Yearbooks began at Queen's University as a publication created by each faculty. For example, the earliest yearbook created at Queen's was for Arts Class of 1899. This practice continued until 1928 when the first Tricolor yearbook was created. The Tricolor (later renamed "Tricolour" in 1978) was a yearbook for all of the students of Queen's across the faculties. The Tricolour is produced entirely by students, and published and funded by the Alma Mater Society. The Tricolour is produced every fall and is available to any student who attended Queen's in the previous academic year.
Digitized versions of the yearbooks and Tricolours are stored on the Internet Archive and available by year through the links below.