I am experiencing or have experienced microaggressions, discrimination, and or racism.

Resources for Dealing with Racism/Discrimination

International Advisor

Consider connecting with our International Student Advisor, Julie Hao. You can email her at engineering.intladvisor@queensu.ca or setting up a virtual meeting via our online booking system.

Queen’s University International Centre

Consider reaching out to our Queen’s University International Centre. For further information about resources available to you, including Advising and Counselling, please see the QUIC website.

Embedded Counsellors

If you are in Ontario, you may want to consider meeting with one of our Embedded Counsellors (which is a free service) who can provide you with confidential, personal counselling and help you with finding ways to maintain your motivation and mental state over the academic year. Book an appointment.


If you are looking for mental health support and living outside of Ontario, please call Empower Me at 1-833-628-5589 to set up an appointment with a therapist. EmpowerMe provides access to counselling and mental health support that is multilingual, culturally sensitive, gender inclusive, and faith inclusive. This service is also available in other countries, check the Student Wellness website for more info.

Queen’s Inclusion and Anti-Racism Advisor

The central point of contact for individuals and units who wish to learn about anti-oppression and anti-racism initiatives and services at Queen’s. Embedded within the Equity and Human Rights Offices, she has a particular focus on anti-racism and its intersections, institutional inclusion, and anti-oppression strategies. Lavie is available to meet with students, staff, and faculty at Queen’s. Email: ltw@queensu.ca.