All Student Services units will be closed on Tuesday May 14th, 2019 from 9am to 1pm, with the exception of McGill's Office for Students with Disabilities - OSD Exam Centre and psychiatrist appointments. There will be no Safety Appointments with psychiatrists. If you have a pre-booked appointment, please wait in the waiting room and your psychiatrist (or another team member) will greet you when it is your turn to be seen.
Looking for a relaxing activity to help you unwind? Help us make the Brown Building green! Take a break, sow some seeds, and learn about accessible, sustainable food production.
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The Virtual Student Wellness Hub is your new one-stop shop for all things health and wellness. The site brings together information on McGill’s clinic, counsellors and psychiatrists along with mental health tips and resources.
McGill University wants to hear students’ experiences and opinions on a variety of health and wellness topics, including sexual health, substance use, nutrition, and mental health. We're launching two well-being surveys in the month of March to collect student feedback and better shape our future services and programming.
The McGill Students’ Chapter of Jack.org is in the process of completing a Campus Assessment in order to analyze what support exists for mental health on campus, what might be lacking, and what changes they can advocate for.
The McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will remain open throughout Reading Week, but on a slightly modified schedule. From Monday, March 4 - Friday, March 8, the opening hours are from 11:00AM - 3:00PM.
The burst pipe at the Presbyterian College has been fixed and The McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL) has re-opened.
The McGill Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL) is temporarily closed due to a burst pipe. The issue is being resolved and an update about MORSL's re-opening will be provided as soon as one is available.
Student Services will be closed for the Holiday break from December 24, 2018 - January 2, 2019. If you're in Montreal during the Holiday break, familiarize yourself with the following important resources:
If you're in Montreal over the holidays, and you're looking for fun, affordable (or even free!) activities to keep you busy, The Frugal Scholar has compiled a handy list for you!
Jan 28 to Feb 1, 2019 is the first ever Well Week at McGill!
Are you interested in facilitating a healthy living or self-care activity? This is your chance to develop wellness programming for students.
Feeling stressed about exams? Looking for some activities to help bring some calm back into your day? We have just the thing to help!
From December 6th to 20th, there will be a variety of offerings to get you through exam season.
The week aims not only to raise awareness around mental health issues but also around all types of wellness, be it mental, physical, emotional, academic, financial, career, spiritual or social.During Well Week, we’ll also celebrate Bell Let’s Talk Day on January 30th to raise funds for mental health initiatives.
All Student Services' units will close at 3:30pm on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018.
Please note, Psychiatric Services will close its doors at 3:30pm, but will honor any appointments scheduled after 3:30pm. If you have an appointment, please wait in the waiting room just outside of Psychiatric Services near the elevators. Your psychiatrist will greet you when it is your turn to be seen.