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Student Information

Student Information

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Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student Rights and Responsibilities

The regulations and policies governing student rights and responsibilities at McGill University are published jointly by the Dean of Students’ Office and the Secretariat and can be found at mcgill.ca/secretariat/policies-and-regulations.

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The Student Affairs Office

The Student Affairs Office

The Student Affairs Office, located in Laird Hall, Room 106, provides a wide variety of academic services. These include information about admission (prerequisites and program requirements), transfer credits, Academic Standing, examinations (deferrals, conflicts, rereads), exchange programs, interfaculty transfers, program changes, registration (course change, withdrawals), scholarships (entrance and in-course), second degrees, second majors, minors, study away, and graduation (convocation).

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Student Services

Student Services

Please see University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Student Services > Student Services – Macdonald Campus. Further information is also available on our website: mcgill.ca/macdonald-studentservices.

All eligible McGill students are entitled to use the Student Services located on both causes, regardless of the faculty they are enrolled in.

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Macdonald Campus Residences

Macdonald Campus Residences

Please see University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Residential Facilities > University Residences – Macdonald Campus; mcgill.ca/students/housing/residence-options/macdonald; or email residences.macdonald [at] mcgill.ca.

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Student Life

Student Life

All undergraduate and Farm Management and Technology students are members of the Macdonald Campus Students' Society. The MCSS, through the Students' Council, is involved in numerous campus activities such as social events, academic affairs, and the coordination of clubs and organizations.

The Macdonald Campus Graduate Students' Society (MCGSS) represents graduate students on the Macdonald Campus. MCGSS is part of McGill's Post-Graduate Students' Society (PGSS) which represents all graduate students at McGill.

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Fees

Fees for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Please refer to the Student Accounts website for information and step-by-step instructions regarding fees.

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees

General information on tuition and other fees is found in University Regulations & Resources > Undergraduate > Fees.

Other Expenses

Other Expenses

In addition to tuition fees and the cost of accommodation and meals, you should be prepared to spend a minimum of $1,000 (depending on your program) on prescribed textbooks and classroom supplies. These may be purchased at the MCSS Bookstore in the Centennial Centre.

Uniforms are required for food laboratories. If you are in the B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.) program, you will be advised of the uniform requirements on acceptance or promotion.

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Immunization for Dietetics Majors

Immunization for Dietetics Majors

As a student in the Dietetics Major, you are required to initiate and complete the Compulsory Immunization Program for Health Care Students in Fall of U1, in the NUTR 208 Professional Practice Stage 1A course. Students will meet with our health nurse at the beginning of U1 and should have all previous vaccination records available at that time. Participation in any further Professional Practice (Stage) courses in the Dietetics program will only be permitted if all immunization requirements are complete. Updates to your immunizations may be required during your program. For full details, see mcgill.ca/wellness-hub/access-care/vaccines.

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Language Requirement for Professions

Language Requirement for Professions

Quebec law requires that candidates seeking admission to provincially recognised Quebec professional corporations or Ordres have a working knowledge of the French language, i.e., be able to communicate verbally and in writing in that language. Agrologists, chemists, dietitians, and engineers are among those within this group.

For additional information, see University Regulations and Resources > Undergraduate > Admission to Professional and Graduate Studies > Language Requirements for Professions.

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