop their skills in critical thinking, reading, learning, studying, writing, and self-management. First year students who have struggled in first semester may be eligible for Bounce Back, that matches them with an upper-year student mentor who helps identify issues and develop learning strategies. Eligible students are contacted via email.
    • Academic accommodations Students with disabilities should register with Accessibility Services every summer. Visit the Accessibility Hub to find .
    • Health insurance Students who do not have valid Canadian provincial/territorial insurance must . Supplemental coverage is also provided through the .
    • Student health Learn about the . Visit the and subscribe to a for parents of university students.
    • Food options on campus Learn all about our and .
    • Supports for students with severe allergies What you need to know about and how to when applying to residence.
    • Student safety See all Student Safety resources and our Safety and Security page for Emergency Service Listings.
    • Off-campus housing Learn how the Student Community Relations Office can support students. manages university-owned rental properties and operates a service where landlords can list available student accommodations. See the for information on garbage, recycling, parking and property-related services and rules.
    • Your student travelling to and from Kingston Learn more about the
    • Student employment Career Services is open year-round! See our or arrange a .
    Parents of First-Year Students
    Parents of International Students
    The Paperwork
    Housing and Residence
    • Subscribe to – a newsletter for parents by Queen's Residences, and visit the of their website
    • : For students living both on and off campus
    • manages university-owned off-campus student rental properties and operates a service where local landlords list available student rental units.
    • Student-Community Relations: Bringing students and community together, providing guidance and fostering a spirit of community
    • : Information for residents including garbage, recycling, parking and property-related services and rules
    Health, Wellness and Safety
    Learning Support
    • : Academic support, writing support, and skills development.
    • Queen's Learning Commons: Support services and meeting place located within Stauffer Library
    • How Can I Help My Student? – Information on student development for parents and guardians from Student Wellness Services
    • Accessibility Services: Academic accommodations for students with disabilities. See also:
      • The Accessibility Hub –
      • The offers a offers a number of services to assist individuals with disabilities
    • Bounce Back for first-year undergraduate students in need of academic support
    • Academic Integrity: Policies and information related to Academic Integrity at Queen's

    Program-specific Information:

    Queen's News and Events
    • Queen's Gazette: News on the initiatives of Queen’s administration, faculty and student research, international programs, and the achievements of students, staff, and faculty
    Graduation/Convocation