Summer update July 23 / 2021
Dear PSYC students - we hope you are having a good summer!

As we are nearing registration for the next academic year, we want to connect with you!

All PSYC Plan students should by now have received emails from the PSYC Undergraduate Office about course registration for next year. Please read everything carefully and ask us questions, if you have any. We are here and happy to help!

IMPORTANT: If you have not heard from us, please send an email to!

This newsletter contains time table and registration information, a call for applications for the PSYC EDI committee and Pathy Fellowship information.

Should you have any questions at all, please reach out! The Arts & Science Faculty Office can answer all questions related to registration - 613-533-2470 or
Important Dates: July & August
  • July 23: Fall/Winter 2021/22 time table available for view in SOLUS

  • July 23 - 27: Advanced Course Selection for PSYC 3rd and 4th year students

  • August 3: students can view their enrolment appointment time in SOLUS and begin loading classes into their shopping cart

  • August 9-16: Course Registration - enrolment restrictions and 15 units term limit enforced

  • August 18-22: Open Enrolment - enrolment restrictions expire but 15 units term limit enforced
Registration 2021-22 - PSYC info
As we transition back to campus, in Fall 2021 you will find three modes of delivery for courses: in person, remote (these are courses that are typically held on campus but that are being held online to promote degree progression, many of these courses have synchronous sessions), and undergraduate online (ASO) (these are courses that are regularly offered as part of our online course options).
In Winter 2022, the majority of courses will be on-campus with some undergraduate online (ASO) courses.
Looking to get out and add a more worldly perspective to your studies? A term at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC), Queen’s UK Castle campus, is the opportunity for you!
Enjoy the BISC’s smalls class sizes, close contact with professors, research opportunities, and experiential learning in the BISC’s Winter General, Winter Psychology Cluster or Castle Summer+ program.
Looking for engaging electives? The BISC’s online courses BISC 100/3.0 Thinking Locally (Fall) & BISC 101/3.0 Acting Globally (Winter) tie into a number of degree plans and examine global issues from national and international perspectives. Interested? Get a sneak peek at BISC 100 & 101 here.
Applications are open now for the BISC’s Winter and Summer 2022 programs! For BISC 100 and BISC 101 online, enroll in SOLUS by changing the campus to “Bader International Study Ctr”, no application required.
If you have questions about the Castle, or application process, contact
Calls for the PSYC EDI committee

Undergrad members for the Psychology EDI Committee
The Psychology Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee includes two undergraduate members, and we are soliciting names of those who might be interested in sitting on the committee.
The commitment include a 1.5 hour meeting once/month from September-April plus 1-2 hours committee work/week (though often/usually less); we hope undergraduate members could sit on the committee from July-June but understand that summer months can pose a barrier for undergrads so these are optional.
If you are interested, please email Suzanne DeSousa at who will send you the committee's goals, policies, and group rules. In that email, or after you get that information, please email the following to the same (Suzanne DeSousa at
a. One paragraph or so indicating your:
i. Interest in the EDI committee;
ii.Expertise and experience with EDI topics/issues/communities including research, coursework, community involvement, activism, and/or lived experience;
iii.    Availability to attend meetings (at least 1.5 hours a month) and current/planned schedule of classes and extra-curricular activities;
iv.    Ability to put in 1-2 hours of work per week on committee work (though usually less);

b.    Your resume.
Please note that applications are due by end of day Friday, July 30th, 2021.
 $40,000 in funding for self-directed community project.
One year. One project. Unleash your potential
The Pathy Foundation Fellowship provides professional leadership training and support for graduating students to lead a community development project anywhere in the world.
The 12-month fellowship is for graduating students who have:
  • the capacity and potential to develop as effective change-agents;
  • a meaningful connection with a community of their choosing anywhere in the world; and
  • an innovative idea of how this community could be strengthened.
Use this link to register for the following SUMMER Information Sessions, Workshops and 1-1 Advising
July 29: Candidate Info Session
August 9-11: 1-1 Student Advising Hours with Pathy Coordinator
August 17: Alumni Event
August 18-19: Project Management Lunch ‘n Learn
For more information, visit:
For questions on careers/grad school, please email to set up a meeting with Dr Norris.