Move-In Day sees over 4,000 students moving in at once. So don’t forget to think about where and what you’ll be eating on September 4th. Some retail outlets will be open but we also recommend bringing snacks and water. Come prepared for lineups – it’s always nice to have something to munch on while you’re waiting, especially if you’re doing a lot of physical activity.
We’ve updated our Move-In Page! Learn where to eat, what to bring, how computers, ResNet & Wifi routers work in res, and what res is like. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
International students are being targeted by an agency that is falsely calling students directly to notify them of issues with their immigration status and asking students to pay $1500 or more to resolve issues. Please be advised that this is a hoax and that a government agency would never ask you to wire money, or threaten deportation. Therefore, you should not make any payment and you can hang up on the caller. If you should receive such a call, please report the incident to the police. If you are concerned about your immigration status please drop by Queen’s University International Centre to talk to our International Student Advisor.
In just under a month, your student will be moving into residence at Queen’s. We recommend checking out our page on transition tips for parents – everything you need to know to get started with easing your student’s transition will be there. If you have any questions, contact us! You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates leading up to Move-In Day, and attend our webinar about Move-In Day on August 27th – you can register here.
So, you might have a general idea of what a Don is, but do you really know what their role will be during your stay in residence at Queen’s? To us, a don is a senior student or a university staff member who lives in residence, works part-time, and provides support to residence students. There, are meant to foster a supportive and educational environment, enforce ResRules and promote educational programming. Should you want to learn more about a Don’s role, check out our Who’s Who page, or watch the following video to get a better sense of what they do.