Welcome to ARTS OASIS

Our office provides advice and support to undergraduate Arts students regarding their academic trajectory, from entry to graduation. 

Faculty of Arts OASIS

News

Arts OASIS is providing online and in-person advising by appointment ONLY. Visit our Advising Services webpage to book an appointment. Kindly use one means of communication only (email or virtual drop-in) to help us avoid duplicating work. Sending duplicate correspondence will not result in a quicker response time.

Ask an ASAP - a student/peer advisor in Arts OASIS.

Get the latest Covid-19 updates. You can use the health and wellness services available for students and other remote support such as Keep Me Safe and Maple.

Welcome back!

Questions? Visit our Advising Services webpage.

Refer to MyCourses tips for students for assistance.

If you are a new student, consult the first year guide.

To help transition back to in-person learning, the Student Wellness Hub has put together WELL-Come Back 2022, a guide for you to access support, wellness, coping skills, and personal connections.

 

Indigenous Awareness Weeks

This year's series marks the eleventh annual Indigenous Awareness Weeks. It will take place from Monday, September 19th to Friday, September 30th. All are welcome to attend the events, which are free.

Indigenous Awareness Weeks offer students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to learn about Indigenous cultures, histories, and communities, promoting greater knowledge and understanding about Indigenous peoples in Canada.

 

Local Wellness Advisor (LWA)

Your LWA is a mental health professional in the Faculty of Arts. Learn about workshops, drop-in events, appointments and more.

Degree Planning Guide

Get the most out of your BA degree: whether you are in U1 or final year, there are various tools for degree planning!

Submit a Question to an ASAP

Our ASAPs (peer advisors) have returned and are ready to support you with all of your questions and concerns!

McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

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