JDUC revitalization

Queen’s pushes start date for JDUC redevelopment

The University announced on Feb. 16 that it will defer the start of the JDUC redevelopment by one year to May 2022.Continue...

At AMS Assembly, Principal Deane answers questions about JDUC redevelopment

The AMS was joined by Principal Patrick Deane at a special meeting of its Assembly last Thursday to learn more about The Conversation and the semester ahead.Continue...

Queen’s misses initial deadline to collect donor funding for JDUC renovation

When the University conditionally approved the JDUC renovation project in 2019, it also agreed to contribute $10 million in donor funds before the project could break ground. As of October, the University has raised just over $3 million of that goal.Continue...

JDUC redevelopment on schedule

Since the passage of a $40 fee in January, 2019, that enabled the JDUC redevelopment project to move forward, the project has been well underway for more than a year.Continue...

Proposed JDUC design wins architectural award

Canadian Architect magazine announced on Nov. 29 that plans for the JDUC revitalization project had won the 2019 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence.Continue...

JDUC renovations to commence May 2021

AMS Assembly convened on Nov. 7 to discuss student election procedure and hear an update about the JDUC renovation.

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AMS talks JDUC redevelopment updates

The JDUC redevelopment plan will prioritize new space for student services over the AMS and SGPS offices, both of which are located in the building.Continue...

Board of Trustees conditionally approves JDUC redevelopment

After spending years seeking studentapproval for the JDUC redevelopment, the AMS has one final challenge: raising $10 million in donor funding.Continue...

AMS vote OKs multi-million dollar JDUC redevelopment

The multi-million dollar JDUC redevelopment project passed in a referendum on Friday evening, clearing its last major hurdle.Continue...

Redevelopment of JDUC up for vote Jan. 17-18

Through online voting Jan. 17 to 18, Queen’s students will have the opportunity to vote for the redevelopment of the JDUC—or to vote against it again.Continue...

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