Queen's Campus

Getting around Queen’s Campus

Queen’s University campus is beautiful and historic. It is relatively small so that getting from one class to another is easy to do. Queen’s consists of two campus areas – see Map 1 and Map 2. The first-year residences, the engineering buildings, and other locations of interest to engineering students are identified in the legends.

Map 1 (Main Campus)

[map of main campus showing building locations]


12 John Deutsch University Centre Residences
46 Victoria Hall
60 Leonard Hall
61 McNeill House
62 Watts Hall
69 Ban Righ Hall
70 Adelaide Hall
75 Gordon-Brockington Hall
76 Morris Hall
77 Leggett Hall
95 Waldron Tower

Lecture theatre and labs:

15 Dupuis Hall (Dupuis AUD)
16 Beamish-Munro Hall (BMH) - Integrated Learning Centre (ILC)
30 Miller Hall
35 Ellis Hall (Ellis AUD)
51 Jeffery Hall
57 Biosciences Complex
64 Chernoff Hall (Chernoff AUD)
66 Stirling Hall (Stirling AUD)
83 Etherington Hall (Etherington AUD)

Other buildings of interest:

6 Athletics and Recreation Centre (ARC)
11 Joseph S. Stauffer Library
15 Chemical Engineering/Engineering Chemistry Main Office
17 The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Main Office
18 Electrical and Computer Engineering Main Office
26 Douglas Library
27 University Registrar’s Office
30 Geological Engineering
35 Civil Engineering Main Office
51 Mathematics and Engineering Main Office
66 Engineering Physics Main Office
82 Mechanical and Materials Engineering Main Office

Map 2 (West Campus)

map of west campus showing building locations


104 John Orr Tower
105 Jean Royce Hall (105a, 105b)

Other buildings of interest:

102 Coastal Engineering Lab (Civil Engineering)
106 Duncan McArthur Hall

Queen's Campus Locations

[map showing Queen's Campus locations]

For interactive versions of these maps, see Queen’s Campus Map

Travelling to and from Kingston

By Train
Kingston lies on the main rail ine between Montreal and Toronto, so Via Rail is a fast and easy way to get home and back.

By Air
Kingston has a local airport with daily flights to and from Toronto.

By Bus
Queen's Alma Mater Society runs a "Tricolor Express" bus that leaves from campus to destinations in Toronto and Ottawa. The local Greyhound bus station is about a 10-minute taxi ride away.

By Car
Kingston lies about halfway between Toronto and Montreal along Hwy 401. By car, it is about 2-3 hours from each of these cities, and about 2 hours from Ottawa.

Find detailed directions and parking information

Near Campus (Downtown Kingston)

Being a Queen's student, you are able to experience all of the best Kingston has to offer - and it's all within easy walking distance.

The Queen's campus is located in the heart of historic Kingston. Lake Ontario lies to the south of campus, and a five-minute walk to the northeast takes you downtown - with its stores, restaurants, clubs, and even an open-air skating arena in Market Square!

Learn more about Kingston

[map of downtown Kingston]

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