News & Events

students at walkhome booth
Walkhome Exam Hours
Good news for late night study sessions! Walkhome is open until 4am through December 16th. Call them at 613-533-9255 between 7pm and 4am for a walk home. Please see their website for more
tinsel print
Tinsel Prints Pop-Up exhibit
Join us for pop-up exhibit of tinsel prints from the Robertson Davies Collection! Like modern baseball or hockey cards, tinsel prints were collectable images of famous actors and actresses produced
young woman holding up giant Lego blocks
Lego-Stress Buster
Take a break from your studies and join us for some creative fun! We are pleased to team up with Kingston Frontenac Public Library to invite students and other members of the Queen's and Kingston
Stauffer Library Cafe counter
Extended hours at the Stauffer Library Cafe during exams
In response to student requests, the Stauffer Library Cafe is extending its open hours until 11 pm during exams so students can fuel their study efforts with a coffee or snack.  The Stauffer Library
Mr. Schulich and Principal Woolf with a rare book from the collection
16th Century Books for a 21st Century Library
We are delighted to introduce the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection. This collection is the result of a generous partnership between Mr. Seymour Schulich and Principal Daniel Woolf who jointly
Introducing the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection
In this exhibit we present a sample of books from the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection to introduce you to our holdings. The Collection is made up of books donated by Mr. Seymour Schulich and by
open book
W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections Service Interruption, Wednesday November 23
Please note that collections in W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections will be not be available on Wednesday, November 23. Study space will remain open for normal hours (8:30am to 5:00pm).
Union Gallery Entrance
The Union Gallery features a new exhibition: November 19 - January 7, 2017
The Union Gallery is pleased to present Reveal, a juried exhibition of student work from Queen’s University. Through both traditional and less traditional approaches, the artists in Reveal explore
Shelves of journals
Scholarly Journals Survey at Queen’s University Library
Queen’s University Library is conducting a survey of faculty, doctoral students, and postdoctoral fellows on their usage of scholarly journals.  This week an email was sent to faculty, doctoral