Academic Services

 Academic Grievance Centre 
Confidential peer-to-peer advising on the academic appeals process. 
Contact: 613-533-6000 ext.32327
Address: JDUC 040

ASUS Peer Tutoring 
Partners upper year tutors with students looking for a tutor in a variety of Arts and Science courses. 

Brain Trust 
BrainTrust is a low-cost peer tutoring service offered through the Commerce Society. We are the Commerce Program’s primary source of academic support, providing one-to-one tutoring and exam review sessions for students in the Bachelor of Commerce program.

Career Services 
Helps students make the transition through university to the workplace with programs and services that highlight career direction, employment, and further education.
Contact: 613-533-2992
Address: Gordon Hall, 3rd floor

Exam Bank 
The Exam Bank was established in the summer of 1999 when the Head Manager of the P&CC and the Academic Affairs Commissioner lobbied the University for an online exam bank service, so students would have access to past exams. Today, exams for almost all courses are posted in PDF format for all your academic needs.

Student Academic Success Services (SASS)
SASS helps students at all levels of academic success improve their writing and academic skills and confidence. Students can get help with a range of topics, such as managing time, handling multiple academic demands, reading efficiently, writing clearly and concisely, developing strong arguments in writing assignments, increasing motivation, studying for exams, and practicing English as an Additional Language. We offer resources, workshops and appointments for students in any faculty, in any year. SASS is located on Stauffer Library’s ground floor at the north end.
Online booking system:
Contact: 613-533-6315

Queen’s Learning Commons 
The Queen’s Learning Commons is both a hub of services supporting formal academic programs, and a meeting place within Stauffer Library. It encompasses physical and online environments accommodating different approaches to learning. The QLC provides resources, workshops and seminars, and one-on-one professional consultations for students who want to enhance or develop skills.
Address: Stauffer Library

Student Research Hub
The Student Research Hub contains a comprehensive list of ways to get involved in undergraduate research at Queen’s. You can find out how to write a thesis, publish an article in a student-run journal, participate in a summer research fellowship, and more.