Even as an experienced McGillian, there may be some hidden gems around campus that you don’t know about. As a Continuing Education student, you may feel disconnected or unsure of what resources and spaces are for you. No worries! We’re here to help orientate you towards relevant MACES, McGill SCS, and McGill University resources. Check out this list and make the most of the rest of the Fall semester and beyond.

MACES Building

MACES resources are YOUR resources! That’s why we’ve put them number one on this list. If you haven’t already, visit 3437 Peel to access computer labs, printing, study areas, a bookable boardroom, and more! Take a look at our website to explore your options.

Legal Information Clinic

Have you checked out the Legal Info Clinic? Need help contesting a grade or navigating internal policies? The Student Advocacy services are for you! It’s available 9 – 5 from Monday to Friday.

SSMU Couch Room

Stressed and in need of a break? Check out the SSMU couch room! It’s a great place to nap or hang out. A well kept secret!

Engage McGill

If you’re looking for a way to fill some extra curricular time, look no further than Engage McGill! Here you’ll find all volunteer opportunities centralized in one website.

Discover the Spiritual Side of Yoga

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Beliefs has some unique programs to take advantage of. The Office has no religious affiliation and all are welcome. If you find yoga classes too based in fitness rather than spirituality, try out their yoga classes.

Free Live Music

Being a McGillian means you are in close proximity to world class musicians! Take advantage of the free concerts on offer.

Amazing Librarians

As a Continuing Studies student you can benefit from McGill libraries! Need help researching for a project? They have your back! Especially if you come from a non-academic background, their services can be indispensable. You can even chat online with librarians from the comfort of your home. 

Buddy Program for International Students

Are you an international student at the School? Check out this program. Get partnered up with a fellow McGillian to orientate yourself to McGill and Montreal. Discover all the hot tips! You can also sign up to be a mentor as well.

Spin Bike Gardens

Feeling sluggish? There are free spin bikes around campus that you can use to get your body moving again. Check out the stations at the Redpath Library, and the McIntyre, Trottier, and Brown buildings.

Career Advising and Transition Services (CATS)

Don’t forget – CATS offers career advising tailored to YOU, a Continuing Studies student. Check out their workshops and advising on their website. You won’t regret it!