Resources and Partners

There are a variety of resources on campus to assist you with your academic affairs. The Faculty, University, and the Alma Mater Society (AMS) all provide comprehensive directories of resources and information related to academics.

Academic Resource Guide

This guide will give you a brief introduction to the policies, procedures and regulations in engineering academics. 

EngSoc Guide To the Classroom

Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science

The “Current Students” section of the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science website provides faculty-specific information and resources related to the undergraduate calendar, the Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP), first year studies, learning resources, dual degrees, exchange programs, research and graduate studies, the registration guide, the academic guide, and the graduation guide.

Queen’s University

The “Academic Support” section of the Queen’s University website provides university-specific information and resources related to teaching assistants, the Learning Commons, disability services, academic counselling and tutoring, the Centre for Teaching and Learning, and the Emerging Technology Centre.

Bounce Back

Bounce Back is an academic support program for first-year undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering, Nursing or Commerce who acquire a GPA of less than 1.6 in their first term.

Students who opt-in to the program will be matched with a trained upper-year peer mentor (called a Bounce Back Facilitator). Facilitators will work individually with each participant to help them identify the source(s) of their academic hardship and to set new goals and identify strategies to achieve those goals over the course of the winter term. The program runs for nine weeks (January – March).

Check out queensu.ca/bounceback for more info, or contact .

Alma Mater Society

The “Academic Services” section of the Alma Mater Society website provides society-specific information and resources related to the Academic Affairs Commission (AAC), the Academic Grievance Centre, and links to other resources.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns related to academic resources and partners, feel free to contact:

Director of Academics (See ‘Contact Us’ for current Director)
academics@engsoc.queensu.ca