Student Services (Gender, Sexuality, Labour, etc)

 The Union for Gender Empowerment is a trans-positive feminist service of the Student Society of McGill University (SSMU). Their services include an alternative lending library (with over a thousand titles!); a co-op stocking pay-what-you-can ecologically responsible menstrual products, DIY sex toys, safer sex supplies, and gender empowerment items; and a zine library. The UGE also runs trans* 101/allyship and anti-oppression workshops for other organizations and projects, and has a resource binder with information about abortion services, counseling, and queer/trans*-friendly health services in Montreal.

  • Their office and lounge space is located in room 413 of the Shatner University Centre. It is a wheelchair-accessible safe(r) space for people of all genders,

Queer McGill is a non-hierarchical social, political, information and support service for queer students and their allies. Our office is open from Monday to Friday between 10am and 6pm in the Shatner Building (room 432) during the school year. 514-398-2016,,

The Association of McGill University Support Employees (AMUSE)is a labour union that represents ‘casual’ or ‘temporary’ employees at McGill. This includes both students and non-students in part-time and full-time positions. In fact, around 35% of casual employees are non-students. In total, our approximately 1500-strong members make up about 55% of McGill’s non-academic employees.

AGSEM was accredited in 1993 to represent Teaching Assistants at McGill, making us the oldest TA Union in the province. Invigilators joined AGSEM  in 2010 and Course Lecturers in 2011. In the fall of 2013 an AGSEM General Assembly decided that Course Lecturers should have their own autonomous union: MCLIU.

The First Peoples’ House is dedicated to providing support for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students at McGill. Playing many roles, including those of residence, gathering place and resource centre, the First Peoples’ House is first and foremost a community. The First Peoples’ House also plans activities and special events throughout the year, such as the annual Pow Wow, to raise awareness within the McGill and Montreal communities regarding the past, present, and future aspirations of Indigenous peoples. Contact us to find out how you can get involved!

First Peoples’ House
3505 Peel street
Montreal, Quebec H3A 1W7

The Flat is a collective that encourages cycling through the sharing of knowledge and tools. We have everything you need to learn how to fix your bike. All persons and bikes welcome – no experience necessary! We seek to make bicycling more accessible, provide a welcoming environment, minimize our environmental impact, and promote a greater sense of community.

3480 McTavish, SSMU Building B-02,