Undergraduate

Students of the School of Nursing,

As you are organizing for another school year, some of you may have questions about your courses and other matters related to your academic success at Queen’s.  Remember, that if you are looking for specific information about a course you are taking it is best to check onQ for the most up to date and comprehensive information. If there is information you can’t find then contact us for help and guidance.

Cheryl Pulling, Associate Director (Undergraduate Nursing Programs)
cheryl.pulling@queensu.ca
Room 112, Cataraqui Building
(613) 533 -6000 ext. 74770

Barb Bolton, Undergraduate Academic Advisor
barbara.bolton@queensu.ca
Room 113, Cataraqui Building
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. walk-ins; afternoons by appointment
(613) 533-6000 ext. 74751

Hilary Machan, Undergraduate Academic Advisor
hilary.machan@queensu.ca
Room 113, Cataraqui Building
(613) 533-6000 ext. 79663
Please e-mail for appointments

When should you contact your undergraduate academic advisor?           

  • You want to know about academic resources available at Queen’s.
  • You are having problems with any of your courses.  Contact the academic advisor as soon as you begin to have problems, don’t wait until it’s too late.
  • You’re too sick to study, complete assignments on time, prepare for a test or exam.
  • You have questions about what elective courses to take.
  • You have questions about transfer credits from other university programs.
  • You are thinking about taking a course at a different university during the summer.
  • You are having trouble concentrating on your studies, worried about not doing as well as you would like, don’t know where to turn.

I want to wish you success in the upcoming year and look forward to welcoming you back to Queen’s.

Jennifer Medves
Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) and
Director, School of Nursing