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COVID-19 Emergency Grant Application 

This form is for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education who require emergency financial relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Filling out this form does not guarantee financial support. EdUS will review your request and contact you when a decision has been made as to whether or not funds will be disbursed to you. If we are unable to provide financial support, we will direct you to a variety of alternative resources that may be of assistance.


The following information is from the Faculty of Education COVID-19 FAQs webpage

Updated January 13, 2022.

The information on the Faculty of Education’s COVID-19 FAQs webpage has been updated with information pertinent to McGill Education community members. In addition to the information found on this page, students, faculty, and staff should:

  • Know what to do if you have COVID symptoms or a positive COVID test

  • Consult McGill's COVID/Return to Campus Site (including lists of essential information and recent announcements and review McGill's COVID-19 Situation Dashboard for an up-to-date overview

  • See the overview of what's open and what's allowed, please see McGill’s operational status webpage.

  • Obtain free rapid tests, as needed, from your local pharmacy (with the presentation of a Medicare card). 

  • Book your COVID vaccine or booster shot at Quebec's ClicSanté website. COVID screening tests are also available.

  • Request a Safe Passage letter, if needed. Personnel who need to obtain a Safe Passage Letter during the Quebec Curfew Period (10:00 PM to 5:00 AM), should email Allyson Noftall, Senior Advisor to the Dean.

  • Be aware of McGill's vaccine passport protocols. Be reminded that McGill personnel (staff, faculty, students) are not permitted to ask anyone about their vaccination status. This is considered private medical information and thus cannot be requested.

  • For travel, please familiarize yourself with the Canadian Government's entry requirements for entry/re-entry into Canada as well as any federal guidelines/restrictions for international travel. Read McGill's Guidelines for Travel with regard to University-sponsored travel or international activities.

  • Explore the mental health services available to the McGill Community, as needed.

  • NOTE: COVID health and safety protocols are subject to change based on government directives for public health and McGill-established regulations.


If you are coming to campus, you must:

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