Any official McGill email sent to students will be addressed to the McGill email address. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that time critical emails are accessed, read and acted upon in a timely fashion.
Students are expected to adhere to The Code of Professional Conduct in the classroom and when attending any event organized by Career Management or an Employer.
In addition to Career Management's Code of Conduct, students are also bound by McGill University's Code of Conduct.
Strike Policy and Cancellations
Students must provide 24 hours notice for the cancellation of any event organized by Career Management or an Employer (advisor appointments, workshops, information sessions, etc). Cancellations can be made via website, email, telephone or in person.
Failure to comply with the our Code of Conduct on three occasions will result in the suspension to Career Management's website and/or other services.
Attending one of our Events
Students must respect the dress code indicated for Career Management/Employer events. Career Management reserves the right to deny a student entry to an event should they be inappropriately attired.
When attending career-related events, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure they check in with the Career Management representative. Failure to sign-in may result in a strike on the students account.
Students will be required to present a valid McGill Student ID in order to gain access to events/workshops held by Career Management for the purpose of: collecting attendance electronically; recording BCom, MMA, MMF, MMR, MBA, respectively, population versus inter-university attendance; gathering statistics.