Student Services is made up of a number of units, mostly located in the Mary H. Brown building, who all work together to promote and support student success and well-being during their time at McGill and beyond.
Would you like to refine your academic writing skills or learn to write for a specific professional audience? The McGill Writing Centre (MWC) can help you to attain your goals.
Whether you are having difficulty in a given subject, require assistance preparing for exams, or need a paper proof-read, our qualified tutors are here to help.
Welcome to the McGill University Library & Archives. The library is a welcoming and inclusive space, here to help you achieve your academic goals. Come to the library for research assistance from a subject librarian, to find a space for quiet study or group work, to access the latest resources, technology, and software, or just to borrow a great book or film. We look forward to seeing you.
FNIE works in partnership with First Nations and Inuit education authorities throughout Quebec to deliver community-based teacher education programs and professional development.
McGill University's Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week offers an opportunity to collaborate with community partners and draws active participation from McGill students, faculty and staff.
The Work Group on Aboriginal Affairs has been established to review McGill's current offerings with regards to actively offering programs for, conducting research on, and providing services to, First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities as well as the way they are delivered.
Indigenous Access McGill is a McGill support program for First Nations and Inuit students in Social Work, Nursing, OccupationaI Therapy, Physiotherapy, Dietetics and Speech and Language Pathology.
The Faculty of Medicine at McGill University is a participating member of the Quebec First Nations and Inuit Faculties of Medicine Program, through which a minimum of four (4) places per year in any of Quebec's four faculties of medicine are reserved for eligible First Nations or Inuit students.
The Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment (CINE) is an independent, multi-disciplinary research and education resource for Indigenous peoples, created by Canada's Aboriginal leaders. This centre works with Aboriginal communities to address concerns about the integrity of traditional food systems. They are headquartered at the Macdonald campus.