RESOURCES

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT





PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT ON CAMPUS


PEER SUPPORT ON CAMPUS


COMMUNITY SUPPORT


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ACADEMIC SUPPORT


ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

From cultural, spiritual, legal, or medical support to finding a walking buddy home at night, McGill offers a range of student- and staff-run programs to support your life here in Montreal.



CAREER AND PLANNING SERVICES (CaPS)

Whether students are seeking information on employment, internships, international opportunities, volunteering or advancing their education, CaPS offers the resources to ease the transition. We offer a Career Resource Centre that includes employers directories, career descriptions and all the ins and outs of how to get a job. Students also have access to employment opportunities posted on our CaPS website and the chance to meet with a Career Advisor who can assist them on everything from career choices to writing a resume.


Downtown campus:

Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 2200

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

T: 514-398-3304

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Macdonald campus:

Centennial Centre

21111 Lakeshore Road, Suite CC1-124

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, H9X 3V9

Monday to Friday, 9am to 4:30pm

T: 514-398-7582

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CAMPUS LIFE & ENGAGEMENT (CL&E)

Campus Life & Engagement supports students at the different stages in their life at McGill. By collaborating with various University departments and student groups, we act as your go-to hub for connecting you to the resources and opportunities that will help you make the most of your time at McGill. Whether you are a new or returning student at McGill, you can depend on CL&E as a source for helping you navigate the University, connect to meaningful opportunities, and develop your interests and skills.


Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 3100

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

T: 514-398-6913

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FIRST PEOPLES’ HOUSE

The First Peoples' House, strives to provide a "home away from home" for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students at McGill University. We provide a space where students can find academic support and stay connected to Indigenous culture. Playing many roles, including those of residence, gathering place, and resource centre, it is first and foremost a community.


3505 Peel Street

Montreal, Quebec,

H3A 1W7

T: 514-398-3217

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

International Student Services (ISS) supports the growth, progress, and success of international students at McGill, and aims to ease their transition to a new school, a new home and a new country. They provide information about health insurance, applying to study in Canada, language support, drop-in advising, and more.


Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 4th Floor, Suite 4400

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (closed 12 to 1:30 pm)

T: 514-398-4349

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LEGAL INFORMATION CLINIC

The Legal Information Clinic at McGill is a non-profit, volunteer student-run, bilingual, and free legal information service. They provide legal information, referrals, and both phone-in and in-person appointments.


Shatner Building

3480 McTavish Street, Basement Floor

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0E7

T: 514-398-6792



LGBTQ SUPPORT ON AND OFF CAMPUS

Check out the groups and resources at McGill for people who identify as LGBTQ as well as those in the community.



McGILL OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL LIFE

McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is dedicated to raising religious literacy and enhancing spiritual wellness at McGill. We are a student service you can turn to whether you want to connect with others who share your own religious roots or explore new and diverse religious and philosophical frameworks. We have a team of interfaith chaplains, who are here to help, and are sworn to confidentiality.


Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 2100

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3

Lounge and Meditation Room Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm

T: 514-398-4104

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OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS

The Office of the Dean of Students serves as the main contact in matters of student well-being, worrisome student behaviour and emergencies or crises involving McGill students, to offer support, and to follow-up and liaise with students, relevant departments, services, residences, administration and third parties, including families. We work closely with student associations and student affairs offices of faculties on both downtown and Macdonald campuses, providing liaison between students and other sectors of the university.


Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 2100

Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

T: 514-398-4990

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT AID

Scholarships and Student Aid offers resources and advice to help you pay for university, from step-by-step guides on how to apply for funding to information on how to budget effectively. We also disburse all provincial, federal, and US government student aid funding, and help with government aid information and documentation.


Downtown campus:

Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 3200

Montreal, Quebec H3A 1Y2

Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm

T: 514-398-6013

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Macdonald campus:

Centennial Centre

21111 Lakeshore Road, Suite CC1-124

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, H9X 3V9

T: 514-398-7992

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SOCIAL EQUITY & DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION (SEDE) OFFICE

The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office provides information, education and training to all areas of the University in order to cultivate a respectful, diverse and supportive campus. By connecting with local and regional organizations, SEDE also provides McGill's students and staff with community-based learning experiences that foster leadership, encourage civic engagement, and promote a deeper understanding of diversity.



SSMU DRIVESAFE

The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office provides information, education and training to all areas of the University in order to cultivate a respectful, diverse and supportive campus. By connecting with local and regional organizations, SEDE also provides McGill's students and staff with community-based learning experiences that foster leadership, encourage civic engagement, and promote a deeper understanding of diversity.


SSMU Drivesafe is a student-run service providing safe transportation home for students on the island of Montreal.

Fridays & Saturdays, 11 pm to 3 am

T: 514-398-8040



SSMU WALKSAFE

SSMU Walksafe is a volunteer SSMU service that provides free nighttime accompaniment for students who feel uncomfortable or who are unable to walk home alone.

Friday & Saturday, 9 pm to 3 am

Sunday to Thursday, 9 pm to 12 am

T: 514-398-2498



STUDENT PARENTS SUPPORT

A number of organizations at McGill help support student parents, from daycare centres to having a support network for McGill students who are balancing the demands of university studies with the responsibilities of parenthood.