The McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is always open to students, visitors, and newcomers alike. If you drop into our downtown space, the first faces you'll see are Josee, our Senior Administrative Coordinator, and Carlene: the MORSL Director!
McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
2nd Floor, Presbyterian College
3495 University Street
Lounge and Meditation Room Hours:
Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm (during fall and winter semesters). Closed May through August.
Email us at morsl [at] mcgill.ca or phone our main line at 514-845-1331
Ms. Carlene Gardner: carlene.gardner [at] mcgill.ca 514-849-6565
Senior Administrative Coordinator:
Ms. Josee DiSano: josee.disano [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Email%20from%20MORSL%20website) 514-845-1331
Our Team of Faith Volunteers
MORSL is blessed to have a wide variety of faith volunteers who work to serve a diverse student population. Click here for our team directory.
The accessible entrance to the McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL) is through the private residences located within the Presbyterian College. To use it, visitors requiring an accessible entrance first need to contact us.
The ramp to the accessible access is located on the south side of Milton Street near University Street. Be mindful that the ramp currently has a threshold of approximately 2 inches and that one of its portions is steep.
The MORSL staff accompanying you will lead you through a locked door to an elevator (3 x 5 feet) to the second floor. We will then accompany you through the residences and various locked doors to our office.
Should you wish to use the stairs, please note that our office is located on the second floor. To visit us, you must first climb seven (7) steps to the entrance of the building; once inside, turn to the left and follow the corridor to the stairs. They will lead you to the second floor. After you have gone through the door at the end of the staircase, our office is the second door on the left. Should heavy doors cause a barrier, please do not hesitate to contact us, as the door leading to the second floor is heavy.