Find your community and supports on campus

At McGill, you’ll find a wide range of services, spaces, and resources that are available to support you and to make you feel more included on campus. Discover what's there for you!

Join a space of welcoming and belonging. Connect with 2SLGBTQ+ communities on campus.

Make the most of Accessibility and Achievement. Connect with Student Accessibility and Achievement as well as other units on campus that offer support for your needs.

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Your experience matters. Find support and resources for Black students on campus.

Caring for someone? We care for you! Whether you are caring for children or elders, find support on campus for you and your loved ones.

Celebrate your culture at McGill. No matter where you come from, whether you’re looking for support or connections, you’ll probably find something for you on campus. Find out more about our diverse campus, services, and student groups.

Find student budget hacks. Get tips and tricks on student life and expenses, from where to eat to finding work.

First in your family to attend university? See our guide for First-Generation students and get to hear from other first-gen students.

Weave your path on campus. See what McGill has to offer to Indigenous students.

No matter your circumstances: you might have had to relocate, adapt to a new environment, learn a new language. Find free supports to help you with the challenges you face. Read stories from other students.

Find religious communities on campus. Connect with McGill’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, discover many religious student groups, and find other resources for life at McGill and in Montreal.

Find a supportive network and tailored supports for youth in/from care on campus. Connect with advisors, find dedicated services to help you thrive.

Take part in Women’s Excellence at McGill. Join a rich history of women’s excellence at McGill, as leaders, in STEM, and beyond!

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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