Resources Directory (compiled by the Office of the Dean of Students): mcgill.ca/students/directory
Hotlines (bilingual and available 24/7)
|Info Santé and Info Social
(Info Santé) For consultation on healthcare related problems with a nurse
(Info Social) For consultation on psychosocial problems with a social worker
|Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montréal
For information about social security, health, employment, welfare, recreation, etc.
For loneliness, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, addiction, violence, grief, etc.
|Suicide Action Montreal
For those who are thinking of suicide, concerned friends/family, or anyone affected by suicide
|TRACOM Centre for Crisis Intervention
Offers 24/7 crisis line, temporary housing, follow-up, and crisis intervention
|Drugs: Help and Referral||514-527-2626|
|Montreal Sexual Assault Centre
For survivors, friends/family of survivors, and those in doubt who need consultation
Other Active Listening Resources
Vent Over Tea: Need to get something off your chest? Vent Over Tea is here to help. It is a free active listening service that provides you undivided attention without any judgment or reaction. They are here simply to listen to you. (currently operating on Skype or phone call)
Campus ResourcesStudent Wellness Hub
The McGill Student Wellness Hub provides physical and mental health services. Their team includes doctors (general practitioners), nurses, psychiatrists, counsellors, social workers, and dietitians, as well as health promotion and outreach staff. Some examples of services you can receive include: care for anxiety and depression, diagnosis of mental illnesses, prescription renewals, STI testing, information and guidance for dietary choices, and referrals.
The Hub is open Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4pm.
Urgent Care: Drop-ins (same-day appointments) begin being processed at 8 a.m. Please go in person to the Wellness Hub on the third floor of the Brown Building, 3600 McTavish. Students can check into the kiosk beginning at 7 a.m.
Meet with a Professional: Whether you’re looking for care related to mental or physical health, you can book an appointment with a professional by calling 514-398-6017 (Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 3 pm), or by visiting the Hub in person (Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 4 pm).
514-398-6017 | mcgill.ca/wellness-hub | firstname.lastname@example.org | Brown Building Third FloorOffice for Students with Disabilities (OSD)
514-398-6009 | mcgill.ca/osd | email@example.com | Redpath Library Building RS56Scholarship and Student Aid Office (SSAO)
514-398-6013 | mcgill.ca/studentaid | firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com | Brown Building 3200Service Point
514-398-7878 | mcgill.ca/students/servicepoint | McLennan Library Building (McTavish, street level)McGill Tutorial Service
514-398-5816 | mcgill.ca/tutoring | firstname.lastname@example.org | Brown Building 4200International Student Services (ISS)
514-398-4349 | mcgill.ca/internationalstudents | email@example.com | Brown Building 4400
514-398-6246 | ssmu.mcgill.ca/nightline/ | 6 PM – 3 AM every night during the school yearSexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students' Society (SACOMSS)
514-398-8500 | sacomss.org | firstname.lastname@example.org | SSMU Building B-27
SSMU Clubs Listings
If you’re interested in learning more about the available clubs and student organizations on campus, take a look at the SSMU Clubs Listings. These clubs are a great way to make new friends, explore hobbies, learn new skills, or to get involved at McGill. Visit the club’s Facebook page or website to learn about what they do, or about upcoming events.Club categories (click on a category to see the list)
- Athletic and Recreational Sports Clubs
- Charity and Environment Clubs
- Community Outreach and Volunteering Clubs
- Fine Art, Dance, and Performance Clubs
- Health and Wellness Clubs
- Language and Publications
- Leisure Activity and Hobby Clubs
- Networking and Leadership Development Clubs
- Political and Social Activism Clubs
- Religion and Culture Clubs
Academic and Advising ResourcesKnow Your Student Rights
ssmu.ca/studentrights | email@example.comList of all Departmental Advising Offices
mcgill.ca/students/advising/advisordirectoryFaculty Advising Offices
- B.A. Advising – Arts Office of Advising and Student Information Services (Arts OASIS)
514-398-1029 | mcgill.ca/oasis | firstname.lastname@example.org | Dawson Hall 110
Drop-in advising: Monday to Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM (first come first serve), appointments available via email or phone. For a list of departmental advisors, consult this list: mcgill.ca/oasis/resources/departmental-academic-advisers.
- B.Sc. Advising – Science Office for Undergraduate Student Advising (SOUSA)
514-398-5442 | mcgill.ca/science/student | email@example.com | Dawson Hall 405
Each Science student is assigned an Academic Advisor. Drop-in advising: Monday to Friday, 9 AM – 4:30 PM, appointments available via email. For a list of departmental advisors, consult this list: mcgill.ca/science/student/newstudents/u1/adviser.
- B.Eng. Advising – Engineering Advising – McGill Engineering Student Centre (MESC)
514-398-7257 | mcgill.ca/engineering/current-students/undergraduate/mesc | Adams Building 22
Drop-in advising: Monday to Friday, 10 AM – 12 PM. By appointment: Monday to Friday, 2 PM – 4 PM. For a list of departmental advisors, consult this list: mcgill.ca/engineering/current-students/undergraduate/advising-programs/advising-peer-tutoring/advising.
- B.Com. Advising – Desautels Faculty of Management Student Affairs Office (SAO)
514-398-4068 | mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/book-advising-appointment | Bronfman Building 110
Most questions can be answered by dropping in to the office reception or by calling the number above. To book an appointment, go to the link above and fill out the online form. To email an advisor directly, consult this list: mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/contact-us.
- Graduate Studies – Advising
mcgill.ca/gps/contact/graduate-program | James Administration Building 400
Students should contact their department’s representative as listed on the page linked above.
Not sure where to go?
Come drop by the Peer Support Centre! We’d be glad to help you talk it out.