what to watch for

Monday, September 20
Last date to add Fall Term and multi-term classes

Monday, September 20
Last date to drop Fall Term and multi-term classes without financial penalty

Thursday, September 30
Tuition fees due in full for Fall term classes (Exception: OSAP students)
what's happening in FAS

  • Message from the Dean
  • Student Services support
  • Experiential Learning in Arts and Science
  • Keeping your family up-to-date
  • #ICYMI
Dear ,
Once again, I would like to wish you a warm welcome to Arts and Science and the Class of 2025 at Queen’s. I hope you have had a good start to your day, the first day of our fall term classes, and would like to reassure you that I and our community will be here to support you at every step of the way on your Queen’s journey. I am looking forward to an exciting year ahead of us with our return to in-person academic activities.  
In case you missed it on social media, I hope you will take a moment to see my welcome back to all of the members of our community.
Supporting our community is my top priority, and I encourage you to get involved along with our faculty, staff, and alumni as well as your classmates. It is important that we stay in close communication and take care of one another as well as ourselves. I will be in touch with you regularly on our social media channels, in this What’s Up Artsci biweekly newsletter, and at events such as town halls, celebrations, and non-academic events, which we will continue to hold online as well as in-person, following public health guidelines.  
Please continue to visit the Queen’s Safe Return to Campus website for up-to-date information on public safety information, vaccination protocols, and FAQs.  
I look forward to hearing from you and to communicating with you regularly as we progress through the fall term together.  
Please stay healthy and safe. 
Barbara Crow, PhD 
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science 
Faculty of Arts and Science 

Welcome to Student Services, Faculty of Arts and Science. Our doors are open and we are offering limited in-person service at this time. All services are fully available remotely. 

Come on in to Dunning Hall if you are dropping off a form, have a quick question, need help but not sure where to go, lost and need directions (or a friendly face). Call us or log in if you have more complex questions or need academic advising.

Book a one-on-one appointment to discuss your academic questions with an expert upper-year advisor. Starting today, Peer Academic Support Service (PASS) is offering video-call appointments. Visit the PASS Advising Appointments webpage to choose a time slot that fits your schedule and a PASS advisor will call you through Microsoft Teams at that time. You can email questions to passhelp@queensu.ca, and you’ll receive a written reply from a PASS advisor.

Find more information on the Student Services website.

It’s never too early to start setting yourself up for success in your future career. Gain a competitive edge by gaining skills employers search for such as problem-solving, decision making, teamwork, and critical thinking. From internships and apprenticeships to academic courses and challenges, you have a range of experiential learning opportunities to ensure a successful bridge between your time at Arts and Science and your future career.

Learn more by visiting our new Arts and Science Experiential Learning landing page or download the infographic.

Let us help you keep your family up-to-date on all Faculty of Arts and Science along with broader Queen’s University activities, by sharing this form with your parents or guardians. They will receive information about on-campus student supports and receive answers to lots of questions. Save yourself some time, and ask your family to fill out the form on the website.

Learn more about Transfer Credits in the August 26 What’s Up Artsci.
To book an Advising Appointment, call us at (613) 533-2470
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