Congratulations and Welcome to the Centre for Neuroscience Studies at Queen's University

As a newly admitted CNS student, you may find it difficult to locate and sort through the immeasurable amount of information available. This page was created to provide new students with the most important information and links to ensure an easy and straightforward transition into university life. 

Course Listings and Descriptions

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Checklist for new students

The Registrar’s Office has compiled a checklist for new graduate students. Please read the checklist carefully as it provides information on how to accept your offer, create your NetID, your student card, health insurance for international students (UHIP), and setting up your fee payment. International students can also visit the Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) website for more specific information.

Academic Accommodations

If you have a disability that affects your ability to participate equitably in academic activities, we encourage you to register with Queen’s Student Accessibility Services (QSAS) now. This will help QSAS arrange your support plan in time for the start of classes in September.

Information Technology Services

Information technology is an important aspect of university life. IT Services offers a wide range of services and has provided you with actions as you prepare for your arrival to ensure you have a smooth transition to university life. Actions such as setting up your NetID, uploading Microsoft Office 365, how to use onQ to access your course material, what free tools and software you can access, how to prepare your devices and protect your data, and more.