Important messages, dates and news from the Faculty office.

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Last date to drop BISC Summer Classes (May-June session) without academic penalty

Friday, June 4, 2021
Last date to drop Summer Term classes (May-June/6W1) without academic penalty

Monday, June 7, 2021
Last date to apply for accommodation for an official examination conflict for the June, July and August examination sessions

Monday, June 7, 2021
Late plan selection begins

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Appeal deadline for appeals to waive the requirements to withdraw

Friday, July 2, 2021 to Monday, July 5, 2021
Principal's Holiday (University will be closed)

Tuesday, July 6, 2021 to Friday, July 9, 2021
The Faculty of Arts and Science will be operating on reduced services 

enewsENews updates

Please note there will be no student eNews on June 16 or June 30. The student eNews returns on Wednesday, July 14 with updates related to the registration period.
planningFall term planning

Queen's is planning for a resumption of in-person activity in September. We anticipate a return to full in-person, on-campus instruction in the fall of 2021. We are supported in this plan by advice from KFL&A Public Health and other health professionals, who have indicated that a return to in-person instruction can be done safely this fall based on the progress of the vaccine roll-out and the expected lifting of restrictions. For more information about Fall Planning at Queen's, please see Team of faculty and staff representatives set to assist senior leadership with fall term plan.

The Faculty of Arts and Science is participating in this planning process, as well as planning for the eventuality that some of our students may not be able to travel to Kingston this fall or may wish to study remotely. If you do not travel to Kingston, you will still have access to courses; however, the number of courses that will be delivered remotely will be limited and your choices will be fewer for course selection. We will be posting the limited list of courses that will be available for remote delivery in late June or early July, and will inform you via our eNews when they are posted.

Based on this planning, we suggest that you make every effort to return to campus this fall, including securing housing and making travel arrangements as appropriate to your personal situation. We look forward to welcoming you back to Queen's this fall.
registrationCourse registration for 2021-22

Please save the dates - Monday, August 9 to Friday, August 16 - for the course registration period. Please see our Course Registration page for more information and stay tuned for more information in July.
considerationnAcademic consideration updates

The Academic Consideration team has created Resource Guides to support you in submitting requests through the Academic Consideration Request Portal. These guides are divided by request type and include step-by-step instructions with screenshots. If you still have questions after reviewing these guides, please contact our team at
Please note that our office hours will also be changing as of Tuesday, June 1 to:
  • Tuesdays from 2 pm to 3 pm 
  • Thursdays from 10:30 am to noon
standingAcademic standing webinar

If you received a letter via SOLUS on Wednesday, May 26 about your current academic standing and you have questions or concerns, please join us on Thursday, June 3 at 3 pm for an Info & Options Webinar. We will explain what these letters mean, review the options available to students and provide some information on resources available for help. Webinar participants will not appear on screen and questions can be typed in the Q&A anonymously for privacy.

Register for this webinar: 
lateLate plan selection

If you missed Plan Selection or would like to request a change to your Program/Plan you must submit a request between June 7-July 30. If your request is approved, your Program/Plan will be changed and you will be notified via your email account. Learn more at
roomsJoin 17 Rooms at Queen's

The 17 Rooms event at Queen's is a fast-paced, brainstorming workshop and approach to generating awareness of and action on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is designed to bring together people interested in making a difference into 17 small groups, each tasked with generating ideas and knowledge to make progress towards a particular SDG. For Queen's first 17 Rooms event will be hosted virtually through Zoom with staff, faculty and students joining together to create ideas and discuss how to advance the SDGs at Queen's.

The goal is to generate excitement and awareness of the SDGs, increase collaboration and ultimately find new ways to make a global impact across the university. It's exciting, energizing and will help create synergy in our explorations of the SDGs at Queen's. 

Registration is open and we still have space for participants.  The event's success depends on participation from a diverse group of staff, faculty and students who can lend their knowledge and expertise to one of the 17 Rooms in the half-day scheduled for Monday, June 21

Registration deadline is Thursday, June 10.

Register now for 17 Rooms: 

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