The Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) has various associated student clubs, each of which has membership open to international and Canadian students. These groups are organized by geographic regions, religious interest, or social action interests.
The number and type of associated groups varies from year to year as the composition and interest of the student body changes. Groups are defined and managed by students, but may draw membership from the larger Queen’s and Kingston communities. Groups having a formal association with QUIC agree to have their membership open and to have a mandate consistent with that of the Centre.
You may find out more about these and other campus groups by attending Clubs Night Tricolour Open House in September or by contacting the specific group. A complete list of clubs associated with the Alma Mater Society (AMS), the undergraduate student government, can be found at the AMS clubs web page.
Clubs Associated with QUIC:
- African and Caribbean Students’ Association (ACSA)
- Association of Indian Graduate Students at Queen’s (AIGSQ)
- Kingston Latino Student Association (KLSA)
- Queen’s South East Asian Nations (QSEAN)
- Queen’s University Muslim Student Association (QUMSA)
- Queen’s South Asian Association (QSAA)
- Queen’s Cultural Exchange Club (QCEC)
All associated clubs that are able to book the QUIC space (subject to availability) must have representatives attend the required Safety, Security and Good Housekeeping (SSGH) training session before using the Centre. Please call QUIC at 613.533.2604 for information on how to become an associated club and for a schedule of the SSGH training sessions.