Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Ever Scholar

Teacher with students

Ever Scholar is a free, open-enrollment course series offered by the Faculty of Education to anyone in the Kingston and surrounding area. Designed as a lifelong-learning program for all ages, Ever Scholar provides opportunities to explore topics in art, science, and the humanities.

Ever Scholar has temporarily moved to an online learning format. For more information, please contact professionalstudies@queensu.ca.

Upcoming courses:

Introduction to Health Studies

Welcome to our offering of the ‘Health 101’ Course. This course will be offered over 4 weeks, with one 2-hour online session each week. During the course, we will cover a number of general health topics including health and aging, nutrition and activity, medications and substances, and habits and goals. The sessions will be interactive – questions and discussion are welcomed and encouraged – this is an opportunity for you to learn!

Mondays 10 am - noon EST from May 3- 24, 2021

First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Studies

Learn about First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture, health sciences, art history, and more, through collaboration and discussion here on the Queen’s University campus. Instructed by experts in their field, Ever Scholar courses will help you to expand your knowledge in a fun and engaging way.’

Thursdays May 6, 13, 20, 27 from 6-8 pm EST

Registration is currently closed for the May 2021 Ever Scholar Session. We are accepting names for a waitlist. If you would like to be put on a waitlist, please email us at professionalstudies@queensu.ca.


Our Registration Coordinator Sarah Anderson recently appeared on The Morning Show to talk about our Ever Scholar program. 

CBC Ontario Morning spoke with Sarah Anderson about our Ever Scholar Program. (Clip begins at 12:50)


The Ever Scholar program relies on the generosity of donors. If you would like to support this important community initiative, consider making a donation.