Large-Scale Programming

Large-scale programs are developed with the intention of reaching the entire student body living in our residences and focus on addressing our three pillars: a sense of belonging, academic success and to build resilience.

Examples of Large-Scale Collaborative Programs include:

  • Consent Week
    • To raise awareness about the importance of consent, what consent means and how to connect with important campus resources
  • HOCO101
    • Harm-reduction and alternative programming leading up to Queen’s Homecoming that provides students with information about safe drinking habits, and campus & community resources
  • ResYoga
    • Regularly facilitated programming that offers students the space to manage their stress and find balance
  • Pet Therapy
    • In collaboration with the Kingston community, Pet Therapy offers students an opportunity to de-stress and connect with animals around midterm & exam seasons
  • Pride Week
    • A series of collaborative events that strive to create opportunities for open and supportive dialogue around issues faced by LGBTQ communities and the value of allyship
  • Academic Success Initiatives
    • A series of initiatives run throughout the academic year in partnership with Student Academic Success Services that promote healthy study habits, time management skill-building and access to academic supports in residence