Join an active Black community on campus

Find Black student groups on campus

Black students, faculty and staff have been building community at McGill for decades. Check out student-led clubs, initiatives and events going year-round.

Meet Antoine, Black Student Affairs Liaison

Antoine-Samuel ensures the needs and interests of Black students are championed, communicated effectively to the University, and addressed in a timely manner. 

Black student-athletes at McGill share their stories and experiences. Learn more about their journeys:

Explore McGill's Black Faculty and Staff Caucus

The Dr. Kenneth Melville McGill Black Faculty and Staff Caucus celebrates Black faculty and staff, and Black communities beyond McGill in Montreal 

See how McGill commits to addressing Anti-Black Racism 

McGill responds to the Caucus’ calls to action through various measures and commitments in the Action Plan to Address Anti-Black Racism.

Learn and lead

Student interacting with a mentor

Find a mentor with the McGill Black Mentorship Program

The program provides Black mentees with an opportunity to explore their academic, personal, and professional goals with the guidance and support of Black mentors, who are empowered to share their experiences, knowledge, and advice.

Give back to your community

Become a mentor with Pick Your Path for Black Youth and support the next generation of Black learners on their educational journey. Learn more about the program, keep an eye on the application launch date, plan to volunteer with us.

Join in a tradition of Black excellence at McGill

Trailblazing educators

McGill alumna Dianea Phillips has made a career of bringing STEM education to life to inspire underserved students. 

Graduate leaders

Alumna Audrea Golding launches an award recognizing the contributions of Black students who are graduating as leaders in their communities, highlighting the successes of Black McGill graduates.

BIPOC change champions

PhD candidate Amirah-Iman Hicks shares her educational journey, navigating studies, campus life and community involvement.

Let's Celebrate!

This year marked the 7th annual celebration of Black History Month at McGill. Here's an overview of BHM February 2023. Stay tuned for BHM 2024!

Find your community beyond McGill

Black Montreal is diverse and growing.

There’s something for everyone at McGill

Find other types of support and connect with your community on campus.

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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