Built in 1965, the Centre was designed to accommodate all the offices and meeting rooms needed by the Students' Society of McGill University (SSMU) and McGill's vast assortment of social and cultural clubs. Known to students as the Shatner Building, it is three times the size of the old Student Union Building, which now houses the McCord Museum.
This elegant limestone mansion, formerly a private residence, has served as home to the Post-Graduate Students' Society since it was purchased by McGill in 1968. The interior is divided into many small but inviting rooms which are graced with carved wooden details, moulded plaster ceilings, and ornate fireplaces. It features a restaurant and a distinctive wood paneled bar.
Since opening in 1999, this building has served as the hub for anyone new to McGill, including undergraduates, graduate students, transfer students and visiting students.
3647 University is a small residence located right across the street from the main campus. This house is for male students only, and contains 5 single bedrooms.