Student Accessibility Services (SAS) provides academic accommodation assistance and related supports to students with disabilities. SAS is available to assist students transitioning from high school, other post-secondary institutions, undergraduate, continuing and graduate students.
The Student Success Centre is responsible for providing various services and support for students and alumni relating to career services, first year orientation, community engagement and leadership, academic support, and offering programs and workshops related to note-taking, exams, writing, and studying.
Student Support and Case Management promotes student rights and responsibilities through the administration of the Student Code of Conduct, Residence Code of Conduct and the Athletic Code of Conduct. The department strives to create and enhance the ethical environment of the campus community, as well as, implement a fair and efficient Student Conduct Process.
The Student Wellness Centre provides a wide range of medical, counselling, and wellness education services to students at McMaster. The department is responsible for ensuring students have the proper information, resources, and care necessary.
The International Student Services Office provides all the necessary information and resources to support students through their visit at McMaster (inbound exchange) or their time away from McMaster (outbound exchange). The department handles questions relating to exchange such as Study Permits, the Exchange Program, and Health Care programs.
Indigenous Student Services provides support and services to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students attending McMaster. The department offers a variety of programs for students such as wellness, academic support, elder-in-residence, and various employment opportunities.