Information on Admissions
Students who are considering applying to Queen’s are directed to Queen’s Admission Services at: http://www.queensu.ca/admission. The Admissions website provides information regarding the admission requirements for all undergraduate programs, facilities and services, residences, scholarships and financial assistance.
Applicants and potential applicants are encouraged to visit the Queen’s campus, as well as the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Formal arrangements can be made by contacting email@example.com.
Admission is offered to the best qualified students applying. Academic success is the primary criterion for admission to Engineering and Applied Science. Students whose academic performance exceeds a required minimum will receive an offer of admission. In all other cases, students will be evaluated on a combination of their academic and non-academic achievements. Submission of a completed Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) form is required for all first year applicants.
The Board of Trustees reserves the right to make changes in the scale of fees if, in its opinion, circumstances so warrant.
Tuition fees are reviewed each year and are dependent on government funding and regulation. Specific information on tuition levels is available on the Web at http://queensu.ca/registrar/financials/tuition-fees. Students are encouraged to become familiar with this information.
Students may be required to pay ancillary fees for course related learning materials, safety equipment and field trips. The maximum estimated compulsory fees for specific academic plans are shown below. Those plans not listed do not have ancillary fees. In most cases the actual cost to individual students will be less than the amount indicated.
1See the Geological Engineering Academic Plan section of this calendar for a breakdown and explanation of costs.
2To be confirmed prior to start of the 2016-17 Fall term.
12016/17 Extended Program course fee is $516.40. The course tuition fee is for the 6-week portion of the course that extends past the end of Winter term, and includes Spring term exams in June.
2The Spring 2017 exam fees are assessed under the 2015/16 fee schedule and will be $466.00, plus $10.00. (SAL = Student Assistance Levy) per exam.
3Students may choose to write exams in a location other than Kingston. There is a $344 fee per exam plus an administrative fee of $75.00 for one or more exams.
Fees quoted are for domestic students. Fees for International students are higher. Please contact the Registrar’s Office or refer to the Guide to Registration and Fees at http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/ for details. In case of differences between the above and the Guide, the fees shown in the Guide shall prevail.
Students can use SOLUS to determine their account balances.
Student Services Fee Payments
Fee payments that are made through our Student Services office may be by cheque or credit card/debit. We do not accept cash payments at any time.
No form that requires a Student Services payable fee will be processed without payment.
Cheques are to be made out to “Queen’s University”.
Credit card payments may be made either in person or over the phone. If a student chooses to make a credit payment over the phone, they must first contact Student Services Reception (613-533-2055 or firstname.lastname@example.org) , to discuss the process of appropriate authorization to complete the transaction. DO NOT PROVIDE CREDIT CARD NUMBERS AT ANYTIME, VIA EMAIL.
Any student with an overdue debt with the University will not be permitted to register or to receive examination results, official transcripts, or marks reports until the outstanding account is settled in full. A Senate Regulation forbids the release of a diploma to a student in debt to the University.
Questions about fees or charges should be directed to:
Office of the University Registrar
Telephone: 613 533-6894
Please refer to the Guide to Registration and Fees (http://www.queensu.ca/registrar) for a comprehensive outline of the items referred to above.