(Tentative Date) Agricultural and Environmental Science students admitted from Quebec CEGEPs can get their ID cards in the Student Affairs Office, Laird Hall, Room 106, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m., Monday through Friday 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 Wednesday, June 24th and Wednesday, July 1st as these are statutory holidays.
Last day of the course NUR1 331 for BNUR-INT students. Final presentations will take place on this day.
Last day of lectures, Clinical Placement (including examinations) for U2 and U3 Bachelor of Science (Nursing) students.
(Tentative Date) First day of five-day-per-week (MTWRF) classes and last day to register without penalty in June section Summer courses...
(Tentative Date) First day of five-day-per-week (MTWRF) classes and last day to register without penalty in June section Summer courses (for Management courses and other exceptions, please see Summer Studies Calendar).
NOTE: The last day of summer lectures varies by course, please see the Summer Studies Calendar for further information at www.mcgill.ca/study.
(Tentative Date) Final exams for May section Summer courses will be held on June 3 and 4 for 3-credit courses, and on July 9 for 6-credit courses. For more information, please visit the examinations website (http://www.mcgill.ca/summer/finalexams).
Note: In Summer 2015, deferred exams will be held on August 18 (Agriculture only), 19 and 20.
(Tentative Date) Academic advising and orientation for students entering the Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) Program (B.N.I.). Time to be determined. Will follow the...
(Tentative Date) CEGEP Students Information Session (CSI McGill) - For students in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Arts & Science, Education, Engineering (incl.
Online academic advising for students newly-admitted to the U0 four-year program (120 credits) and departmental academic advising for...
Online academic advising for students newly-admitted to the U0 Freshman Program (four-year, 120 credits) and departmental academic advising for all other newly-admitted Arts, B.A.&Sc.and Science students. Refer to the "Welcome to McGill" website for details. Students should also refer to departmental websites for advising dates.
Arts students can refer to the Arts OASIS website below for additional advising information.
Academic advising for new undergraduate students in Education. Please consult http://www.mcgill.ca/edu-sao/