ATTN: e-Billing and your account

Please note that your first fee assessment for Fall 2021 will be available mid to late July. You will find it on Minerva under Account Summary by Term. The Fall term e-Bill will be ready to view on Minerva as of August 5th (notification is sent by email to your McGill email address). To ensure that you will be assessed at the correct tuition rate, please verify that your status is correct in Minerva under Student>>Student Accounts>>View Tuition and Legal Status (be sure to select the Fall term from the drop-down menu). If your tuition status is incorrect, please verify whether you have submitted the required legal documents.

Next steps

Get your McGill journey started. 

Here’s 12 easy steps to take you from your letter of acceptance to your first day of classes.

  1. Connect with your entering class.

    Join the Entering Class of 2021-22 Facebook group to start connecting and stay informed. 

  2. Take note of event dates

    Ask questions and get informed about next steps at our events (check your email for invitations!) 

  3. Plan your finances

    You can apply for financial aid as soon as you receive your offer letter.  
  4. Apply for your CAQ and study permit

    International students should apply for their immigration documents as early as possible. 

  5. Accept your offer

    Make sure to accept your offer before the deadline in your letter of acceptance. 

  6. Check your McGill email

    You’ll be receiving important information on a variety of topics in your inbox. 

  7. Find a place to live

    Whether you plan to live in residence or off-campus, it’s time to secure your home in Montreal! 
  8. Register for courses

    Find out when your course registration date opens and start planning your schedule. 
  9. Get your student ID

    After you’ve registered for courses, you can get your student ID card to access services on campus. 
  10. Submit your legal documents

    Send us your documents after you’ve received your offer letter, but before you arrive on campus. 

  11. Send us your final marks

    We’ll need your final, official transcript in order to complete your admission. 

  12. Verify your health & dental coverage

    Before you arrive on campus, make sure to review details of your health & dental insurance. 


Get ready for life on campus!

Campus Life and Engagement (CL&E) is a dedicated support service for newly admitted students. They can help you with everything from signing up for orientation events, to getting your books, and finding your way around campus and Montreal.

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