myPath's mission is to help graduate students and postdocs pursue their goals using an Individual Development Plan
- Introductory video
- Create an IDP with workbooks, planners, and other tools
- Video guide for creating an IDP
- Workshops and events
- Peer pathways program
Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) offers a wide variety of resources and learning opportunities for both students and supervisors.
- Guidance on teaching in general (e.g., course design, teaching portfolios and learning technologies).
SKILLSETS aims to enhance the experience of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows by helping them develop a wide range of transferable skills.
- Supervision workshops
- Three Minute Thesis Competition
- Would you Fund it? - Fellowship application review
- Teaching assistant training
McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) offers many resources to assist students in career development. They provide:
Graphos offers different ways for graduate students to become more efficient, precise, and effective scholarly communicators.
Student Accessibility and Achievement helps McGill’s diverse student body achieve their academic goals and overcome barriers by providing not only accommodations for students with documented disabilities but also additional learner support for students facing barriers in university.
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.
McGill offers a wide range of student services to promote student health and well-being, and offer a variety of support systems.
Key health services for students:
Key services for community and support
- Campus Life and Engagement
- First Peoples' House
- McGill Athletics
- Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
There are many unions, associations and student societies at McGill and in the larger community. Those especially relevant to supervisors and supervisees include:
The Post-graduate Students' Society (PGSS), which provides a variety of services and events for graduate students and postdocs.
AGSEM (union for teaching assistants and invigilators).
The McGill Association of University Teachers (MAUT), which provides a venue in which to talk with colleagues about a wide range of issues related to academic culture.
The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students offers confidential, informal, independent, and impartial dispute resolution services to all members of the student community by providing information, advice, intervention and referrals.
The IT services website has information on software for students and faculty, McGill email, audiovisual (AV) services, printing, and access to technology on campus.