Queen’s Residence Life believes in providing an environment where you can feel a sense of belonging, have diverse opportunities to build resiliency, and where you can access support toward achieving academic success.
Queen’s Residence Life believes in providing an environment where students can feel a sense of belonging, have diverse opportunities to build resiliency and where they can access ongoing support toward achieving academic success.
Our hope is that students will feel safe, comfortable and supported in their home away from home. The Residence Dons who are upper years living on each floor, support students through their transition to university. Feelings of connectedness and belonging are individual to each student and Dons are there to help navigate all of the opportunities to be involved in residence and in the larger campus community.
Living in residence encourages active participation in community – in residence, locally and globally. We encourage our residents to be respectful and civically engaged as they grow and personally develop as a member of the Queen’s residence community.
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We’re incredibly proud of our student and professional residence staff – together, they help students form a strong community within residences.
Residence Dons are upper-year students who live on each floor and support you through your transition to university. Dons are there to help you navigate all of the opportunities in residence and in the larger campus community. Our Dons are supported by professional residence staff who provide counselling, as well as guidance and support for residence programming, education and conduct.
Our team provides a wide range of education and social programs for residence students, such as:
- time management and study habit workshops
- harm reduction programs
- wellness activities such as yoga and pet therapy