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
As of Fall 2017, there has begun a structural integration of Counselling and Mental Health Services. In order to optimize service delivery to students, all clinicians have become one unit under the name Counselling Services and all psychiatrists have formed a new unit called Psychiatric Services. You can learn more about the restructuring and how services have been affected online.MCGILL COUNSELLING SERVICE
The McGill Counselling Service provides one-on-one short-term counselling to individuals dealing with a wide range of psychological and emotional issues and academic and vocational challenges. Trained and experienced in dealing with the unique difficulties encountered by university students, their professional staff works with each client to alleviate distress, promote self-understanding and develop effective solutions to the obstacles impeding their growth and success. In addition to their regular counselling services they also offer vocational counselling and testing, crisis support, and the opportunity for students to participate in a number of workshops and groups each semester. They also act as a resource for parents, faculty and staff who have concerns about issues that may be affecting their loved ones or students.
Psychiatric Services is available to all full and part-time McGill students who have been referred by a family doctor or another physician and paid Student Services fees. The information shared in Psychiatric Services is strictly confidential and is released only with the student’s written permission or if required by law, as in the case of child abuse or the immediate threat of harm to self or others.
Safety Appointments (Urgent Care) Hours: Monday – Friday, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
*Please note that this service is available daily and is offered on a first come, first served basis
514-398-7878 | mcgill.ca/students/servicepoint | McLennan Library Building (McTavish, street level)MCGILL TUTORIAL SERVICE
514-398-6246 (MAIN) | ssmu.mcgill.ca/nightline/ | 6 PM – 3 AM every night during the school yearSEXUAL ASSAULT CENTRE OF MCGILL STUDENTS’ SOCIETY (SACOMSS)
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 are a great way to make new friends, explore an interest/hobby, pick up a new skill, or just get rid of loneliness. 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
- B.A. Advising – Arts Office of Advising and Student Information Services (Arts OASIS)
514-398-1029 | mcgill.ca/oasis | email@example.com | 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 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 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.