Did you know that you don’t have to come to the Brown Student Services Building to receive information on and tips for health and wellness? Just ask your Local Wellness Advisor (LWA), Samara Yesovitch! LWAs are trained clinicians who are here to orient and connect you with the appropriate resource - on-campus or off-campus - for your unique situation. LWAs also offer wellness programming tailored to your faculty and work with departments on wellness awareness, prevention and early intervention.
Developing a respectful, diverse and inclusive culture is key to ensuring everyone who passes through our doors feels safe, welcome, valued and heard. At the Desautels Faculty of Management, we are committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion to better serve our community. For information about accessing support, visit Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Conflict Resolution Options for Students.
On the commencement of your program, you will be assigned a career coach and immediately start working with them to develop a clear sense of your strengths and target career path. Your coach will work with you over the course of the two-year program, supporting key learnings from the professional development curriculum and providing personalized feedback and encouragement.
The DGSS is a student-run association serving the interests of you, the masters students of the Desautels Faculty of Management. The DGSS independently represents their members in interactions with the faculty and administration, in response to policies, issues, and concerns of importance to the Society’s members.
At Desautels we ensure an outstanding learning experience for all students through high-impact programs that provide access to experiential learning and build foundational skills in critical and creative thinking and problem-solving. Desautels students have the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals to gain hands-on experience and unparalleled training for the job market.
The OSD works with students who have documented disabilities, mental health issues, chronic health conditions, or other impairments. These may be temporary, permanent, or episodic. We encourage all students to book an appointment with an Access Services Advisor to discuss your barriers and to determine what resources or accommodations will help to make your time at McGill a success.
Composed of nine units providing a wide range of services to eligible McGill students, including Campus Life & Engagement, which provides support for new students. We think you might find services from International Student Services, Tutorial Services, and the Office of students with Disabilities of particular interest.
McGill is home to more than 10,000 international students, who make up over 30 per cent of our student population. The Staff at International Student Services works hard to provide international undergraduate, graduate, visiting and exchange students with a host of non-academic services and resources. International Student Services (ISS) supports the growth, progress, and success of international students at McGill, and aims to ease their transition to a new school, a new home and a new country.
Service Point is the student-facing customer-service arm of Enrolment Services. We provide administrative services and assistance to Undergraduate students, Graduate students, Postdocs, Alumni, Prospective students, Applicants, Guests, and Parents. Reachable by online chat, phone, contact form, in-person appointment or virtual appointment, McGill Service Point is here to help.
Indigenous Initiatives is the central hub for Indigenous strategies and initiatives at McGill University. Find updates on McGill's Calls to Action, Indigenous-led events and projects, and more. The First Peoples' House (FPH) at McGill is a central hub for Indigenous student support by providing a series of academic, community, and cultural-based support. The FPH offers services including dedicated study space, cultural programming and events, and residence rooms.
Tutorial Services provide resources to help you stay on track while continuing your studies remotely. Learning from home can offer increased flexibility while at the same time presenting new challenges. Here you will find resources and information to help you thrive while learning from home.
All McGill students are expected to familiarize themselves with McGill's Policies on Student Rights and Responsibilites. Information for students and teaching staff regarding personal and academic rights and responsibilities, guidelines for doing honest work and details about both the disciplinary process and the dispute resolution process at McGill.