Services by the Greater Community

The Ban Righ Centre exists as part of the greater Queen’s community

 

 

 

 

 

The Ban Righ Centre community understands that for many mature women students taking courses online is a way to help fit academic work in among other responsibilities. Below are some resources that we believe might be helpful.

Student Academic Success Services (SASS) offers telephone appointments to distance students. SASS helps students at all levels of academic success improve their writing and academic skills and confidence. Students can get help with a range of topics, such as managing time, handling multiple academic demands, reading efficiently, writing clearly and concisely, developing strong arguments in writing assignments, increasing motivation, studying for exams, and practicing English as an Additional Language. To book a learning or writing appointment, please visit sass.queensu.ca

If you’re a distance student, we recommend that you take a look at some of our online learning and writing resources. including our tips for online courses.

Online learning and writing resources: https://sass.queensu.ca/onlineresource/topics/#LS

Tips for online courses: https://sass.queensu.ca/online-courses/

The Ban Righ Centre allows various Queen’s University student groups and some community groups to use the Centre after hours. As a courtesy to our guests, we will post their event information here, as requested and time permitting. For additional information, please contact the group designate.

OPIRG Family Bereavement groups Both groups above have used the Centre for occasional meetings.

Meditation Hosted at the Ban Righ Centre Wednesdays at noon. Facilitated this year by Dr Jacqueline Davies.

Queen’s Career Services Initiative Career Services provides special “Drop-in” Career Advising. Visit the Career Services site for details.

Community Members providing volunteer services for the Ban Righ Centre community Coaching: Team YOU