Advising for Graduate Students

The Graduate Nursing Student Affairs Office (GR-NSAO), located in Room 1942 on the 19th floor of 680 Sherbrooke Street West, provides students with information on the programs offered at the School and works in concert with the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office to assist students with administrative policies and procedures. To contact the Student Affairs Coordinator for the MScA Nursing (former Direct Entry) and MScA Advanced Nursing (former Nurse Bachelor Entry), contact graduate.nursing [at] mcgill.ca. To contact the Student Affairs Coordinator for the MScA Nurse Practitioner and the Doctoral Program, contact graduate2.nursing [at] mcgill.ca.

At the graduate level, academic advisors provide advice in reference to the different programs and paths of study and have decisional authority.

For academic advising regarding the MScA Nursing (former Direct-Entry program), contact maria.difeo [at] mcgill.ca (Maria Di Feo)

For the MScA Advanced Nursing - no concentration option, contact Heather Hart.

For the Global Health concentration in both the MScA Nursing and MScA Advanced Nursing, contact jodi.tuck [at] mcgill.ca (Jodi Tuck).

For the  MScA Advanced Nursing - Nursing Services Administration concentration contact jodi.tuck [at] mcgill.ca (Jodi Tuck).

For the MScA Nurse Practitioner program, contact irene.sarasua [at] mcgill.ca (Irene Sarasua), Program Director.

For academic advising regarding the Doctoral program, contact christine.maheu [at] mcgill.ca (Dr. Christine Maheu), interim Program Director.


Available reference guides

Important information for graduate students can be found on the University Regulations and Resources (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies) web page.

The Student Services and Resources webpage provides invaluable information for new and current graduate students.
 

Course Change Request Disclaimer

Note that withdrawing from one or more courses during the semester may – where applicable – affect your government aid and/or McGill work-study eligibility.

For international students, it may also impact your immigration status and/or permission to work in Canada.

Please ensure that you are aware of any consequences related to this course withdrawal request: consult with Scholarships & Student Aid Office, International Student Services, and/or the Student Affairs Office, where relevant.

 

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