Website: mcgill.ca/wellness-hub For Macdonald Campus Care, visit mcgill.ca/wellness-hub/access-care/macdonald-campus-care
Telephone: 514-398-6017 (Downtown), 514-398-7992 (Macdonald Campus)
Everything from drop-in counselling to crisis support, group sessions, workshops, and resources for family & friends.
Email: deanofstudents [at] mcgill.ca
Reach out to the Office of the Dean of Students if you're looking for case management services or have questions about the Student Code of Conduct or student rights and responsibilities.
Sexual Violence Response Advisor: 514-398-4486
Sexual Violence Education Advisor: 514-398-3786
Email: osvrse [at] mcgill.ca
Confidential, non-judgmental and non-directional support and education for students, faculty and staff of all genders who have been impacted by sexual violence.
Support for students who have documented disabilities, mental health issues, chronic health conditions, or other impairments.
Offers confidential, informal, and independent dispute resolution services by providing information, advice and referrals.
Services include workshops, events, publications, lounge and meditation space.
Telephone: 514-398-3000 (Downtown), 514-398-7777 (Macdonald Campus)
Services includes support, guidance, prevention and response.
Telephone: 514-398-6792 (Legal Questions), 514-398-4384 (Dispute with McGill)
Free and confidential information, advice and representation in cases where McGill students are going through disciplinary, grievance or appeals processes.
Disclaimer: The Legal Information Clinic at McGill does not provide legal information for criminal matters but can refer to other, off-campus legal and support services.
A confidential, anonymous and non-judgmental listening service, run by McGill students. Services include active listening, resource referrals and crisis management.
Email: mcgill.psc [at] gmail.com
Provides free, confidential drop-in space offering non-judgmental peer support, information, and referrals to the McGill community. Facilitates and encourages communication so that students feel empowered to resolve whatever they may be going through.
Email: ssc.pgss [at] mail.mcgill.ca
A confidential peer-support service that provides assistance to graduate students and post-docs who feel that their rights have been violated or that they have been unjustly treated.
Telephone: (514) 398-8500
Email: main [at] sacomss.org
A student-run organization committed to supporting survivors of sexual assault and their allies through direct support, advocacy, and outreach.
A volunteer SSMU service that provides free night-time accompaniment for those who feel uncomfortable, or who are unable to walk home alone.