As a student registered at McGill you are required to present an ID card to write examinations, when using libraries and student services and certain laboratories, and to access residence buildings.
To receive your ID card, you must be a registered student, and you must present your Permanent Code information and proof of legal status in Canada (for a list of acceptable documents, see Legal Documents: What Documents Does McGill Need from You?.
ID cards will not be issued if any of your legal documents are missing.
The Student Identification Card is the property of the University, for use by the cardholder only and is not transferable. If you withdraw from all of your courses, you must attach your ID card to the withdrawal form or return it to Enrolment Services (or the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Student Affairs Office, Macdonald Campus).
The locations and opening hours of ID card centres can be found on the Student Information website at www.mcgill.ca/students.
Students can obtain an ID card from:
As of Wednesday September 1, 2010, you may obtain an ID card from the Macdonald Campus Student Affairs Office during normal office hours.