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Advising and Programs

Advising and Peer Tutoring: The Peer Tutoring Service is designed to help Year 0 and Year 1 students with course work. Academic advisors can help you select courses, resolve schedule conflicts, transfer credits, and advise you on University policies

General Engineering Program (GEP)The General Engineering major allows students entering on the basis of a high school diploma to pursue a common first year (Year 0) curriculum without having to choose a particular major at the time of application.

Academic Program Curriculum: Find information about minor programs and curriculums by year.

Academic Standing: Assess your academic standing by term. 

Verification Period: The purpose of verification is to ensure the accuracy of all student information. Students are responsible for ensuring that all information on their record is accurate. Inaccurate information may cause unnecessary fees and interest charges, as well as a delay in important correspondence.

Graduation: Verify that you are eligible for graduation with the Degree Evaluation tool, and learn about the Dean's Honour List and the Convocation ceremony.

Readmission and Faculty Transfers: Information for students who wish to return to McGill after an absence from their program of study; engineering students who are considering changing their program/degree or and students who are interested in transferring into a Faculty of Engineering undergraduate program/degree.