Important dates for students

29Aug2018
to
31Aug2018

(Dates to be determined) Advising (compulsory) for new students in Engineering, including Architecture students. See the Engineering Student Centre website for details: http://www.mcgill.ca/engineering/students/undergraduate/new-students

Classified as: Academic Advising, ARCH (Architecture), EN (Engineering), Fall
31Aug2018

A variety of workshops offered on this day will provide you with plenty of tips and advice to sharpen your study skills.

Take advantage of this opportunity to get a head start on your academic preparedness!

Workshop topics include:

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), Fall, Orientation, Orientation Week
31Aug2018

Start of external and internal graduate fellowship competitions for 2019-2020 funding. Graduate and final-year undergraduate students should enquire in their department and on the fellowships website (see below) regarding information session schedules and application procedures and deadlines.

http://www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/fellowships/

Classified as: Awards, Fall, GR (Graduate Studies)
31Aug201812:00

Advising of new undergraduate students in Music at 12:00 p.m. Please consult the music website below for specific details:
www.mcgill.ca/music/student-resources/undergraduates/orientation

Classified as: Academic Advising, Fall, MU (Music)
26Aug2018
to
1Sep2018

Congratulations on becoming a McGill student! University is a new and exciting chapter in your life, and to help you start it on the right foot, take advantage of McGill's Orientation Week, which is packed with events that will make you feel right at home.

McGill offers a host of events and resources to help you settle in, including:

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ARCH (Architecture), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), HN (Human Nutrition), DE (Dentistry), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), Fall, LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), Orientation, Orientation Week, PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work)
1Sep2018

Online application opens for Fall 2019 for undergraduate Law, Medical and Dental programs as well as the Dental Residency program.

Classified as: Application and Readmission, DE (Dentistry), Fall, LW (Law), MD (Medicine)
1Sep2018

Deadline to apply for admission to Continuing Studies programs for the Winter 2019 term for Canadian Citizens or permanent residents.

Classified as: Application and Readmission, CS (Continuing Studies), Fall, winter
1Sep2018

Deadline for inter/intra faculty transfer applications to Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for the Fall 2018 term.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), Faculty Transfers, Fall, summer
1Sep2018

Deadline to apply for readmission to Agricultural & Environmental Sciences for the Fall 2018 term.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), Application and Readmission, Fall, summer
1Sep2018

Deadline to apply for readmission to the Desautels Faculty of Management for the Fall 2018 term.

Classified as: Application and Readmission, Fall, MG (Management), summer
1Jun2018
to
4Sep2018

(Tentative Date) Online academic advising for students newly-admitted to the U0 Freshman Program (four-year, 120 credits) and departmental academic advising for all other newly-admitted Arts, B.A.&Sc.and Science students. Refer to the "Welcome to McGill" website for details. Students should also refer to departmental websites for advising dates.

Arts students can refer to the Arts OASIS website below for additional advising information.

Arts: http://www.mcgill.ca/oasis/

Classified as: Academic Advising, AR (Arts), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), Fall, SC (Science), summer
17Aug2018
to
4Sep2018

Extended hours for new students to obtain their student cards as of August 17 at the Service Point. The locations and operating hours of ID card centres on both campuses can be found on the Student Information website (www.mcgill.ca/students). Students must be registered for at least one Fall term course, and need to bring their McGill ID number, valid photo ID, and the documents used to prove citizenship status.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ARCH (Architecture), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), CS (Continuing Studies), HN (Human Nutrition), DE (Dentistry), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), Fall, FMT (Farm Mgt Technology), ID Cards, LW (Law), MD (Medicine), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work)
4Sep2018

(Tentative Date) Orientation for 2nd and 3rd year Physical and Occupational Therapy students.

Classified as: Fall, Orientation, PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy)

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