Frequently Asked Questions
What is Orientation Week?
Orientation Week, commonly referred to as Frosh Week, consists of a series of events designed to help you transition intoto your new social and academic environment at Queen's.
Why should I attend Concurrent Education's Orientation week over other Orientation weeks?
Concurrent Education Orientation week allows you to meet other students, just like yourself, that have been excepted into Concurrent Education. These are the students that you will be sharing your various Prof classes with and whom you can share your joy for teaching with.
Who or what resources are available if I'm feeling unsure and/or nervous about certain events during Orientation week?
There are many resources available to you both prior to, during, and after Orientation week. If you have any questions or concerns prior to Orientation week please contact our Teach Exec through the Contact page. If you have questions during or after Orientation week you may also contact Teach Exec or any of your Teaches.
As well, most of, if not all, of Queen's resources will be available to you during Orientation week. We will have a list available for you on here at a later date, or now upon request.
Do I have to attend every event?
No. Although we suggest you attend all events as they over many experiences and memories, but none of the events are manditory. We do ask that you notify your Teaches if you are planning on not attending an event.
Is it just going to be information being thrown at us?
NO! We are working so hard to ensure your Orientation is as engaging and fun as it can be. We have crafted a series of creative events and have modified our traditions so that you all will still get to participate in them. More than anything, we are dedicated to ensuring that the strong bonds created during Orientation are maintained and that you are given as many opportunities as possible to find your home within our faculty.