About us

The Ban Righ Centre: a safe, welcoming space and resource centre.


We assist women of all ages, especially those who are returning to university after a time away, to continue formal or informal education in an atmosphere where you will meet others with similar experiences and concerns with informed, supportive staff.

The Ban Righ Centre offers its services without charge or membership.

The Ban Righ Foundation supports the programs and activities of the Ban Righ Centre. The Centre provides a warm environment for women from diverse backgrounds to find community, practical, personal and financial support in an informal setting prepared to meet their particular needs. This environment supports academic endeavour, encourages mutuality and equality, and nurtures and respects women.

The Ban Righ Centre is an example of the spirit of community outreach that is an integral part of Queen’s past, present, and future vision. It serves as an example of what a university can do for its members as well as for the surrounding community.


Where is the Ban Righ Centre?

32 Bader Lane (formerly Queen’s Cres.)
between Stirling Hall and Ban Righ Hall Residence

Queen’s University which is Situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory