AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc)

9Mar201709:00
to
31Aug2017

Registration period for Summer undergraduate Management courses open to McGill students in all faculties as well as Special and Visiting Students.

NOTE: The summer registration deadlines vary by course, please see the Summer Calendar for further information at www.mcgill.ca/study.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), CS (Continuing Studies), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), GR (Graduate Studies), LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), FMT (Farm Mgt Technology), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), MD (Medicine), Registration, winter, summer, CS (Continuing Education)
31Aug201710:00
to
11:30

Info session for undergraduate transfer students. Transfer students will have an opportunity to meet other transfer students as well as learn and get answers to questions specific to the transfer experience. For more information, visit Campus Life & Engagement’s website: http://www.mcgill.ca/firstyear/undergraduate/orientation-week/fall/transfer

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), MD (Medicine), Academic Advising, Fall
28Aug2017
to
1Sep2017

Arts and Science Departmental Orientation sessions for B.A.&Sc., and Science newly-admitted students in U1 three-year programs (96 or fewer credits), Special, Visiting, Exchange and Diploma students.

Science and B.A.&Sc. students refer to the SOUSA website below:

http://www.mcgill.ca/science/student/

Classified as: SC (Science), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), Orientation, Fall
28Aug2017
to
3Sep2017

Congratulations on becoming a McGill student! University is a new and exciting chapter in your life, and to help you start it on the right foot, take advantage of McGill's Orientation Week, which is packed with events that will make you feel right at home.

McGill offers a host of events and resources to help you settle in, including:

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), Orientation, Fall, Orientation Week
18Aug2017
to
5Sep2017

Extended hours for new students to obtain their student cards as of August 18 at the Service Point. The locations and operating hours of ID card centres on both campuses can be found on the Student Information website (www.mcgill.ca/students). Students must be registered for at least one Fall term course, and need to bring their McGill ID number, valid photo ID, and the documents used to prove citizenship status.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), CS (Continuing Studies), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), FMT (Farm Mgt Technology), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), MD (Medicine), ID Cards, CS (Continuing Education), Fall
1Jun2017
to
5Sep2017

Online academic advising for students newly-admitted to the U0 Freshman Program (four-year, 120 credits) and departmental academic advising for all other newly-admitted Arts, B.A.&Sc.and Science students. Refer to the "Welcome to McGill" website for details. Students should also refer to departmental websites for advising dates.

Arts students can refer to the Arts OASIS website below for additional advising information.

Arts: http://www.mcgill.ca/oasis/

Classified as: AR (Arts), SC (Science), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), Academic Advising, summer, Fall
5Sep2017
to
6Sep2017

McGill Placement Examinations for newly-admitted students in basic science courses in biology, chenistry, physics and math, including MATH 122 and MATH 123 for newly-admitted Management students. See below for more details: http://www.mcgill.ca/students/exams/

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), EN (Engineering), MG (Management), SC (Science), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), summer, Fall, Exams - Placement
1Sep2017
to
19Sep2017

For students who wish to university withdraw after the registration cancellation deadline (August 31, 2017), students may drop all courses via Minerva with full refund less $200 Registration Cancellation Fee for returning students; less registration deposit or $200 Registration Cancellation Fee, whichever is higher for new students.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), CS (Continuing Studies), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), GR (Graduate Studies), LW (Law), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), D&HN (Dietetics & Human Nutrition), FMT (Farm Mgt Technology), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), MD (Medicine), CS (Continuing Education), Fall, Withdrawals
4Apr201709:00
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19Sep2017

Registration period for all students entering the final (U3/U4) year of their programs in the fall/winter 2017-2018. This excludes students in Law and most students in Continuing Studies. Continuing students' registration for fall/winter courses will open over three days in April, and will be phased in on each of these days in half-hour increments. 

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), CS (Continuing Studies), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), GR (Graduate Studies), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), DE (Dentistry), MD (Medicine), Registration, winter, CS (Continuing Education), Fall
12Jun201709:00
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19Sep2017

Registration period for Fall 2017 and Winter 2018 using Minerva for all newly-admitted undergraduate students in the following faculties who have been admitted from Quebec CEGEPs as well as French Baccalaureate students from Collège Marie de France and Collège Stanislas:

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts (including Social Work & Religious Studies), B.A.&Sc., Education, Engineering (including Architecture), Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Science (including Medical Prep. and Dental Prep. students).

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), MG (Management), MU (Music), NU (Nursing), PO (Physical & Occupational Therapy), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), Registration, winter, Fall, Registration Note(s)
5Apr201709:00
to
19Sep2017

Registration period for all students entering the U2 year of their programs in the fall/winter 2017-2018. This excludes students in Law and most students in Continuing Studies. Continuing students' registration for fall/winter courses will open over three days in April, and will be phased in on each of these days in half-hour increments.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), AR (Arts), ED (Education), EN (Engineering), MG (Management), MU (Music), RS (Religious Studies), SC (Science), SW (Social Work), AS (Interfaculty BA&Sc), ARCH (Architecture), Registration, winter, Fall

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