Admission Offer ChecklistPrior to acceptance:
- Review this website to familiarize yourself with the Queen’s Undergraduate Medical Education program and policies.
Responding to the Offer:
- Go to SOLUS on My Queen's https://my.queensu.ca to accept/decline your offer.
To login to SOLUS on or after May 13th:
- Use your NetID and login to My Queen’s
- Navigate to Palette tab
- Under SOLUS Student Centre click the SOLUS Student Centre link
- Click OK when if it indicates you are leaving the Queen’s site
- Scroll to the bottom of the Welcome to SOLUS page to where it says Admissions
- Click on View Status on the right hand side
- Visit the OMSAS site to respond to your offer on their system using the new Secure Applicant Messaging Tool (SAM). In order to do this, please log on to your completed OMSAS application, using your IT number and password. Then, click on the appropriate link and follow the online instructions. You will receive a confirmation number via email, once you have submitted your response. After the response is processed, you will receive a second email, with another confirmation number.
- Make an initial non-refundable payment of $1,050 with your acceptance. This will be applied toward your tutition fees and must be received within 1 week of your acceptance to ensure your place in our class. Payment information is available at http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/currentstudents/fees.html
- Submit to OMSAS your final transcripts by June 30. Any candidate that does not meet the minimum number of required credits will have their admissions offer rescinded.
Admissions Required Documents Checklist:
Submit to the Queen’s School of Medicine Admissions Office as soon as possible the following:
NOTE: Failure to provide all the required documents by August 1st will result in limited participation in clinical aspects of the MD program and your successful progression in the program will be compromised. The Admission Committee may rescind an offer of Admission if the required documents are not submitted on time.
- Evidence of Canadian citizenship, a copy of your Canadian passport, birth certificate or certificate of Canadian citizenship, or proof of Canadian permanent residency. A Social Insurance Number does not fulfill this requirement
- Communicable Disease Screening Form - 1st Year Students completed by your health care provider
- Criminal Records Check (SUBMIT ONLY ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - please mail or drop off original document to Admissions Office)
- Photocopy of your CPR Basic Rescuer Course certificate (Level C) (First Aid is not required)
Level C and up includes the following:
5 Hours of Instruction
CPR for Adults
CPR for Children
CPR for Infants
Adult/Child Two Person CPR
As a medical student, you are responsible for ensuring that your CPR Level C certification is up to date. The School of Medicine does not provide CPR certification as part of its curriculum; however, it does offer an ACLS certification course during C3: MEDS 491 in April of your final year. In order to take the ACLS certification course, you must maintain a current CPR Level C or equivalent certification. The onus is on you to maintain your certification on your own time and at your own expense. We highly recommend that you recertify annually during the month of May to ensure that your certification is current for your ACLS certification course in C3.
- Photocopy of WHMIS Training certificate.
- Annual Examination Licencing Fee and Computer examination requirments
- Photo consent information (new form will be available shortly)
The financing of a Queen's education will involve a variety of funding sources. There are a number of options available for you to explore. Please review the information available on the Office of the University Registrar – Student Awards web site "Financing Your Queen's Education - Medicine" for more information.
Updates for Incoming First Year Students - is available http://meds.queensu.ca/education/undergraduate/current_students/first_year_info
Students with Disabilities
If you are a student with a disability for which you think you may require academic accommodations, you should register with Queen’s Disability Services Office (DSO). Please complete the pre-registration form and submit it to the DSO, along with documentation from your healthcare provider/s: http://www.queensu.ca/hcds/ds/students/registration.html
If you have a learning disability or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder you will need to send in your most recent psycho-educational assessment as early as possible so that advising staff can review it. For more information on documentation requirements for all disabilities, please visit the DSO website: http://www.queensu.ca/hcds/ds/
If you have any questions please about services for students with disabilities or documentation requirements, please contact the DSO at: