What is Frosh?
It’s a multi-day event that is a part of Orientation Week at McGill and is mainly comprised of social events. Virtual Frosh will be spread out over four days and consist of pre-recorded events, live-streams, social activities, and challenges to be completed offline, and more!
Frosh is organized by McGill clubs, groups, and faculty/school student associations. The student organizers of Frosh strive to provide McGill's incoming class of students with the safest, most entertaining and most inclusive week possible! Even if you don’t plan on being in Montreal in the Fall, Frosh is a fantastic opportunity to get acquainted with the McGill community.
Virtual Frosh will help you connect with first-year students who are undergoing the same experiences as you, especially in the remote learning environment. Making connections online is no easy feat and Frosh provides a wide-reaching platform for incoming students. It’s also a great chance to connect and receive support from upper-year students.
Faculty Frosh vs. Non-Faculty Frosh
Faculty Frosh is organized by different undergraduate Faculty, departmental, or school student associations, while Non-Faculty Frosh is organized by different interest groups.
For the full list of the froshes you can attend, visit the list of Faculty Froshes and non-Faculty Froshes.