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Looking for a club,
but don't know where to start?

The Clubs Map is a tool that will help you find clubs based on your interests.  You will go through a four question, buzzfeed style quiz choosing the category that you are most interested in. At the end you will get a personalized list of clubs which you can get emailed to you to look through later! Included in this list is a description of each club and their contact information (Instagram, FaceBook, URL and email).

Know which club you’re looking for? Access our clubs directory here!

Comprised of 275+ unique clubs and 16000+ 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! 

Benefits of Starting an AMS Club

Grants

Room Bookings

Resources

Getting Involved

Start a Club

Find a Club

Plan an Event

Essential Resources

Clubs Manual

Clubs Policy

Our Location

Meet Our Team

Scott Schrempf

Director of Clubs

The Director of Clubs oversees the 270+ ratified clubs on campus and is responsible for ratifying clubs, allocating space, and distributing grants. They manage the day to day operations as well as long-term planning for the Office. They act as the main liaison between the AMS, SGPS, and the clubs community.

Emma Solecki

Deputy Director of Clubs

The Deputy Director of Clubs oversees finances, and spaces. They work alongside the SLC Operations Manager to manage club spaces and to ensure that they are maintained in good condition throughout the year. They also work alongside the Vice President Operations to manage clubs with student fees.

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Queen’s University sits on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe peoples.
L’Université Queen’s est située sur les terres traditionnelles des peuples Haudenosaunee et Anishinaabe.
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