Queen's University

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Queen's University

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Motto Latin: Sapientia et Doctrina Stabilitas
Motto in English Wisdom and knowledge shall be the stability of thy times[1]
Established 16 October 1841"General History". Queen's University. http://www.queensu.ca/secretariat/History/genhist.html. Retrieved 26 July 2011.</ref>
Type Public university
Endowment $1.036 billion[2]
Chancellor James Leech
Rector Michael Young[3]
Principal Daniel Woolf
Academic staff 3,925[4]
Students 24,582[4]
Undergraduates 16,339[4]
Postgraduates 4,318[4]
Other students 5,325[4]
Location Kingston, Ontario, Canada
44°13′30″N 76°29′42″W / 44.224997°N 76.495099°W / 44.224997; -76.495099Coordinates: 44°13′30″N 76°29′42″W / 44.224997°N 76.495099°W / 44.224997; -76.495099
Campus Urban main campus, 40 ha (99 acres)
Urban west campus 27 ha (67 acres)
Former names Queen's College at Kingston
(1841–1912)
Colours Red, Blue, and Gold[5]
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Sports CIS, OUA, CUFLA
33 varsity teams
Nickname Golden Gaels
Mascot Boo Hoo the Bear[6]
Affiliations ACU, ATS, AUCC, CARL, CBIE, COU, CUSID, Fields Institute, U15, MAISA, MNU, OUA
Website queensu.ca
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Queen's University is a public university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Queen's University was started on October 16, 1841.

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