Departments and Schools
Part of the McGill Sports Complex, this stadium was named after a member of the Molson family who was killed in battle during World War I. Constructed in 1920, it remains unchanged with the exception of its stands, which have been extended to facilitate larger crowds.
Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education
475 avenue des Pins Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H2W 1S4
Built in 1965, the McIntyre Medical Building is easily recognizable due to its circular shape. It has a connecting bridge to the Stewart Biology Building and a link to the Life Sciences Complex.
Department of Biochemistry, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Department of Physiology
Life Sciences Library, McIntyre Café, Osler Library of the History of Medicine
3655 promenade Sir William Osler Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3G 1Y6
Built in 1951, this building was formerly known as the Physical Sciences Centre. It was later renamed in honour of Frank Dawson Adams, a professor of Geology who also served as Vice Principal, from 1920 to 1924.
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Department of Mining and Materials Engineering
3450 rue University Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3A 0E8
Department of Anesthesia, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Department of Ophthalmology, Department of Otolaryngology
Royal Victoria Hospital
Campus:Off Campus Properties
687 avenue des Pins Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3A 1A1
This building is home to ISR's Web Service Group.
Schulich School of Music
550 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3A 1B9
This building is home to the Centre for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment (CINE), a multi-disciplinary research and education resource for Indigenous Peoples created by Canada¿s aboriginal leaders.
Centre for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment
21111 Lakeshore Road St Anne de Bellevue Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H9X 3V9
Originally the home of the Presbyterian College of Montreal, this Gothic style building was donated to the University in 1961, and renamed after David Morrice, who financed part of its original construction. It features a large tower with a spectacular view of downtown, and a beautiful study space furnished with antique wooden display cabinets and lit by stained glass windows.
Institute of Islamic Studies
Islamic Studies Library
3485 rue McTavish Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3A 0E1
This building provides space for a variety of Faculty of Law offices, including the Centre for the Study of Regulated Industries, the Institute and Centre of Air and Space Law, the Institute of Comparative Law and the Office of Graduate Studies and Research.
School of Information Studies
3661 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada
Postal Code:H3A 1X1