Campus Resources


Safety and Security


Campus Security and Emergency Services

Learn more about services offered by Campus Security and what to do in case of an emergency

Student Safety and Community Living website

This website provides you with the information and resources you need to stay safe, both on and off campus

AMS Walkhome

This student-run safety service provides safe walks to students on campus and within the Kingston community

Safe Walk

Campus Security provides escorted walks from one point on campus to another for staff, faculty and students when Walkhome is off duty. This service is provided at any time, day or night, all year round.


Campus Health Resources


Student Wellness Services (SWS)

SWS provides services in three broad areas: medical, counseling/advising, and for individuals with disabilities. SWS is located in the LaSalle Building at 146 Stuart Street (corner of University Ave and Stuart St.)


Queen’s First Aid (QFA)

On-call and event-based service for First Aid assistance providing prompt response that is both confidential and free of charge. To request their on-call service, contact the Emergency Report Centre: 613-533-6111, or use any blue light emergency phone. This service is available 24/7 during the regular academic year, excluding Thanksgiving weekend, Reading Week, and exam periods.

Campus Observation Room (COR)

A friendly, safe, non-judgmental place where students who have had too much to drink can come to sleep it off. All Queen’s students and guests to Queen’s are welcome at COR – however, we do not admit St. Lawrence, RMC or local high school students. Located in Victoria Hall, room A010 behind Lazy Scholar. The COR is only open in September and on St. Patrick’s Day. Tel: 613.533.6911

Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC)

Confidential, non-judgmental, pro-choice, queer positive and feminist information and referral service for questions regarding sex, sexuality and sexual health. Located in room 223 of the JDUC, above the Queen’s Pub. Tel: 613.533.2959


Counseling Services


Our Residence Outreach Counsellors are located in Victoria Hall.

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Nadia Sawaya Fehr 

Residence Outreach Counsellor

o: 78330
e: nadia.sawayafehr@queensu.ca

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Jason Summers

Residence Outreach Counsellor

o: 78034
e: jason.summers@queensu.ca


Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence

Call Counselling Services at 613 533 6000 ext. 78264 for confidential support, safety planning, accompaniment information, counselling, and referral to additional campus and community resources

Cross-Cultural Counsellor

Arunima Khanna

Mail: 7ak1@queensu.ca

Outreach Counsellor (School of Business) 

Marissa Piribauer

Mail: marissa.piribauer@queensu.ca

AMS Peer Support Centre

Drop-in social and personal support from a trained peer support person. Located in room 34 of the JDUC.

Tel: 613.533.6000 x75111


Academic Counselling and Tutoring 

The transition to university life is a big one – and part of it is adjusting to the challenges and workload that are part of being a Queen’s student. At Queen’s you are never alone. We have many offices dedicated to helping you learn, think, and do. No matter what faculty or school you belong to at Queen’s, there are people on staff to help you with your academics.

Academic Grievance Centre, AMS

The Academic Grievance Centre is the place to go if you have any questions or concerns about academic grievances, discipline, or regulations.