Student Resources

Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities 
McGill's Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Library Liaison for Anthropology
Need help finding what you need at the library?  Email the McGill library liaison for Anthropology and related topics, nikki.tummon [at] (Nikki Tummon), with questions about finding anthropological literature at McGill or for help with your library research, including bibliographic essays!  She can also be reached by telephone at 514-398-5727.

Useful Links
Student Services
eCalendar, including information on programs, courses and university regulations
McGill Libraries

Anthropology Students' Association
Anthropology Students' Association Facebook Page
Anthropology Students' Association Website

Career Planning (CaPS)
McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) assists students in their search for a career following graduation as well as the pursuit of summer internships, part-time jobs and other employment opportunities while studying at McGill.  CaPS hosts on campus recruiting events, job fairs and other career-oriented events year round, in addition to holding regular workshops on career planning and related topics.  They can also help undergraduates with the decision to pursue and apply to graduate school.  You can also visit the Career Resource Centre or set up a meeting with a career counselor who can help with your individual needs.



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