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Submitting Legal Documents McGill requires documentation from you to confirm your legal status. The following sections describe the documents needed for your specific situation and how you should proceed. Programs, Courses and University...
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Legal Documents: Why Does McGill Collect Legal Documents from You? Your tuition status at McGill will vary depending on your legal status in Canada. In order for us to determine your appropriate rate of tuition (Quebec, Canadian out-of-province, or...
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Legal Documents: What Documents Does McGill Need from You? Follow the instructions in the first row of this table that apply to you. Send clear, legible copies of documents (not originals). Quebec and Canadian Out-of-Province Students...
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Legal Documents: Has McGill Received Your Documents? Quebec/Canadian/International Fees and Immigration Status Quebec/Canadian/International Fees and Immigration Status Once McGill has received your documents, it usually takes 5-10...
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Legal Documents: What Are the Consequences of Not Providing Your Documents? The deadline to submit documents in support of a change to your tuition status effective for that semester is the last day of classes for that semester (e.g., December 1 for changes to be...
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Legal Documents: Where and How Do I Send My Documents? You must send in all your documents after you have accepted your offer of admission but before the start of classes. Do not send originals. Email clear and legible copies of your documents. Write...
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Graduation In order to graduate, you must complete faculty and program requirements in the program you were admitted to and registered in. It is your responsibility to meet all faculty and program requirements before graduation. At the time of graduation...
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Apply to Graduate Most undergraduate students and non-thesis graduate students (master's, certificates, diplomas) must use Minerva to apply to graduate (go to Student Records > Apply for Graduation for Your Primary Curriculum). It is your responsibility to...
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Graduation Approval Query As a graduating student, you can view the status of your graduation record on Minerva during the Faculty review and approval process (go to Student Records > Graduation Approval Query). The Graduation Approval Query form becomes...
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Replacing a Diploma Required Documents Required Documents Diplomas are normally distributed to new graduates at their Convocation ceremony, in either May or November. Diplomas are not available prior to your Convocation date. Replacing a...
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Aegrotat Standing and Degree at McGill University In rare cases where a student, based on serious medical or similar evidence, is unable to complete their program requirements within a reasonable time, or at all, they may be awarded their degree with Aegrotat...
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Student Health and Health Insurance Learn more about health insurance, your requirements as a student, and services offered for special medical needs in the following sections. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last...
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Health Professions – Immunization Requirement A compulsory immunization program exists at McGill for students in the health science fields (including Dietetics), as well as in the School of Social Work. If you are a new student in those programs, you must complete...
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Health Insurance – International Students International Students (Non-Canadians or Non-Permanent Residents of Canada) By Senate regulation, all international students (full-time, part-time, half-time, Additional Session, Thesis Evaluation,...
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Health Insurance – Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents Canadians residing in Canada All undergraduate and graduate (classed as Canadian full-time or Additional Session, Thesis Evaluation, Non-Thesis Extension, as well as postdoctoral candidates)...
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Special Medical Needs If you have special medical needs, please book an appointment with the Student Wellness Hub to discuss how to manage your health while at McGill. Contact information for the Downtown campus is available at mcgill.ca/wellness-hub/access-care/...
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Facilities Students are expected to treat facilities and services offered at McGill respectfully and responsibly, to benefit all present and future members of the McGill community. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last...
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Proper Use of Computing Facilities You must comply with the Policy on the Responsible use of McGill Information Technology Resources as approved by the University Senate. You can find this policy in the listing of University Policies, Procedures and Guidelines under...
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Non-Smoking Policy Quebec law prohibits smoking in public buildings. Smoking on University Property is permitted only within outdoor Designated Smoking Areas. Smoking is prohibited outside any Designated Smoking Area on University Property. For more information,...
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Policy Concerning Cannabis McGill University has adopted a Policy Concerning Alcohol, Cannabis and Other Drugs. This policy applies to all McGill students, faculty, staff and visitors on the Downtown and Macdonald campuses, the Gault Nature Reserve, and spaces...

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