About Our Services
The Engineering Society of Queen’s University owns and operates several student-run services. The businesses all operate with mandates to offer affordable services and products to students in order to enhance their Queen’s experience. The services also provide managers with unparalleled leadership experience and employ roughly 150 students annually.
Contact our Director of Services for any questions, comments or concerns related to our services:
Clark Hall Pub began with beer sold out of a cooler. It is the oldest student-run pub in Canada, and has always been a place for students, alumni, and profs to relax and have a good time. Run by the Engineering Society, we’re located above the bookstore. Although we were once all eng all the time, we now have a diverse staff and patron base from all faculties and age ranges. Come drink with us!
EngLinks is the academic support service of the Engineering Society of Queen’s University. Our main goal is to help engineering students succeed in their studies through:
- One-on-one and group Tutoring
- Course-specific Workshops & Tutorials for midterms & finals
- Free online Resources
- A free Textbook & Resource Library in the ILC
To best serve students, Englinks offers amazing opportunities to be hired as Tutors, Workshop Leaders, and Resource Creators. Since 2014, our student run services have promoted the great community we foster here in Queen’s Engineering. Whether you want to take your academic performance to the next level, or help others achieve their goals, EngLinks is here for you.
The Tea Room was established in 2006 as an environmentally friendly and socially conscious café located in Beamish-Munro Hall of Queen’s University. We provide the Queen’s and Kingston community with the option of buying environmentally responsible food and drinks, sourced from local vendors.
We specialize in loose-leaf tea, coffee, and espresso while offering a variety of wholesome lunch and snack options. The Tea Room operates based on three pillars: environmental responsibility, education, and fiscal sustainability.
Golden Words, founded in 1967, is a non-profit satirical newspaper published by the Engineering Society of Queen’s University. It addresses relevant campus issues whenever applicable with a humorous perspective. We work with volunteers of students from all faculties to produce 26 issues per annual volume.
Our purpose is to provide quality merchandise at affordable prices to individuals and organizations across Queen’s University campus. Contact us for custom orders, Queen’s apparel or Engineering Jackets (GPAs).
Founded in 1988, Science Quest is a not for profit science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) based program operated on the campus of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario that provides STEM educational programming to youth from junior kindergarten to grade 8 in and around the Kingston community. Science Quest strives to engage and empower youth through our educational in-classroom workshops, summer camps and school year clubs sessions, all of which work towards sparking an interest in STEM within the 5000+ youth we reach annually.
Located in the second floor plaza of the ILC, the iCons work evenings and weekends to create a supportive environment for academic success.
The communications team offers free graphic design, photography, and videography services to members of EngSoc, as well as provide advertising in the weekly All Eng and on the ILC TV’s.