Detailed information about summer registration is available as of March 2012 at www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/registration.
Graduate courses are available in some subject areas during the summer and the Class Schedule at www.mcgill.ca/students/courses/calendars should be consulted for a complete listing of undergraduate and graduate-level courses.
Students doing graduate work in Education are strongly advised to enrol in summer studies and many programs can only be completed by participation in summer studies.
Registration for courses for graduate students takes place via Minerva for the Summer session. It is the responsibility of the student to register for courses within the deadlines, after completing a Minerva Course Selection Form and obtaining departmental approval.
Students in thesis programs, who pay fees on a per term basis and who have already paid full-time tuition fees during the preceding year are not required to pay for required courses taken in the summer. If you are registered in a thesis program in Additional Session status, you will be charged Additional Session fees in the Summer term. Students in non-thesis programs will be charged fees for courses taken in the summer. Registration for “summer studies” should not be confused with registration for a Summer term which has been discussed previously in Summer Registration.
Many summer courses have limited enrolment and students are advised to register for such courses as early as possible. Graduate students intending to register for restricted undergraduate courses must complete and submit to Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies an approved “Add Undergraduate Course Form” available at www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/registration/, and the course will be added by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies if there is space available in the course.
Please consult the Class Schedule for specific information on course dates and times, available at www.mcgill.ca/students/courses/calendars.