Departments and Schools
A number of academic and administrative units occupy space on several floors of this office tower that overlooks McGill's downtown campus.
Built in 1909 following a fire that gutted the Old Medical Building, this building was designed to mirror the main entrance and wings of the Royal Victoria Hospital. Its features include an ornate reading room and a stained-glass window commemorating members of the Medical Faculty who fought or died in World War I.
In 1971, Samuel Bronfman donated this building to McGill to house the newly opened Desautels Faculty of Management. In 2004, renovations to the main floor were completed, including the addition of a steel and granite canopy over the outside entrance.
In 1971, the Hurlbatt and Reynolds Wings of Royal Victoria College were given to Faculty of Music. Renamed the Strathcona Music Building, it is now home to the Schulich School of Music and to Pollack Hall, one of the busiest cultural venues in the city. A large statue of Queen Victoria still reigns over its front steps.
Opened in 1978, this building is the nerve centre of Macdonald Campus and home to many faculties. It is linked to the Barton Building, home to the newly renovated Macdonald Campus Library.This building is the nerve centre of Macdonald Campus and home to many departments. It is linked to the Barton Building, home to the newly renovated Macdonald Campus Library.
The M.H. Wong Building is part of McGill's Tech Square, and is named in memoriam after McGill School of Architecture alumnus Jimmy Man-Hung Wong. The building features a keychain sculpture on the front staircase representing the keys to knowledge.