Programs for Black learners

The Black community outreach team builds intentional relationships with Black communities and creates engagement and mentorship programming for high school students, CEGEP students, and young adults. We’re working to implement McGill’s Action plan to address Anti-Black racism and increase access to higher education for Black youth. Our team can help you map out your academic path, whether you’re exploring your options, or interested in studying at McGill.

Black students on campus

PYP for Black Youth

Undecided about your future? Pick Your Path for Black Youth is a mentoring experience designed to offer networks of support for Black learners to pick their educational paths. Join us to discover what your future path of education could look like!

Other programs you might like

Spend a day exploring McGill, participate in free Spaghetti Nights, or discover the many opportunities and programs at Branches that can support you on your way to higher education – they’re fun! Find the programs that suit you best and apply now.

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Discover university life

Black students, faculty and staff have been building community at McGill for decades. Check out student-led clubs, initiatives and events going year-round. Take a look at campus and wellness resources available to you.

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Get ready to apply

We’re here to help with everything from preparing your application to finding resources on campus. Review the steps to apply, and connect with our Black Community Outreach Associate if you want to chat about the McGill experience.

Ways to get involved with us

Interested in joining our mission to increase access to higher education for Black youth? McGill Faculty and students, community partners and donors are all welcome to contribute.

See what’s happening

Take a look at our current events and initiatives to find inspiration and start thinking of ways that you can get involved.

McGill University is on land that long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst
Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge
and thank the diverse Indigenous people whose footsteps have marked this territory on which
peoples of the world now gather.
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