University-led campus support resources

Please note that the following list of resources and services may not be exhaustive, and includes only those led and provided by the University. Members of our community may also find other valuable resources on-campus—such as student societies—and off-campus. Relevant policies can be found on the Secretariat's website


McGill Counselling Services 

Focusing on awareness and prevention with a view to establishing and maintaining wellness, this office also offers mental health Provision of psychology, counselling or therapy services.

All McGill students

Downtown campus: 514-398-3601

Macdonald campus: 514-398-7992

McGill Psychiatric Services

The focuses on psychological well-being and academic success; provides secure, non-judgmental and confidential space to pursue your mental health treatment. 

McGill students who have been referred by a family doctor or another physician


Urgent Safety Appointments, walk-in (Brown Building Suite 5500, West Wing): offered daily on a first-come, first-served basis Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

McGill Student Health Services

Heath services provides quality, comprehensive health care to McGill students. Services are geared towards the unique health needs of students, and are delivered by caregivers sensitive to – and experienced with – their particular health concerns

All McGill students


Hours: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday
Brown Student Services building, 3rd floor
3600 McTavish

Senior Equity & Inclusion Officer

The Senior Equity & Inclusion Officer (SEIO) oversees the integration of equity at the University with the operationalization of McGill’s Policy on Harassment, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prohibited by Law. 

The SEIO will field queries and provides confidential information about resources for addressing incidents of harassment, sexual harassment or discrimination prohibited by law. Where complaints are initiated under the Policy on Harassment, Sexual Harassment or Discrimination are initiated, the SEIO will conduct intake and oversee the referral of this case for investigation to an Assessor appointed under this Policy.

All members of the McGill community: students, staff, faculty

seio [at]

Or directly contact an Assessor under the Policy on Harassment, Sexual Harassment or Discrimination Prohibited by Law 

Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education

The Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education provides confidential, non-judgmental and non-directional support and education to students, faculty and staff of all genders who have been impacted by sexual violence.

All members of the McGill community: students, staff, faculty

svoffice [at]

514-398-3786 or 514-398-4486


The Office of the Ombudsperson for students offers confidential, informal, independent, and impartial dispute resolution services to all members of the student community by providing information, advice, intervention and referrals.

All McGill students

ombudsperson [at]


McGill Security Services & Campus Public Safety

Aside from general campus safety concerns, Security Service is also a site where criminal and emergency situations can be reported. 

All members of the McGill community: students, staff, faculty

514-398-3000 (downtown campus)

514-398-7777 (Macdonald campus)

Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students helps students in difficulty, around academic and non-academic issues. Responsible for overseeing student rights and responsibilities.  The office can provide referrals to other units and campus partners, and guide students to appropriate processes, policies and procedures when dealing with conflictual situations.

All McGill students

deanofstudents [at]


2100 Brown Building

Employee & Family Assistance Program

The Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP), is a confidential counselling service offering short-term counselling (4-6 sessions) and referral services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

McGill employees who are members of the University’s benefits plan, as well as their spouses and dependent children


McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL)

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offers the support of a team of volunteer chaplains and peer liaisons from different traditions, and coordinates events to promote interfaith cooperation and religious literacy. The Office also provides a lounge and meditation/relaxation space at its University Street location where McGill students can take quiet time for reflection, personal mindfulness and spiritual practices, occasional workshops, and opportunities for consultation.

All McGill students

E-mail: morsl [at]
Tel: 514-845-1331
3495 University Street, 2nd Floor (on premises of Presbyterian College)
Montreal, QC
H3A 2A8

Office for Students with Disabilities

The OSD strives to:

  • Facilitate wider access to learning.
  • Promote Universal Design as the model selected to achieve appropriate access for all learners.
  • Support students who feel access remains an issue for them.

All McGill students

Tel: 514-398-6009

Email: disabilities.students [at]

Redpath Library Building, Suite RS56
3459 McTavish Street
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 0C9

Social Equity and Diversity Education Office

The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office provides information, education and training to all areas of the University in order to cultivate a respectful and supportive campus.

By connecting with local organizations, SEDE also provides McGill's students and staff with community-based learning experiences that foster leadership and promote a deeper understanding of diversity.

The entire McGill Community

Email: equity.diversity [at]

3610 Mctavish, Suite 12
Montreal, QC
Canada H3A 1Y2

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