Commerce 2002: 20th Reunion Class Campaign
The Class of Commerce 2002 will be supporting the Commerce 2002 Leadership Entrance Award. This annual entrance award is given to an incoming first-year Commerce student based on financial need and leadership potential.
Tuition has drastically increased and is now over $17,000 in the first year of the Commerce program. Affordable education is essential to ensure all prospective students have access to the Queen's education, experiences, friendships and community.
The Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness
In addition, they are also supporting The Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness; this fund was established in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce program at Smith School of Business. These initiatives are focused on, but not limited to:
- Providing ongoing professional development and training for staff in addressing student mental health and wellness concerns
- Ongoing development of workshops for students around mental health and wellness topics
- Increase the availability of 1:1 sessions with the Smith School of Business Commerce counsellor, for Commerce Students.
Be sure to join your classmates by making your gift or pledge today!