Activities are ramping up on campus

Essential information



Resources for learning remotely, financial aid, health and well-being


Designing courses, teaching and assessing remotely


Information on working remotely, services available to employees


Information about phase-in directives for research on campus and more


Guidelines and resources
for supervisors

Co-existing with COVID

Dr. Don Sheppard, Director of the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity (MI4), on how we can manage risk associated with COVID-19 going forward, as many restrictions are lifted.


COVID-19: Our Commitment

As our society learns to live with COVID-19, our community’s safety and well-being continues to be McGill University’s utmost priority. We each play an important role in this shared responsibility. We have seen that safely re-opening our physical spaces is possible through a combination of careful institutional measures, always aligned with public health directives, and individual diligence in practicing measures that prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Despite the great uncertainty of these times, the University’s mission is unchanged. As the pandemic continues to evolve, McGill remains committed to supporting our faculty and staff, whether they’re on campus or participating from a distance—and to supporting and engaging our students in the same high-calibre life and learning experience for which our University has become world-renowned.

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