Programs, Courses and University Regulations
You may refer to this website which describes McGill's programs, courses, regulations, and other important information for 2013-2014. Please note that program requirements may vary from department to department. If you are unsure of your department’s specific requirements, it is best to speak with your Graduate Program Director or Graduate Program Coordinator / Secretary. If your department does not have a graduate program director, you should speak to your department chair.
The Green Book: Student Rights & Responsibilities
The Handbook on Student Rights and Responsibilities, also known as The Green Book, outlines your rights and responsibilities as a student at McGill. Inside you’ll find the Code of Student Conduct, the Charter of Student Rights, the Code of Student Grievance Procedures, and other policies and codes that pertain to students. Hard copies of The Green Book can be obtained on the fourth floor of Thomson House or you can download a PDF version here.
Harassment and Discrimination Policy
McGill University recognizes that harassment, sexual harassment and discrimination are prohibited by law, and strives to provide a work place and learning environment free from harassment and discrimination. To learn about your rights, download the policy on harassment and discrimination here.