Welcome to the Bachelor of Health Sciences community.
Whether on-campus or online, one of the best features of our program is that you become much more than just a name or a student number. We’ve worked hard to create a supportive community in which your instructors and fellow students are truly accessible. You’ll also receive regular course updates ensuring that you know about everything from upcoming deadlines to new videos or online content.
Below you will find various links to support you in your academics and student experience.
Whether you've just started with the BHSc or you've been a student with us for a few years, these guides can help you with a variety of tasks, such as setting up your NetID and email address, enrolling in your courses, and running academic advisement reports. If you have any other questions, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help.
We're so glad that you've chosen our program and are excited to welcome you in September. We have a number of Orientation events planned over the next three months to help you feel at home at Queen's and in the BHSc program.
SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)
The Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) is a one-day summer orientation program organized by the Student Experience Office (SEO), in partnership with faculties and schools that aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families.
Below is the Powerpoint from our Health Sciences SOAR Course Registration session. It will walk you through some of the Queen's terminology, which courses you will be automatically enrolled in, and how to select your option and elective courses.
Welcome to Health Sciences Webinar
Watch a recording from our "Welcome to Health Sciences" webinar, where an academic advisor answered questions about our program, our courses, and course registration. Click here for a PDF of the questions and answers from the webinar.
Orientation Week provides first-year students an introduction to life at Queen's University, with opportunities to meet their peers, learn about the resources available at Queen's to support their success, engage in extra-curricular activities and get to know their new home in Kingston. Our Health Sciences Executive Committee and our 25 Coats (Orientation leaders) can't wait to welcome you to campus. Here's what you need to know about 2019 Health Sciences Orientation and how to register:
Read the Orientation Handbook to see a detailed schedule of events, meet your student leaders and Orientation staff, and learn everything else that you need to know about this year's Health Sciences Orientation.
Submit your Online Registration and Payment Form to book your spot!
It contains information concerning admission requirements, academic regulations, programs and courses of study, and other matters of general interest to students who are registered in, or who are contemplating, the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) program at Queen’s.