If you are in a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 and/or Queen’s 24 hr Emergency Line at
Diversity & Inclusion Officers
If you have complaints or would like to talk about ways to improve diversity and inclusion in the commerce program or ComSoc, please reach out to either of the Diversity and Inclusion Officers.
If you are having issues interacting with the commerce office or members of faculty, the Academics Officer can act as an intermediary and liaison. Please also contact the Academics Officer if you have general feedback, comments, or suggestions about the Commerce Program.
If you are struggling with mental health issues, the Ombudsperson can act as a support body and connect you with appropriate on-campus resources. Additionally, if you have complaints or concerns regarding the Commerce Program or ComSoc, please reach out to the Ombudsperson.
Smith School of Business Resources
Academic Advisors are located in the Commerce Office and are available to discuss program requirements, courses, progression rules, and other topics related to academics. They can also provide referrals to other services. For the official website, click here.
You can make an appointment with one of the Academic Advisors listed below through the Commerce Portal.
Mandy Daniel, Associate Director
Michelle Bennett, Academic Advisor
Robin Bearse, Academic Advisor
Emily Heartly, Academic Advisor
Queen's Wellness Resources
Queen's Student Wellness Services
If you would like to speak to a counsellor outside of Goodes Hall, you may book an appointment at Queen’s Student Wellness Services located in the LaSalle Building. These counsellors provide short-term counselling geared to resolving personal difficulties, dealing with crises and distressing situations. For the official website, click here.
LaSalle Building, 146 Stuart Street, 2nd Floor
(613) 533-6000 ext. 78264
Residence Life Counsellors
Mary Green and Freeman Woolnough
Victoria Hall, 75 Bader Lane
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
AMS Peer Support Centre
The Peer Support Centre is a student-run service whose mission is to enhance the well-being of the diverse student population at Queen’s University by providing drop-in one-on-one support. Student volunteers provide welcoming, confidential, and empathetic peer-based support using active listening, resource referral, information guidance, and practical assistance. For the official website, click here.
Room 34, John Deutsch University Centre, 99 University Ave.
613-533-6000 ext. 32737