Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
(Tentative Date) First day of five-day-per-week (MTWRF) classes and last day to register without penalty in June section Summer courses (for Management courses and other exceptions, please see Summer Studies Calendar).
NOTE: The last day of summer lectures varies by course, please see the Summer Studies Calendar for further information at www.mcgill.ca/study.
(Tentative Date) Academic advising and orientation for students entering the Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) Program (B.N.I.). Time to be determined. Will follow the CSI: McGill CEGEP Students Information Session in June - Watch for further information on McGill in Mind regarding the scheduling of this event.
Online academic advising for students newly-admitted to the U0 four-year program (120 credits) and departmental academic advising for all other newly-admitted Arts, B.A.&Sc.and Science students. Refer to the "Welcome to McGill" website for details. Students should also refer to departmental websites for advising dates.
Arts students can refer to the Arts OASIS website below for additional advising information.
(Tentative Date) CEGEP Students Information Session (CSI McGill) - For students in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Arts & Science, Education, Engineering (incl. Architecture), Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Science & Social Work
Coordinated by the First-Year Office, these information sessions are intended for CEGEP students who have confirmed their acceptance to McGill University.
Useful information will be provided to help you understand the course calendar as well as tips and advice about Minerva registration.
Last day of lectures (including examinations) for 1st year Dentistry and Medicine students.
(Tentative Date) Registration period for Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 using Minerva for all newly-admitted undergraduate students, whose highest level of education prior to registering at McGill is high school, and who are entering Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Engineering (including Architecture), Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Science.
This also includes opening of registration for Quebec Inter-University Transfer students.
All new students please note, non-lab freshman courses (MATH 133/134/139/140/141) will be open to the following students o
Registration period using Minerva for newly-admitted Continuing Studies students and returning Continuing Studies Special students for Fall courses and programs.
IMPORTANT: Newly-admitted students and returning special students in Continuing Studies have until Tuesday, September 2, 2014 to register for at least one course in order to avoid late registration penalties.
(Tentative Date) Registration period for Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 using Minerva for all newly-admitted undergraduate students, whose highest level of education prior to registering at McGill is high school, and who are entering Arts (including School of Social Work), B.A.&Sc., Education, Management, Music and Religious Studies.
All new students please note, non-lab freshman courses (MATH 133/134/139/140/141) will be open to the following students only between June 6 and June 24: B.Sc., B.A.&Sc., B.Ed., B.Sc. (Kinesiology), B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Eng., B.S.E.
(Tentative Date) Canadian students may obtain their student cards as of June 17. The locations and operating hours of ID card centres on both campuses can be found on the Student Information website (www.mcgill.ca/students). Students must be registered for at least one Fall term course, and need to bring their McGill ID number, valid photo ID, and the documents used to prove citizenship status.
(Tentative Date) New Agricultural and Environmental Science students can avoid line-ups and get their ID cards once they have registered by going to Laird Hall, Room 106, from Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday throughout the summer.
Alternatively, they can sign up to get their ID Card during Orientation Week at: http://www.mcgill.ca/macdonald/.