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Student Records You are responsible for verifying your student records and progress throughout your academic career. The following sections describe a few useful tools to help you stay on track. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—...
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Grading and Grade Point Averages (GPA) Classification of Grades: Courses can be graded either by letter grades or in percentages, but the official grade in each course is the letter grade. Where appropriate, a class average appears on transcripts expressed as the...
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Grading and Grade Point Averages (GPA): Unexcused Absences All students who miss a final exam or do not complete other final work in a course are given a J grade. You then have the following options: Ask to be assigned a grade based only on the grades...
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Transcript of Academic Record The proceeding sections contain information on transcripts and other details regarding academic records. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Apr. 1, 2021) (disclaimer...
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Policy Concerning Access to Records The University sends statements of account and all other correspondence directly to students. You retain full control over who has access to your records or accounts; however, officers and members of the University staff...
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Transcript of Academic Record: General Information A McGill transcript includes all attempted work and final grades obtained in any and all programs. The University does not issue partial transcripts under any circumstances. The University issues official...
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Transcript of Academic Record: Unofficial Transcripts If you require a copy of your student record, access Minerva (mcgill.ca/minerva) to view and print an unofficial transcript. This applies to records from 1976 to the present. For pre-1976 records, your...
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Verification of Student Records: Unofficial Transcripts Subject to Changes to Student Records after Normal Deadlines, you are responsible for verifying your academic record on Minerva using the unofficial transcript to ensure that you are registered in the...
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Transcript of Academic Record: Official Transcripts For more information on transcripts, applicable costs, delivery method, and processing time, see mcgill.ca/student-records/transcripts. Currently Registered Students: Use Minerva to order an official transcript...
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Transcript of Academic Record: Course Numbering on the Transcript Prior to September 2002, course numbers had seven-character designations beginning with a three-number code indicating the teaching unit/department. The next three digits specified the course,...
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Verification of Student Records: Degree Evaluation Degree Evaluation is a Minerva tool to help students and advisers compare the student's academic record with the requirements of a specific program. If you have access to Degree Evaluation on Minerva under the...
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Changes to Student Records after Normal Deadlines Student Record Changes Student Record Changes Student record changes include the following: course add or course drop, course withdrawal, university withdrawal, program change (including...
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Regulations Concerning Theses Thesis Regulations Thesis Regulations A thesis is a scholarly work requiring discussion of methodology, conclusions, and significance of the research beyond what might be expected for manuscripts for...
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Academic Integrity Before submitting work in your courses, you must understand the meaning and consequences of plagiarism and cheating, which are serious academic offences. Inform yourself about what might be considered plagiarism in an essay or term paper by...
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Identification and Personal Information The following sections include information regarding McGill ID cards, updating your personal information, and more. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Aug. 26, 2021) (...
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Identification (ID) Cards As a student registered at McGill, you are required to present an ID card to: write examinations; use libraries and student services, including certain laboratories; access residence buildings; access meal plans; access...
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Legal Name Your legal name is the name that will appear on your degree, diploma, or certificate upon graduation, and on your e-bills, tax receipts, and official transcript. It is also used by the Government of Quebec to create a Permanent Code. After...
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Preferred First Name Your preferred first name is a name by which you are normally addressed, and is different from your legal first name. The Preferred First Name Procedure enables students to use an alternate preferred first name for certain purposes while...
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Verification of Name You should verify the accuracy of your name on McGill's student records via Minerva (mcgill.ca/minerva). To do this, go to Personal Menu > Name Change, where you can make minor corrections such as changing case (upper/lower), adding...
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Updating Personal Information It is important to keep your McGill records up to date with your personal information, especially your mailing or billing address, as these are used by the University year-round. You must update your address(es) and/or...

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