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Welcome to the Student Success Centre

We engage students and alumni in diverse learning opportunities to support their academic, personal and professional growth.



Employers & Community Partners

International & Exchange Students

What's New

2016 Student Success Centre Survey

Complete the survey and be eligible to win prizes valued at $250

The Student Success Centre is conducting a short 5 minute survey to learn more about the awareness, usage, and overall satisfaction of the services and programs we provide. Results from this survey will help strengthen the experience students and alumni have when interacting with the SSC.

Students and alumni who complete the survey by Wednesday, February 10 will be eligible to enter a draw for prizes valued at $250 in gift cards (including gift cards to Food Basics and the Campus Store). 

Complete the survey

500 Advisors are Waiting to Help Students and New Grads

Evisors is a free online platform that connects McMaster advisors – alumni – and partners with McMaster students and new graduates. You can connect with advisors for career conversations, mock interviews or to have your resume critiqued. Search by years of experience, location, sector, education or keyword to find the advisor for your career questions. Evisors also includes a great library of webinars to help with career development at all stages. Take a few minutes to check it out today and find your advisor!

Applications NOW OPEN for MacServe Engage

Costa Rica | Manitoulin Island | Hamilton

MacServe Engage is a local, national or international experience that occurs in May. Participants gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their communities through service experience, cultural workshops and reflection. MacServe Engage explores the themes of history, culture and community and works closely with community partners in order to provide students with an unforgettable experience. Applications are open on OSCARplus.

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