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ODoS Message on Anti-Racism

The Office of the Dean of Students message on anti-racism

Office of the Dean of Students

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Office of the Dean of Students in the Brown Student Services Building (Suite 2100) will be physically closed until at least Sept. 1st, 2020, with our staff working remotely. As such, there may be a delay in our response, and we thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

For all inquiries, please write to deanofstudents [at] mcgill.ca. Your inquiry will be triaged and if not answered by the Office of the Dean of Students, it will be forwarded to the correct office or person. Please be aware that our office will not be checking our office phone voicemail.

Please note that academic advising through Faculties, Schools, and Student Affairs Offices is being maintained remotely and the majority of academic decisions that are related to programs, student records, tuition, and admissions should be directed locally.

This website will be updated with new information during this fluid and rapidly changing situation.

 

The Office of the Dean of Students

Working with students, for students.

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Your
Success
Promoting student success is at the core of everything we do
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Your
Experience
Our job is to ensure the best possible student experience
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Your
Campus
We work towards a better quality of life on campus for all

 

Who We Are

The Dean and Associate Dean of Students are just two members of a collaborative team that is committed to supporting student personal & academic success.

Whether you have a question, want to raise concern, or just want to see our space, our doors are always open.

What We Do

We oversee student rights and responsibilities, academic integrity, academic advising, the student disciplinary process, and student recognition.

Our job is to listen, learn, advise, and advocate for your best McGill experience.


We would like to acknowledge that McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.
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