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    Get involved!

    Check out paid and volunteer opportunities in our services, offices, and commissions. 

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    Welcome to Queen’s University! The AMS and Orientation Roundtable (ORT) cannot wait to meet you in September! 

    Click below to learn more and to register for your Faculty’s Orientation! 

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    Ride all summer long!

    AMS and SGPS students who paid their Bus-it student activity fee in September 2022, can continue riding the Kingston Transit system until September 1, 2023 with your Queen’s University student card and validation sticker.

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    The JDUC Revitalization!

    When complete in 2024, the renovated building will again house the AMS Offices, accommodation for more than 100 student clubs, 6,000 square feet of new public study spaces, secure and discreet wellness spaces, a larger pub with a patio, an expanded Common Ground Coffee House and Tricolour Outlet.

    It will also be more accessible, with at-grade entrances at all entry points, more elevators, and full, barrier-free accessibility in all parts of the building, including the historic spaces. The shipping and receiving area will be moved underground, with the loading dock replaced by an accessible outdoor plaza.

    For project updates and to learn where various organizations and clubs have been relocated to, please visit Facilities at Queen’s University.

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    The AMS Consolidated Operating Statement

    Each spring, the AMS Vice President of Operations presents the AMS Consolidated Operating Statement up to the end of February as part of the CGAM.

    Should you have any questions, please email the Vice President of Operations at 

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    Health & Dental

    Have you checked out your Health & Dental Plan? Coverage includes health, dental, vision, and travel. Learn more about your coverage and claiming options 

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    Support the Food Bank

    Donations of any non-perishable goods, hygiene products and baby products will be accepted by volunteers during operating hours. 

    Consider a monetary donation to support food security on campus. 

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    Ride the Tricolour Express!

    Tickets are available for purchase online at tricolouroutlet.ca or in-person. Normal tickets are priced at $50 each for a one-way trip. A valid Queen’s student ID number is required in order to purchase a ticket and board the bus. All tickets will be final sale!!

    Any questions or concerns can be emailed to  

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    Need some Support?

    The Peer Support Centre (PSC) is comprised of 100+ dedicated staff and volunteers. The PSC provides all undergraduate students with confidential, empathetic, peer-to-peer support, including resource referrals and practical guidance. Students are welcome to come in to talk about homesickness, personal grievances, mental health, instances of oppression and/or discrimination, sexual violence, academic challenges, and more! The PSC should not be used in the place of professional mental health services, but we are more than happy to listen to your experiences, and assist you with reaching out to further supports.

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    PEACH Market

    PEACH Market is a shared initiative between Student Affairs and the Alma Mater Society. Located in the New Medical Building, PEACH provides access to untouched food that is packaged and made available to students, staff, and faculty through the market’s accessible ‘pay what you can’ operating model.


Comprised of 290+ unique clubs and 16000+ students getting involved each year, the clubs community is an integral part of the Queen’s experience. Clubs not only enhance student life, but provide opportunities to make meaningful contributions to the Queen’s and Kingston community. No matter what you’re interested or passionate about, there’s something for everyone to get involved!


The Alma Mater Society runs 13 services which have been established to meet the wants and needs of Queen’s students. Every service is run top to bottom, from management to staff, completely by Queen’s undergraduates. From printing and copying, to pubs, to coffee, to digital media, the AMS has opportunities available in a wide range of fields.

“AMS made my experience
at university memorable.”

Learn more about the Alma Mater Society.

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