Come speak to AMS President Jennifer Li and SGPS President Adam Grotsky in a town hall style discussion on what you want to see in a new and updated JDUC. For the past few years, the AMS and SGPS have been working on an agreement with the University to redevelop the JDUC to meet the needs of students well into the future. Refreshments will be provided.

The JDUC means something to us all. It’s where we study and work; where we volunteer and attend events; where we meet friends to grab a drink at the Queen’s Pub. The JDUC is meant to be the centre of student life on campus – but it needs a change.

For many years, the JDUC was the home of student life on campus, but its infrastructure has fallen behind over the years. This redevelopment will bring an increase to study space, clubs and faculty society space, much needed facility upgrades to student services, and will finally establish barrier-free access throughout the building, making it accessible to all.

The AMS and SGPS undertook student consultations to know what you wanted in a student life centre. We heard from you that you need a modern, accessible, and inclusive JDUC. Queen’s has a long tradition of student-led change. This project will be no different and these consultations are among the first steps we are taking to directly seek feedback from students.

Can’t make it? Visit myJDUC.com for more information or email JDUC@ams.queensu.ca with your thoughts.

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