Queen's University - School of Graduate Studies

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Life for a graduate student at Queen's

Queen's has a number of resources and services designed to help you study, learn, grow and live. In fact, Queen's is known for its high quality student experience available through campus life activities.

Student safety & community living

There are many departments on campus that are here to promote a safe and welcoming environment that recognizes and is respectful of the diverse nature of the Queen's University Community. From providing a safety App for your mobile phone (SeQURE), to various support groups on campus and tips on living in Kingston, we are here for you.

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Health and wellness

Queen's is committed to helping students maintain a healthy lifestyle and thrive in a positive learning environment.

Student Affairs

We believe that a healthy mind, body and spirit are foundations for student success. Student Affairs provides a range of programs and services to help you establish healthy habits to succeed academically and personally.

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Health Counselling & Disability Services

Finding a doctor in a new city can be a challenge. Queen’s Health, Counselling and Disability Services makes it easy for you to access the care you need with family physicians, nurses, counselling services and dedicated services for students with disabilities all in one convenient, on-campus location. Health, Counselling and Disability Services is located in the Lasalle Building on Stuart Street near the base of University Avenue.

SGS on site Counsellor

We are pleased to have a counsellor available specifically for graduate students!

Accessibility Hub

Discover our Accessibility Hub website containing all that you need to know to make your time at Queen's an enjoyable one. From accessible buildings to accommodations, this is the one stop shop for all things accessible.

Quick fact

Graduate students make up 20% of enrolment at Queen's