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Queen's Friends of the Archives
Queen's Archives is alive with stories; not only the history of Queen's and the people who have contributed to the University's growth, but of Kingston and of generations of Canadians.
Thank Q Memorial Bursary
Help us recruit the best undergraduate and graduate students by providing for those in financial need.
Medicine Class of 1980
The Class of Medicine 1980 celebrated the naming of a seminar room in CHEER (Bracken Library) in 2010 and then launched fundraising initiative to name a seminar room in the new Medical Building.
Established in May 1993 by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for Smith Engineering.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Through the continued tradition of generous support from our ECE alumni community, we can continue to ignite learning opportunities for some of the brightest students in the country.
CFRC is the campus-community radio station serving Kingston and area since 1922. CFRC is a volunteer-driven non-profit supported by donors like YOU.
Sistema Kingston Fund
With your support this free after-school program for at-risk children can create positive social change through pursuit of musical excellence.
Queen's Law Learning Commons
Recent renovations to the law building have included the development of the Learning Commons, a new space that reflects the needs of our students.
the Library Acquisitions
Develop library collections of print and electronic information resources vital to academic programs and research across the university.
the Library Special Collections
Enrich the diverse special and rare library collections begun with the inception of the university, with new acquisitions and programs.
the Glenn Meredith Hagerman Library Endowment Fund
Established from a bequest by Glenn Meredith Hagerman to provide funds for the purchase of library resources in all formats and for the purchase of equipment and services to make library resources accessible.
the Bracken Library - Nursing Journals
Funds to pay for the annual subscription costs to several nursing journal titles. These titles will be chosen by the Nursing students through the Nursing Science Society representative in consultation with Bracken Health Sciences Library.
the Library Digital Initiatives Fund
Expand access to information through digitization of library collections and new initiatives in digital scholarly communications. Initially established with 1993 Challenge campaign funds from the AMS and Queen's.
the D. Muriel Matson Memorial Library Fund
Funds to purchase items of Canadian historical value, such as, but not limited to, books, prints, drawings, maps, documents, letters, posters, broadsides, plans and any other items of Canadian historical significance.
the Science '96 Fund
Established by the graduating class of Science 1996 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for Smith Engineering.
the Science '93 Fund
Established by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for Smith Engineering.
the Hugh Watson Endowment Fund
Established by the Estate of Hugh Watson to create a non-acquisition trust and used to support Queen's signature library facilities and their evolving learning and research environments.
the Helen Garrett Memorial Fund
Established by Thomas Garrett, MD'71, and Gwendolyn Garrett, MD'71, to purchase 17th and 18th Century English Literature and for the conservation, restoration and repair of rare materials held in the W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library.
the D.H. Stock Memorial Fund
Funds used to purchase periodicals and books in French and German language and literature equally for the Library in memory of Dora Helen Stock.