Current Students

Note: DO NOT use the Degree Evaluation on Minerva or the myProgress tool to confirm your program or degree requirements. You must confirm that you have completed your program requirements with your departmental program advisors. OASIS advisors cannot answer questions regarding myProgress audit sheets. 

You can enhance your university experience by making the most of the various opportunities here to help you further your academic, professional and personal development. There are numerous resources at McGill to help you get to know yourself better, and to develop your knowledge, skills, interests, and values.

Co-curricular involvement (such as studying abroad, participating in an internship, joining a club) provides you with experiential opportunities to develop your transferable skills around working in teams, exercising leadership, or taking initiative. Whether your plan is graduate school, the workforce, or both, the resources below can help you get the most out of your degree, engage with the McGill community, and maintain a healthy life/work balance during your undergrad!

Dawson Hall on a summer day

Academic Advising

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Degree Planning

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Co-Curricular Engagement

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