What's Happening at the SSC this March? Banner includes four leaf clovers.

Uncover opportunities, gain support, and grow your networks at our events.

Mac's Money Centre logo with a photo of the McMaster arch, students drinking coffee, and students networking.

Get money back by doing your taxes this March or April.

Clinics throughout March and April
Various locations

For many students, doing your taxes often results in getting money back. Take advantage of Mac’s Money Centre’s tax services:

  1. Get your personal taxes prepared by a trained Tax Volunteer
    Visit our tax clinics in Gilmour Hall 110 (Student Success Centre) and have your tax return prepared for free by a trained tax volunteer. There are four clinic dates available in March and April. Book on OSCARplus.
  1. Attend a Do-It Yourself Drop-In Tax Clinic
    Want to take control of your finances? Interested in learning how to prepare your own tax return? Mac’s Money Centre is holding DIY Tax Clinics, where tax volunteers will assist you with using the free Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) tax software to file your taxes electronically. There are three dates available in March and April. Book on OSCARplus.

Photo of Hamilton Employment Crawl, which includes an air shot of Hamilton.

Explore opportunities at the Hamilton Employment Crawl.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Various locations

Visit a number of exciting and innovative businesses by attending the Hamilton Employment Crawl. You will have an opportunity to learn about the organizations, check out their offices, and talk to employees. You will also get to experience what makes Hamilton such a great place to live, work and play.

More information will be posted here in mid-March.

The Hungry Games: Food for Thought poster. The background has different ingredients on a table, including flour and beans. There is a caption at the bottom that says: A Battle of the McMaster chefs.

The Hungry Games – Food for Thought

Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Celebration Hall

Join us for an interactive culinary showdown where some of McMaster’s top chefs will demonstrate their skills to find out who’s got the best ‘chops’! Hosted by Liana Bontempo, Registered Dietitian within Hospitality Services, students will learn about foods that can help power your brain and boost memory. Perfectly timed with exams only a few days away, McMaster’s award-winning hospitality team will be providing samples of the food for attendees.

Audience members will have a chance to ask the chefs and McMaster’s registered dietician any questions about how food can help with improving memory. In addition, guests will vote on their favourite dish to help crown the winner of The Hungry Games.

Rise and Shine SSC Academics Study Session. Two study sessions happening on April 10. The design includes a photo of a sun and moon.

Rise and Shine SSC Academics Study Session

Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 11:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
TwelvEighty

Are you ‘eggs’-austed from this semester? You ‘butter’ believe we have something planned to brighten your day. Start off your exam season right and join us in TwelvEighty for a free hot breakfast, coffee and a place to study. Jill and Jenna will be available to answer any questions.

Food will be served at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Pre-register on OSCARplus to ensure you receive a free hot breakfast.