Enrolment

Senate addresses a lack of staff, Aboriginal students, and science reviews

Senate kicked off their year of meetings on Sept 27. by reviewing highlights of the summer and putting forth focused plans for action in the 2016-17 academic year.Continue...

ASUS student representatives fail to represent students

When a cut to outside-faculty credit allotment left many Arts and Science students with questions during course enrolment, a transparent answer from their former student leaders was noticeably absent.Continue...

Aboriginal numbers up

Though new resources and initiatives at Queen’s have led to a 93 per cent increase of Aboriginal students over the last three years, members of the Aboriginal community say the University could still be doing more.Continue...

Queen’s to expand student services in light of increased enrolment

The University has created an ad hoc committee to develop a strategic plan to expand student resources and accommodate an increase in enrolment.Continue...

Queen’s exceeds enrolment target

According to the 2014-15 Enrolment Report submitted to Senate in December, Queen’s slightly exceeded its enrolment target for this academic year.Continue...

Queen's aims to internationalize

The number of international undergraduate students accepting admission to Queen’s has increased by 79 per cent from the 2013-14 academic year, bringing 281 international students to Kingston this September to begin their degrees.Continue...

More students confirm

The number of students accepting admission to Queen’s has increased significantly since July 2013, according to undergraduate confirmation statistics released on July 9 by the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).Continue...

Queen’s plans to add 3,000 students over next two years

Senate has approved enrolment targets for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school years, as well as issuing projections for the 2016-17 year.Continue...

Ten-year enrolment strategy approved

Queen’s Senate approved a paper last week outlining its guiding principles for enrolment plans for the next 10 years.Continue...

Town hall meeting sparks spirited debate

Students made their opinions known about university enrolment growth at two town hall meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday.Continue...

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