Not finding what you’re looking for? McGill Human Resources has additional information for retired and former employees. Visit their website >>
McGill offers retirees a range of programs to suit just about any interest. Whether you’re looking to continue your education or connect with your former colleagues, there are many ways to stay engaged with the University.
The Campus Community Committee celebrates all the amazing people who make the University what it is. They host events throughout the year on both the downtown and Macdonald campuses in order to build greater camaraderie among faculty, staff, students, and... retirees! Learn more >>
The James McGill society offers you an opportunity to brush up on the University’s rich history and your knowledge of its many intellectual pioneers, who have changed the world through their powerful ideas and discoveries. Established in 1975, the Society convenes four to five times a year for engaging lectures, receptions and other activities. Learn more >>
As a retired employee of McGill, you don’t have to look far to find exciting learning opportunities. The McGill Community for Lifelong Learning organizes peer-study groups on a range of subjects: literature, art, architecture, science, technology and much more. There are no prerequisites, no exams, no grades – and no age limits. Learn more >>
The McGill Association of University Teachers (MAUT) regularly hosts events to help retired McGill academics keep in touch with one another and take part in social, recreational and educational activities. Retired McGill managers are welcome to participate in events and are encouraged to call 514-398-3942 to be added to our mailing list.
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Launched by McGill’s School of Continuing Studies, PACE: Personal and Cultural Enrichment provides the Montreal community with stimulating and culturally engaging lectures and workshops. PACE events showcase arts and culture, social issues, personal and professional development, and life transitions. Admission is free. Learn more >>
Our University was founded in 1821 with a bequest from the estate of Montreal merchant James McGill. With a little planning, you can create your own extraordinary legacy by making a philanthropic gift to McGill that will have an impact on future generations. There are many flexible, convenient ways to make a planned gift, and McGill’s Bequests and Planned Gifts team is ready to help you achieve your long-term philanthropic vision. Learn more >>