Academic Advising & Student Resources provided by the Faculty of Law
The following are student resources provided by the SAO:
- Academic Advising
- Academic Accommodations
- Graduate Students
- Financial Support & Competitions (Faculty Prizes & Scholarships, Undergraduate Financial Support, Permission Form, External Contests & Prizes)
- Internship / Moot / Conference Opportunities
- Orientation for Newly-Admitted Students
- Other Services & Resources (Lost & Found, Commissioner for Oaths for current registered students, Posting Notices within the Faculty of Law, McGill alcoholic beverages policy, Outdoor Events)
- How to clarify with a potential employer what a BCL/LLB degree represents in various North American juridictions [CDO].
- Verification of Student Records
- Graduation (How to apply for graduation, CDO graduation survey, Convocation ceremonies, and info about NY Bar, Barreau and LSUC).
The Award (developed in collaboration with the Subcommittee on Undergraduate Student Advising) recognizes the integral and valuable contribution that academic advising makes to undergraduate student life at McGill and illuminates the work of outstanding advisors. Individuals are encouraged to consider nominating a member of the academic advising staff for this Award.
The following are resources & services provided by McGill University's Service Point:
McGill's integrated front-line administrative services for students. Among their services, they offer:
- certified or translated copies of diplomas
- help with Minerva
- international health insurance card & exemptions
- McGill ID cards
- official transcript pick-up
- proof of enrolment letters
- replacement diplomas
- student exchanges/study abroad
- submitting legal documents
- tuition & fees info
- pick-up of alternative US Loans
Service Point is located at 3415 McTavish Street, in the McLennan library building at street level.
Vous cherchez de façons d’améliorer votre français - Looking for ways to improve your French
McGill University offers a variety of ways to improve your French including registering for a course and earning credits towards non-law electives.
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