You're invited to our Quebec Send-Off!

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A message from Campus Life & Engagement, the one office dedicated to new McGill students. 


Dear Campus Life & Engage, 


Congratulations on your acceptance to McGill University! We are delighted that you have chosen to join us this fall! Now it's time to "Get ready. Get excited. Go!" To kick-off your university experience, the McGill Alumni Association (MAA) and Campus Life & Engagement (CL&E) are bringing a big McGill welcome to your computer screens this summer with our two-part Virtual Send-Off! The send-off consists of two parts over two days: a webinar and then a 5 à 7. 


The first part will take place on Thursday, June 25th, from 5:30pm-6:30pm for you and your parents. We will be hosting a webinar that will feature a panel of McGill parents, current students, and Student Services staff who will share their perspectives on the McGill experience. Come learn and ask questions about how to make the most of your time at McGill, how your parents can support you through your transition to university, and much more!


The second part will take place on Friday, June 26th, from 5pm-7pm and will feature a 5 à 7 networking event designed to connect incoming CEGEP students with current McGill students including Frosh Coordinators. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to connect directly with upperclassman who can provide you with an insider’s take on campus life!


Space is limited; registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. You must be registered at least 24 hours in advance of a session in order to receive the link.



We at are beyond excited to welcome you into the McGill community! We look forward to meeting as many of you as possible!


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact for help.







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