Utilizing resources is part of the secret to being successful at university. Please see below a list of resources that will benefit your time here at Queen’s.

Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC)
QUIC offers comprehensive support resources, social activities, and advising services to international students, as well as cultural training resources for all students, staff, and faculty.
Phone: 613-533-2604

Student Academic Success Services (SASS)
SASS offers academic support to students, including students with English as an Additional Language. Several options are available: online resources, workshops, individual appointments, and more.
Phone: 613-533-6315

Career Services
Queen's Career Services provides assistance with undergraduate internships, career direction, resumes and interviews, and more.
Phone: 613-533-2992

See also: Internships and career development for engineering students

Faith and Spiritual Life
The Interfaith Chaplain’s Office provides confidential counselling, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff on campus.
Phone: 613-533-2186

Human Rights and Equity Office
Queen's Human Rights Office informs, educates, and advises the Queen's community about their rights and responsibilities in the area of human rights. Human Rights staff can also provide confidential advisory services to students, staff, and faculty following incidences of harassment or discrimination.
Phone: 613-533-6886

Queen’s Student Wellness Services (SWS)
Located in Mitchell Hall, Student Wellness Services is the place to go for medical concerns, accommodation for a disability, and one of your two options for counselling. There is also an embedded counsellor for any emotional concerns in the ILC.

Counselling Services
Having difficulty coping? Need someone to talk to?
To make an appointment: 613-533-2506

Accessibility Services
Require accommodation for a disability?
To make an appointment: 613-533-6467
Or TTY: 613-533-6566
Or email:

Health Services
Have a general medical concern?
To make an appointment: 613-533-2506
For same-day visits:
Monday to Thursday – 9 am–4:30 pm
Friday – 9 am–12:30 pm
First-come, first-served.

Athletics & Recreation
Queen's Athletics & Recreation offers opportunities for physical activity, health and wellness, sports, and recreational activities. The Athletics and Recreation Centre (ARC) is located at 284 Earl Street.
Q-Services: 613-533-2500
General inquiries:

Engineering Society
Formed in 1897, the Engineering Society of Queen’s University is one of the oldest representative bodies for engineering students in Canada and continues to be a leader in student initiatives. Engineering Society offices are located in the Integrated Learning Center (Beamish-Munro Hall).
Phone: 613-533–6008

Student Experience Office
FEAS/QSuccess Engineering International Mentorship Program

QSuccess is a transition program to support you during your first year at Queen’s. In this program, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has an academically strong and culturally diverse upper year student mentor team who are willing to work with you. With the support of your mentor, you will find your first year smoother and benefit in the following years from the peer-to-peer connection.

• Q Success aims to help you develop the skills you need to succeed academically, personally, and socially, and make the most of their university experience.
• You’ll be matched with an upper-year Engineering fellow student for mentorship and support through one-on-one meetings and monthly events.
• Check out the Q Success website for information and to register!