Academics

The balancing act

For incoming first-years, the mere prospect of experiencing university can be overwhelming.Continue...

Queen’s receives funding to redevelop online courses

Ontario students will now have access to University-level courses through Ontario Online, a new publicly-funded government program.Continue...

ArtSci grades lag behind

The 2012-13 grade report shows that Arts and Science students receive significantly fewer A-plus grades and more failing grades on average than other faculties.Continue...

Student cheating is expected

No one should be surprised that large numbers of university students cheat on assignments and tests.Continue...

Helping students Bounce Back

First-year students who are facing academic probation have the opportunity to participate in a new program that aims to improve their grades.Continue...

Ellis classrooms get revamped

Three active learning classrooms were launched on Monday, marking the transformation of Ellis Hall’s unused spaces into an interactive learning centre.Continue...

Female engineering enrolment top in country

More than a quarter of students within Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences are female, the highest average for female enrolment in the country.Continue...

School looks to suspend program

With a decline in applications, the School of Religion has unanimously requested to temporarily suspend admissions to its theology programs for two years.Continue...

AMS raises concerns on enrolment plans

The AMS is calling for the University to hold off on increasing enrolment, according to a report passed at a special AMS Assembly on Saturday.Continue...

Ontario decreases annual tuition cap

The Ontario government is reducing the cap on annual tuition fee increases over the next four years, limiting inflation rates.Continue...

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