Student Services

What is the SSMU and how do they represent me?

SSMU stands for the Students’ Society of McGill University. They are our university-wide student union. Every undergraduate at McGill is a member of the SSMU.  They are here to speak out for us, advocate for our interests, and provide services. 

http://ssmu.mcgill.ca/

What services are available to me as a McGill student?

http://www.mcgill.ca/studentservices/

 

What student run services are available?

http://ssmu.mcgill.ca/clubs-services/active-student-groups/listing/

 

What student run clubs and organizations exist at McGill?

http://ssmu.mcgill.ca/clubs-services/active-student-groups/clubs/

How do I get in touch with service point?

https://www.mcgill.ca/students/servicepoint/contact-us

 

What can the McGill Student Health Service do for me?

The clinic offers appointments for general check-ups, prescription renewals, STI testing, PAP smears, referrals, third party-physicals, and immunizations. The clinic also offers an urgent care walk-in clinic for students who need to be seen ASAP. If you are seeking a medical note for a missed exam, assignment, or class, refer to Medical Notes & Records.

The clinic can be used by all registered McGill students who have paid the Student Services fee.

 

Here is their contact information:

Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish
Suite 3300

514-398-6017

http://www.mcgill.ca/studenthealth/

 

What can the McGill Counselling and Mental Health Service do for me?

The focus of their service is to enable students to achieve psychological well-being and academic success. Their clinic consists of a team of psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists who are all available by appointment. 

The clinic can be used by all registered McGill students who have paid the Student Services fee.

Here is their contact information:

Brown Student Services Building

3600 McTavish
Suites 4200 and 5500

Tel: 514-398-6019 / 514-398-3601

http://www.mcgillmentalhealthhub.ca/

What service does the Peer Support Center (PSC) provide?

Located in Room 411 in the SSMU building, the PSC is staffed by friendly and trained student peer supporters. They provide a confidential, non-judgmental, and welcoming space where you can share experiences, feel listened to, and find ways to resolve the things you are going through.

Drop-in or make an appointment to chat one-on-one with a supporter.

http://ssmu.mcgill.ca/psc/

 

What service does the McGill Student Night Line provide?

McGill Students’ Nightline is a confidential, anonymous and non-judgmental listening service, run by McGill students, providing the community with a variety of support. This includes anything from information to crisis management and referrals.

(514) 398-6246

http://ssmu.mcgill.ca/nightline/

 

What services do the Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students Society provide?

The Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students' Society (SACOMSS) is a volunteer-run organization committed to supporting survivors of sexual assault and their allies.

Their services include Drop-In and Line (DIAL), Support Groups, Advocacy, and Outreach. They also offer sexual assault sensitivity training to McGill and Montreal groups, provide information and referrals, and organize events to raise awareness about sexual assault.

For their support line dial (514) 398-8500 and for drop in hours, visit http://sacomss.org/

What service does the Legal Advice Clinic provide?

This is a student run service that provides legal information to McGill students, and puts emphasis on aiding marginalized groups.

To contact them, see their opening hours, or learn more, click here

http://licm.mcgill.ca/legal-clinic-contact/