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Student Resources

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Campus Security and Emergency Services can be contacted at any time for personal safety issues, crime, insecure premises, Safe Walk and Lone Worker

24-Hour Crisis Line and Other Mental Health Crisis Resources for Kingston & Area

The Walk Home program is a service provided by the Alma Mater Society that offers safe walks to students, both on the Queen’s campus and within the Kingston community



Student Wellness Services (SWS) offers confidential health care, including mental health services.

Mental Health Care for comprehensive information on mental health and wellness resources.

Therapy Groups

Good2Talk offers free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario


As a Physical Therapy (graduate) student, you have coverage for some medical and dental expenses through the Queen’s University SGPS Health & Dental Insurance Plan. Queen's students are automatically enrolled into this supplementary health insurance plan that provides partial coverage for health, vision, dental, and travel.



Academic Success

Academic Success – Calendar of Events

Queen’s Student Accessibility Services Queen's Student Accessibility Services (QSAS), in collaboration with instructors and staff, is committed to supporting students with disabilities as they pursue their academic goals

Queen’s Student Accessibility Services - Accommodations- One of the roles of the Queen's Student Accessibility Service (QSAS) is to determine accommodation plans for students with disabilities.

Library Services



The Financial Aid Services Office administers a comprehensive range of financial aid programs to assist students in financing their Queen’s education. Explore options from Government Student Financial Aid to Queen's scholarships, bursaries, and work programs available to students based on eligibility criteria.

Student Financial Advising

In addition to Government Student Financial Aidcurrent students may be eligible to apply for Queen's General Bursary  and the Work Study program for need-based assistance

Specific Student Groups – there are financial aid options available to student athletes, Queen's alumnae, mature women students, Indigenous students, Black and racialized students and for First Generation students



Queen’s University Faith and Spiritual Life offers multi-faith, non-judgmental support for religious, spiritual, personal, and financial problems, concerns or crises. As part of Student Affairs, Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful, and safe space. Chaplains can also provide support, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff.

SEXUAL GENDER AND DIVERSITY - Queen's Resources provide resources, promotes equity and challenges discrimination.

  • The Yellow House is a safe, comfortable, and accountable space for queer, racialized, marginalized students to create community, to feel empowered, to empower others, and to celebrate and to honour their histories. Yellow House seeks to engage students in initiatives that actively dismantle oppressive, racist, and colonial ideologies and practices.
  • The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Service provides confidential, trauma informed and non-judgmental support for any student who has experienced sexual violence at any time in their lifE



There are two main hubs on campus for Indigenous students. The Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre is a place to meet fellow Indigenous students in the community, offering cultural programming and organizations to join. Their website highlights the importance of self-identification, which is a voluntary and confidential process. The Office of Indigenous Initiatives (OII) advances reconciliation/conciliation, integrating Indigenous ways of knowing and being into life at Queen’s. Led by Associate Vice-Principal (Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation) Kanonhsyonne (Janice Hill), the office coordinates academic initiatives and student assistance. Their website includes programs, funding opportunities and initiatives highlighting the important processes of decolonizing and indigenizing.



Please click here to visit the Campus Bookstore website. You can use its textbook search engine to create a list of all your required and recommended texts and course manuals. All you need to know are your course numbers.

The following manuals are available for downloading. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these files. If you do not have this software, you may download for free from the Adobe website.