Creating an inclusive environment on campus takes active and ongoing effort from all of us. McGill maintains resources to support a more equitable higher learning environment, and holds events throughout the year to educate our community and celebrate our diverse student experiences.
McGill's equity policies are designed to foster an environment of respect, trust, and inclusion. The policies, reports, and action plans are available for students to read.
Want to get involved? You can provide feedback on the 2020-2025 EDI Strategic Plan here.
EDI Education Resources
Education is central to inclusion. If you want to learn more about the diverse populations in our community and how to be a good ally to those around you, we have resources available to get you started!
- McGill's Equity Office offers extensive resources for anti-racism, disability supports, Indigenous supports, gender and sexual diversity, and more. They also offer educational activities and events throughout the year.
- Our Shared Spaces, an initiative out of Teaching and Learning Services, offers workshops empowering students to foster inclusive and equitable living and learning environments on campus.
McGill's Indigenous Awareness Weeks are an opportunity for the McGill community to learn about and celebrate Indigenous cultures, histories, and societies. With events, special speakers, and the annual Pow Wow, these free events are informative and fun!
Throughout February, McGill hosts events that aim to center and celebrate Blackness through the history, present, and future of McGill and beyond. Programming includes artists, researchers, community actors and more.
During Queer History Month, McGill holds programming including film screenings, community events, panels, and workshops to celebrate the diversity of the 2S&LGBTQ+ community.