If you have questions regarding plagiarism, cheating, text-matching software, or other academic integrity-related subjects, the Office of the Dean of Students can help.
As well, if you have been summoned to a disciplinary interview or hearing, you have a right to be accompanied by an advisor. The Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures defines an advisor as a member of the University community who has agreed to accompany a student to any interview, summary hearing or hearing held under the Code. An advisor is not paid for this role. A student with Student Advocacy can serve as an advisor. The Office of the Dean of Students can explain the process for you.
For all other problems, contact the Office of the Ombudsperson for Students, which offers confidential, informal, independent, and neutral dispute resolution services.
Office of the Dean of Students
William & Mary Brown Student Services Building
3600 McTavish, Suite 4100
deanofstudents [at] mcgill [dot] ca (E-mail)