Arts Departmental Orientation sessions for newly-admitted Arts students in U1 three-year programs (96 or fewer credits), Special, Visiting, Exchange and Diploma students.

B.A. students can refer to the website below for details:


Classified as: AR (Arts), Orientation, Fall

Orientation Session for incoming students in the Joint PhD in Social Work program.

Classified as: GR (Graduate Studies), SW (Social Work), Orientation, Fall

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), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), Orientation, Fall, Orientation Week

Orientation for 2nd and 3rd year Physical and Occupational Therapy students.

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

Mandatory orientation and verification of immunization status for new B.N. Integrated students, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Classified as: Faculty-Specific Notes, Fall, NU (Nursing), Orientation

(Tentative Date) Pre-departure Orientation is mandatory for all students traveling outside Canada for university-related bilateral exchanges, internships, independent study-away, field study semesters, research, clinical rotations and/or other such activities. Only students who have attended a Pre-departure session in the past are exempt.

Participants will take part in small information sessions organized by region, followed by a general presentation and refreshments.

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

(Tentative Date) Orientation and academic advising for new students in Engineering. See the Engineering Student Centre website for details: http://www.mcgill.ca/engineering/current-students/undergraduate/new-students/

Classified as: EN (Engineering), Orientation, Academic Advising, winter

(Tentative Date) Faculty Orientation for new undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.). For more information, check out the Mac Campus website: http://www.mcgill.ca/macdonald/studentinfo/orientation/winter-2016-orien....

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), GR (Graduate Studies), Orientation, winter

(Tentative Date) Discover McGill’s University Orientation for new undergraduate and graduate January admit students is a chance to learn about McGill's resources for academic and personal success, Student Services and the respective student societies. You will receive your Discover McGill package and learn how to get involved in student life. For more information and to register please visit: http://www.mcgill.ca/firstyear/

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), GR (Graduate Studies), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), Orientation, winter

(Tentative Date) Orientation and Stage begins for NUTR 209, Professional Practice Stage 1B (Dietetics).

Classified as: D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), Orientation, summer, Clinical Training/Stage/Field Work

(Tentative Date) CEGEP Students Information Session (CSI McGill) - For students in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts (incl. Social Work & Religious Studies), Arts & Science, Education, Engineering (incl. Architecture), Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Science.

Coordinated by the Campus Life & Engagement Office, these information sessions are intended for CEGEP students who have confirmed their acceptance to McGill University.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), Orientation, Academic Advising, summer, Fall

(Tentative Date) Academic advising and orientation for students entering the Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) Program (B.N.I.). Will follow the CEGEP Students Information Session on June 7 - Watch for further information on McGill in Mind regarding the scheduling of this event.

Classified as: NU (Nursing), Orientation, Academic Advising, summer, Fall

(Tentative Date) New Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students can avoid line-ups and start getting their ID cards once they have registered by going to Laird Hall, Room 106, from Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday throughout the summer.

Note: Please note that the Student Affairs Office will be closed on Monday, June 25th and Monday, July 2nd as these are statutory holidays.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), Orientation, ID Cards, summer, Fall

(Tentative Date) Orientation for newly-admitted students to the Med-P (PRE-MED-ADM) program.

Classified as: SC (Science), MD (Medicine), Orientation, Fall