When first arriving at Queen's, it is essential that you get online as soon a possible!

Important University emails will be sent to your personal Queen's email account and many of your tutors will put up module resources for you to access via Queen's Online.  Your tutors will also begin to recommend reading material from the Library and therefore you will need to get access to the Queen's Library catalogue.

To check that the University has a correct record of your personal details and get access to exam timetables and results, you will also need to access QSIS. QSIS is where you log in to get your timetable, get information relating to your Advisor/Supervisor/Personal Tutor; view your fee/finance details, track any tasks and progress assigned in your To Do list, and register for graduation (when applicable).

Guides to using Queen's Online (QOL) and Queen's Student Information System (QSIS) can be found by clicking on the relevant links.


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