The BCom offers a student-centric environment providing students access to many services and facilities to help further their studies and career development. The BCom Student Affairs Office and Career Services are just a few of the multiple student resources available at McGill to lend a hand to student success.
The BCom Student Affairs Office provides ongoing advice and guidance on programs and pre-requisites, degree requirements, majors, minors and concentrations, registration, course change, procedures for withdrawal, deferred final examinations, rereads, academic standing, inter-faculty transfer, exchange or study abroad, transfer credits, scholarships and graduation. Student advisers offer help managing academic situations during periods of personal, financial or medical problems, by working with students to identify various possibilities and strategies for making informed decisions.
The BCom Office abides by everything in the Calendar - pre-requisites, concentrations, majors, etc. The BCom Office will not make exceptions for students against the Calendar in any situation. No exceptions to the Calendar will be approved by the BCom Office or the Director, BCom Program.