The Concurrent Education Student Association acknowledges that Queen's University

is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory.

student services

common ground

The Common Ground is a student-run coffee shop offering a wide variety of espresso-based drinks, iced drinks, bagels and cream cheese, sandwiches, and baked goods.

food bank

Located in the JDUC, the AMS Food Bank servesconfidential and non-judgmental food service to members of the Queen’s community. We are a non-profit organization which aims to provide our clients with food services in the most comfortable environment possible. We operate mainly on donations as well as an opt-outable student fee from both the AMS and the Society for Graduate and Professional Students.

holiday house check 

Holiday Housecheck is a free service for any student at Queen’s. Running over the winter holidays, participants will regularly have their mail collected and full exterior inspections conducted on their home. Staff ensure doors are closed and locked, windows are closed and intact, and examine the premise for signs of break-in

housing resource centre

The Housing Resource Centre offers support for students who are experiencing a conflict with a landlord or housemate in a safe and confidential space. Trained student volunteers can also answer questions and provide information on property standards, leases, tenant rights, house hunting, home security, and more.

queen's pub

Since 1977, the Queen’s Pub (QP) has been a tradition here at Queen’s University. Our relaxed atmosphere and great tunes will always keep you coming back. Come try our delicious menu with vegetarian options, a multitude of beers, or our fine wines and cocktails.
Whether you’re using the Pub to meet a study group or watch sports on our HD flat screen TVs, our staff will always make your visit the best it can be. Come in and get acquainted with the only pub you’ll ever need. 

studio q

Studio Q is a student-run service, operated by the Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University. We offer professional design, photography, video, and broadcasting services. As well, we proudly produce the Tricolour Yearbook & Agenda and livestream the Queen’s Gaels home games. We’d love to work with you!

student life centre

The Student Life Centre is comprised of the JDUC, 51 Bader Lane (Grey House), MacGillivray-Brown Hall, MacCorry student street and the Queen’s Centre. Collectively these buildings provide over 10,500 sq m. of assignable space and facilities for student community governance and operations. 

tricolour outlet

Tricolour Outlet is your campus one-stop shop that can satisfy any student’s needs. Whether you’re looking to buy some Queen’s clothing or merchandise to show off your Gael spirit, textbooks and school supplies to keep up in class, or bus tickets to go home for the weekend (Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, or Toronto Pearson Airport), Tricolour Outlet is the store for you.

walkhome

Walkhome is a student-run safety service at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. We provide safe walks to students both on campus and within the Kingston community. We are a completely anonymous and confidential service, so our staff members do not wear any clothes identifying them as a Walkhome team. For more information, please feel contact the Head Manager, Bilal Shaikh

printing & copy centre

The Printing & Copy Centre (P&CC) is an entirely student-run service for all your photocopying and printing needs.