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January 2023 edition

Volume 1

January 9, 2023

Undergrad Office News


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Important Dates

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January 9 | Winter Term classes begin

January 12 | Fall grades posted to official transcripts

January 13 | Last day to apply for exchange for 2023-24 year

January 20 | Last day for add/drop (without Financial penalty) for Winter term classes

New Year, new look

View the full newsletter: January 2023 volume 1

Additional Information

Questions about your degree requirements?

Accessing AARUnderstand and interpret your Academic Progress, available through SOLUS. The Academic Progress report is designed to give you advice on what courses you will need to take to complete your degree, as well as warn you if you have broken any of the various rules that govern which courses may be used in a particular degree program. For more information, click here.

Still unsure? Contact: econugrd@queensu.ca and please include your student number in all correspondence.

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Help Support a Harassment and Discrimination-Free Campus
Learn about the university’s Harassment and Discrimination Policy's complaint and reporting procedures, including how to complete an anonymous submission, how to help a friend, and student-focused education and training opportunities.

Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Service (SVPRS) is the central point of contact for students impacted by sexual violence and for prevention initiatives. Announcing the launch of VESTA for Campus – it gives survivors additional options for recording and reporting their experiences of sexual violence.

Building Community Together

Part of being a responsible citizen of Kington is gathering safely, respectfully, and without breaking the law. Gather safely by avoiding fines, court, and/or non-academic sanctions under the Queen’s Code of Conduct.

Need support, but not sure who to contact?

Email studentaffairs@queensu.ca to get started. Units across Student Affairs offer programming, advising, events, and more.