Below are links to essential resources to help make your time at the School of Continuing Studies successful and productive.
School of Continuing Studies Course Calendar – The online course calendar includes information on courses, programs, policies and guidelines.
Key Dates – A list of key dates throughout the year for students.
Timetables – An interactive and printable timetable of courses, course descriptions and other details.
Examinations – Information about Examinations, including exam schedules and regulations.
Transcripts – For information about McGill transcripts and letters of attestation.
McGill ID Card – How to get a McGill ID card.
For information about many of the services and resources available to students in the School of Continuing Studies – including computer resources, optional student services packages, athletics and more – please see Services and Resources.
Getting to Class
Campus Map: Find out where you need to go on campus.
Public Transit: Montreal has an efficient public transportation system. The combination of buses and metro (subway) makes reaching any part of the city easy and convenient. For system maps and schedules, visit the STM website.
Parking: Parking on campus is very limited and using public transit or finding other means of getting to McGill is recommended whenever possible. For more information, see Student Parking.
Bixi: Bixi is Montreal’s public bike system, providing an alternative means of urban transport with bike stations all over the city. Get rolling at the Bixi website.
Tutorial Service: The Tutorial Service assigns tutors in your chosen topic to help you improve your study skills, review class work, clarify tests and proofread papers.
MACES is your student association, the McGill Association of Continuing Education Students.
Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities offers a wide variety of services to ensure that you can pursue your academic life at McGill.
24-hour security services for all members of the McGill community. For more information, see Security Services.
Walksafe is a student-run organization that provides accompaniment for individuals who do not wish to walk or take public transportation home alone at night. See the Walksafe website.