For over two decades, the Library Improvement Fund (LIF) has invested in the most important Library needs of the undergraduate student body in order to enrich the student academic experience. This fund is administered by the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) and is made up of a fee contribution of $8.50 per full-time student per semester, matched equally by alumni donors. The LIF goes towards 24hr library access, student employment, study spaces, Open Educational Resource Research, and a variety of other special projects.
Don't miss an information session for students interested in applying for a McGill Exchange or an Independent Study Away in Fall 2018 and/or Winter 2019!
Thursday, November 9
Wednesday, November 15
Monday, November 20
Tuesday, November 28
Wednesday, January 10
Thursday, January 11
Friday, January 12
Do you have any questions regarding studying abroad that haven't been answered? Don't miss our Question & Answer sessions with the Study Abroad Advisor and Transfer Credit Coordinator!
If you are a student who is interested in completing an independent study away in Winter 2018, make sure to attend an information session for Winter 2018 independent study away!
Monday, October 23
Thursday, October 26
Location: Leacock 232
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Are you going on a Study Away or Exchange in Winter 2018, Fall 2018 and/or Winter 2019?
Make sure your courses will transfer back to your McGill degree by attending one of our Transfer Credit Information Sessions!
Are you going on Study Away or Exchange in Fall 2018 and/or Winter 2019?
Make sure your courses will transfer back to your McGill degree by attending one of our Transfer Credit Information Sessions.
SKILLS21 is a new skills development program for McGill undergraduate students that includes workshops in five streams: Citizenship, Collaboration, Discovery, Leadership, and Wellbeing.
Gain the skills you need to help you achieve your potential at McGill and beyond. Registration is open September 1-30. Learn more and register today!
SKILLS21 is a new and exciting skills development program for McGill undergraduate students. Providing workshops offered by a wide range of partnering units, SKILLS21 will help you gain the skills you need to reach your full potential at McGill and beyond!
SKILLS21 is a flexible and fully customizable program. Workshops are offered along five streams (Citizenship, Collaboration, Discovery, Leadership, and Wellbeing), and you have the freedom to choose the stream and workshops that interest you, and create your own personalized schedule from the workshop calendar.
The McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) would like to welcome all new students to McGill and welcome back all returning students. Whether you are just starting or finishing up, be sure to take advantage of CaPS in the year ahead. We are here to help you - whether you are trying to find a part-time job, prepare grad school applications, find post-graduation work or find out career possibilities related to your major. Click here for a full listing of programs and services.
A reset of resource account passwords is required before May 24th, 2017. For resource accounts that had their passwords changed on or after March 8th 2017, when the password reset was initiated, a reset is not required.
Update - May 11 at 10:57 am: The issues affecting uPrint have been resolved. You should now be able to print, copy and scan from uPrint machines.
Original announcement- May 11 at 9:33 am: Due to a server connection issue, the uPrint system is currently unavailable. Although you may be able to send jobs to uPrint machines, you will not be able to print, copy or scan using these machines. IT Services is investigating this issue. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Funded by McGill’s Sustainability Project Fund (SPF), The Little Free Library Initiative is looking for a project assistant. As a member of the coordinating committee, you will engage and network with fellow graduate students and faculty at McGill and other Canadian universities to help realize the project.
Health and Social Services Community Leadership Bursary Program: The application period for the 2017-2018 academic year is now open. The deadline for students to submit application forms to community networks is May 12, 2017.
Life AYD is a program which provides workshops, events and other resources to McGill students planning for life post-graduation. It consists of programming throughout the year - giving students multiple opportunities to begin preparing for what's next.
All events are organized in collaboration with Career Planning Service, the McGill Alumni Association, SSMU and Campus Life & Engagement.
Upcoming events include:
Experiential Learning (EL) refers to the active process of learning by doing, in a mindful and intentional manner. According to the Association for Experiential Education, “Experiential Learning occurs when carefully chosen experiences are supported by reflection, critical analysis and syntheses.”
The innovative CaPS ExL Program was created by professional career counsellors and is designed to: