It’s amazing how fast the summer comes and goes. We hope you enjoyed orientation week – because the school year has finally started! There are few things more exciting than studying something new and moving toward a career. But it can also be very stressful, especially in the first year of school, to get used to life away from home or make important decisions about your future.
If you know you have difficulties with your mood, your anxiety, or self-care, try consulting Student Wellness Services’ Self-Help Workbooks – if you need to schedule an appointment with a counsellor, make it happen.
Student Wellness Services supports the personal, academic, and social development of students at Queen’s University by providing a range of programs and services. Their mission is to provide a welcoming, confidential, and integrated service that is responsive to the needs of students.
Should you need health, counselling, accessibility or health promotion services, Student Wellness Services is there for you.
September is a big period of transition for first years. We have resources at Queen’s that will help you through it should you need. There is a vast array of resources on campus – whether your concerns are related to campus security, getting walked home at night, or sexual violence and intimate partner violence, there are resources to suit your needs. We also offer career services, health promotions and academic support services. Take care of yourself – don’t be afraid to talk to someone if you need help.
Have questions about fees or payment deadlines at Queen’s? Check out the financial FAQ’s page at the Registrar’s Office website. From questions regarding OSAP to fee policies to appeal processes. All of the information you need and then some!
Did you miss the What You Should Know About Move-In Day webinar yesterday? That’s all right – we’ve got it here! If you have questions that aren’t answered after watching the webinar, ask us on Facebook, Twitter or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.