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The Services Commission is responsible for running all student services that are provided by the Society. The main goal of the Commission is to generate revenue for other Society activities.
What does the Services Commission do?
ASUS Trips is not-profit service that offers affordable outings for students on campus. Each trip is low-cost and includes transportation to major cities with lots to do. Past trips have included a Blue Jays game and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.
A program designed to pair upper year Arts and Science students with international exchange students studying at Queen’s with the goal of integrating exchange students into life in the Queen’s and the Kingston community.
GOOD TIMES DINER
A local soup kitchen that provides hot meals to low-income individuals in the Kingston community every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 4-7PM. This service runs out of St. Paul’s Anglican Church and is always looking for volunteers.
Oversee or help coordinate the large-scale distributive and marketing operation that is ArtSci Jackets. Carry on one of the greatest traditions at Queen’s! Order Jackets Online
MOVE-IN DAY SALE
An annual sale hosted on Residence Move-In Day in September for almost anything you need for your room.
Near the start of both the Fall and Winter semesters, ASUS co-hosts a poster sale in Wallace Hall. This event is the perfect opportunity to decorate your house and personalize your room!
One of the most spectacular and historically rich rooms on campus, the Red Room is an ideal study area and is available to be booked for private events.