Evaluation Dates

 

Fall 2017

Winter 2018

Summer 2018

Default Period

The default course evaluation period for regularly scheduled courses will be the same across the University. The time period normally runs for six weeks and ends two days after the examinaton period is over.

November 13 - December 23, 2017

March 21 - May 2, 2018

Custom evaluation periods are used.

Condensed Period

Academic units, with the prior approval of the Dean, have the option of shortening the course evaluation period to end the day before the start of the examination period.

View list of units using the condensed period

Faculty

Academic Unit

Agricultural and
Environmental Sciences

Dietetics and Human Nutrition

Arts

Anthropology
Art History and Communication Studies
East Asian Studies
Economics
History and Classical Studies
Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Political Science
Sociology

Dentistry*

Faculty of Dentistry

Engineering

Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Mechanical Engineering
School of Urban Planning

Management

Faculty of Management

Medicine

Pathology
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Physical and Occupational Therapy

Science

Biology
Mathematics and Statistics
Psychology

School of Continuing Studies

McGill Writing Centre

*Please note the Faculty of Dentistry uses custom evaluation periods but will be closing evaluations before final exams begin.

November 13 - December 7, 2017

March 21 - April 16, 2018

Custom evaluation periods are used.

Custom Evaluation Periods

Custom evaluation period dates are used for courses that do not follow the regular term calendar, such as intensive and summer courses.

Contact your Mercury Departmental Liaison.

Contact your Mercury Departmental Liaison.

Contact your Mercury Departmental Liaison.


Upcoming Course Evaluation Periods

Fall 2018

  • Default: Nov. 12 - Dec. 22, 2018
  • Condensed: Nov. 12 - Dec. 5, 2018

Winter 2019

  • Default: March 21 - May 2, 2019
  • Condensed: March 21 - April 14, 2019
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