The AMS has a myriad of grants to award to eligible students and groups. These grants include:
- Student Arts Initiative Grant (from the Campus Activities Commission),
- Equity Grants (from the Social Issues Commission)
- Special Projects Grants (Board of Directors)
- Clubs Grants (for AMS-ratified clubs),
- Sustainability Action Fund (from the Commission of the Environment & Sustainability)
If you have any questions about these grants, eligibility, and applications, please contact the Vice-President (University Affairs) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMS Membership Bursary
The AMS Membership Bursary was established in 2011 to offset the cost of student fees for low-income students. Income should not be a barrier to participating in the activities and opportunities that the AMS has to offer.
In order to be eligible, you must be an AMS Member, must have demonstrated financial need, and you must not be a member of the AMS Executive. Information surrounding the 2014-2015 AMS Membership Bursary will be made available at the beginning of October. In the interim, any questions can be direct to Justin Reekie, Vice President (Operations)
AMS Taxi Bursary
The AMS Taxi Bursary exists to assist students who face temporary mobility difficulties with extra costs they may face. Students may apply for this bursary through Student Awards. In order to be eligible, you must provide a doctor’s note verifying your temporary disability and document your taxi usage. The maximum available amount is $250.
You can download the AMS Taxi Bursary application here.
AMS Campus Activities Events Bursary
If you face financial constraints that may prevent you from participating in events such as Orientation Week, Queen's Model Parliament (or any other event) the Campus Activities Events Bursary may be able to provide you with partial or full support with participant fees. Email email@example.com for more information.
AMS Food Centre
Located in McGillivray-Brown, the AMS Food Centre serves confidential 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. As a non-profit organization, we aim for our funds to be put towards the upkeep of the Food Bank itself in the purchasing of fresh fruits, vegetables, milk and other items on a weekly basis.
The Food Centre provides a reliable and confidential service to ensure that Queen’s students can be healthy and productive as they pursue academic achievement. We also seek to address the underlying causes of poverty so as to alleviate, and ultimately eliminate poverty amongst Queen’s community members. The centre also works closely with other relevant organizations in the Queen’s and Kingston community.
Hours: Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Contact: Rebecca Silver (Director) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see our exam and holiday hours.
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