Discover McGill 2017 is the university's welcome day that you can't miss!
A variety of workshops offered on this day will provide you with plenty of tips and advice as to what university and academic life entails.
Take advantage of this opportunity to get a head start on your academic preparedness!
Workshop topics include:
August fee payment deadline. For more information, visit the website http://www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/your-account/deadlines-and-penalties/.
Summer Term registration period for undergraduate students in their U3/U4 year.
Access to Management courses is restricted to McGill U3 students in B.Com.; Minor in Finance, Minor in Management, Minor in Marketing, Minor in Operations Management, Minor in Construction Engineering and Management; B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Accounting; B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Finance, B.A. Faculty Program in Industrial Relations; B.A. Major Concentration in Contemporary German Studies, Honours or Inter-Fac. Prog. in Sustainability and Major in Agricultural Economics.
Deadline for cancellation of registration for all new and returning students for the Fall term except Continuing Studies. (Deposit is non-refundable for new students.)
Consult the following website for further information: https://www.mcgill.ca/study/2016-2017/university_regulations_and_resources/undergraduate/ug_gi_deferred_admission.
Summer Term registration period for all undergraduate students, including summer Special and Visiting students.
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.
Online application opens for Fall 2018 for undergraduate Law, Medical and Dental programs as well as the Dental Residency program.
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:
LABOUR DAY Holiday. Classes cancelled. Administrative offices closed.
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.
Deadline for web withdrawing (grade of "W") from the first half of multi-term (D1/D2) courses that started in the Summer 2017 term and end in the Fall 2017 term (no refund for D1 course; fee refund with web drop of Fall D2 course) for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts (including Social Work & Religious Studies), B.A.&Sc., Continuing Studies, Education, Engineering (including Architecture), Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Science.
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.
Late registration and course change period on Minerva for all returning and newly-admitted students in all faculties except Continuing Studies with late registration fees applicable. Visit the website below for more details: http://www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/your-account/deadlines-and-penalties/
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.