Student Resources

For first-time McGill graduate students

McGill students sitting on the grass on the campus

The Campus Life & Engagement office provides year-long support for first-time graduate students.

Post-Graduate Student Society (PGSS)

PGSS students man a display on campus

Student societies organize many activities and offer the chance to get involved in the McGill Community. Post-graduate student society (PGSS) represents all graduate students in McGill University.

McGill Student Services

Student services representative cheers with another student dressed in martlett mascot costume

McGill offers a wide range of services for students including: career planning services, chaplaincy services, counselling, mental health, student health, tutorials and support for students with disabilities.

Student Wellness Hub

The Student Wellness Hub entrance

The Wellness Hub provides McGill students access to health and wellness services and programming. Whether you want to build your wellness community, access a clinician, learn a new skill, or relax in our space, the Student Wellness Hub is here for you!

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Divserse group of students walking together

Visit McGill Student Services dedicated EDI page and learn more about PGSS' Equity and Diversity Committee.

Sports & Recreation

Running in the McGill gym

The McGill Athletics & Recreation Centre is located on Campus and offers many sports activities. Students from the department participate in soccer and hockey tournaments. Mount Royal, located next to McGill, is criss-crossed by many gravel roads and small paths that allow for a quick jogging in the forest over lunch or at any other time.

Biological and Biomedical Engineering Student Society

BBMESS group go skiing

Biological and Biomedical Engineering Student Society (BBMESS) is a part of PGSS and organizes academic and social events for our students.


Student working on laptop on campus bench

The SKILLSETS website invites graduate students to participate in an award-winning suite of over 200 workshops on professional development and extra-curricular skills, including teaching competence, research management, and life skills.


Two students with their supervisor

The Supervision website offers over 40 pages of research-based practical advice and guidance on the supervisory relationship so that common problems in supervision can be avoided and degrees can be completed without needless delays.


Three students work together at laptop

Graphos teaches graduate students and postdocs how to become accomplished scholarly communicators.  Graphos workshops tackle key writing topics in an accessible, hands-on format.

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