Remote student life
Find resources and information to help you navigate McGill from your living room—whether you're an undergraduate or graduate student, living in Montreal or across the globe.
Updated February 5, 2021
- Visit the Coronavirus website and Operational Status page for up-to-date information about COVID-19 measures and University operations.
- Effective February 8, procedural masks will be required for all students, faculty, staff and visitors entering McGill buildings. The University will provide procedural masks to anyone coming to our campuses. Individuals who would prefer to bring their own procedural masks will be permitted to do so. Learn more and view a list of mask distribution locations here.
- Effective January 7, travellers flying to Canada must present the airline with proof of a negative COVID-19 test to be allowed to board the plane. The test must have been taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to boarding the flight and must be a PCR test. Please consult the Government of Canada website for details.
- Remote or in-person? Closed or open? Track the status of McGill’s operations, including its academic activities, as we respond to government directives to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Coming to campus? Make sure you review the general health guidelines and health guidelines for students first.
- International students with valid documentation can now travel to Canada to study at McGill. You'll still need to self-isolate for 14 days and present a quarantine plan at the border. Learn more here.
- Find all the IT resources you’ll need for your remote semester (and more!) on the IT Services website. Need assistance? Get IT Support.