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Our Parents section is designed to help you support your student while they are in residence.  If you’d like regular e-mail updates on residence activities and important dates, please be sure to subscribe to our “Campus Connection” newsletter. We also invite you to contact us if you have any questions or suggestions.

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Transition Tips for Parents

Moving In

We’ve got information about September move-in day, what to bring and how to get here!

Download our Move-In Guide 2016 *coming soon

Want to connect with key student support providers and learn about how to help students transition to university life? Check out our Parent Information Sessions on Move-In day

Want more?

Read about the transition to Queen’s at the Queen’s Parent website. 

Find Resources for Parents and Guardians of Students.

Learn about tuition, exams and other details on the Registrar’s Parent and Guardian page.

Visit the Queen’s Event Calendar to find out what’s happening on campus.


Student Wellness Services

Read about the resources offered by Student Wellness Services.

Your Best You Self-help Workbook Series was developed by counsellors at Health, Counselling and Disability Services, specifically for Queen’s Students. All three books are self-directed, so students do not have to talk with a counsellor first. The workbooks are available for free online here.

Student Health 101 is an interactive online magazine intended to engage students in living healthfully and developing skills needed for success during the school year and beyond.  The magazine features stories and videos from students and readers across Canada and addresses issues around mental health and physical well-being as well as things like recipe ideas and exercise tips.  The Student Advocate provides a quick-to-read summary of the articles, designed to help you support your student through the growth and challenges they may be facing.  Queen’s parents can register a personal email address to receive The Student Advocate as well as the full student magazine by visiting