Clubs

Welcome to the Queen’s Clubs page!

 

Comprised of 270+ unique clubs and 9,000+ students getting involved each year, the clubs community is an integral part of the Queen’s experience. Clubs not only enhance student life, but provide opportunities to make meaningful contributions to the Queen’s and Kingston community. No matter what you’re interested or passionate about, there’s something for everyone to get involved!

Tricolour Open House

Every September, the Clubs Office partners with Queen’s Athletics & Recreation to host the biggest extracurriculars showcase on campus. Held in the main ARC gym, this event offers over 300 opportunities for students to get involved with. Whether you’re looking to join or promote your club, come out and see what Queen’s has to offer.

This year’s Tricolour Open House:

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

5-8 PM, main ARC gym & Queen’s Centre Atrium

AMS and SGPS Clubs Merger

Last April, the Alma Mater Society (AMS) and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) merged their club offices into one, creating the Queen’s Clubs Office. Previously under the two offices, there were restrictions as to how many graduate students could participate in undergraduate clubs and vice versa. This merger will allow both undergraduate and graduate students to freely get involved with any club under the Queen’s Clubs Office. This is an incredible opportunity at Queen’s – allowing all students access to more extracurricular activities as well as networking opportunities between the two student societies.

For any inquiries, please contact us at  :clubs@ams.queensu.ca  : (613) 533-6000 ext. 74815

Clubs Office, Rm 054, John Deutsch University Centre  99 University Ave.  Kingston, ON K7L 2N9

Clubs Manager

Grace Kim
Grace KimClubs Manager
The Clubs Manager is responsible for the day to day operations of the clubs office, which include connecting with club members, students, and stakeholders (on and off campus) as well as managing four other members within the office. Additionally, they act as the main liaison between the AMS, SGPS, and the general clubs community.