International Orientation – January 2015
This is a preliminary schedule that is subject to change. Please check regularly.
In January 2015, Queen’s University will re-open following the Winter break on the first day of classes, January 5. As a result, most university services will not be available until that time. QUIC will be opening early to assist students starting their studies at Queen’s in January.
Open with extended hours January 3 and 4, 2015
1:00 to 7:00 pm.
Staffed by students throughout the weekend, the Centre is available during these times as a place to relax, meet new friends, access e-mail, and watch movies in the Centre’s Lounge. You are encouraged to use our kitchen to prepare evening meals together.
All activities are free with the exception of the trip to the conservation area.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
The following are orientation sessions for new international students from all faculties and departments. Your faculty or department may have their own specific orientation. Please check with them to confirm.
Sunday, January 4, 2015
International Exchange Student Orientation
Location To Be Determined
This session will be an opportunity to connect with new exchange students from all faculties as well as staff of Queen’s. There will be an opportunity to learn about the wide range of services and support provided at Queen’s and to get any academic and non-academic questions answered. This strong start can help ensure a positive and successful sojourn here in Canada.
Welcome (Back) Meal
5pm This meal is a chance for new and returning students to connect with one another and share a warm dinner.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
International Graduate Student Orientation
5pm QUIC and the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) welcome new graduate students and provide an introduction to support services on campus. This will be followed by a short walking tour of campus ending at the QUIC where you can warm up with a warm drink.
DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
Each year in September and January, the undergraduate student government hosts the AMS Tricolour Open House as clubs nights to help students learn about the many ways to get involved on and off campus.