Your success is at the core of the services and programs offered by the Student Success Centre at McMaster University. Our long-standing commitment will support you from the time you accept your offer of admission up to five years after graduation in the areas of student orientation, academic skills, leadership, service-learning, volunteerism, educational planning, employment and career transition.
Winter Wonderland: Tickets on Sale Now
International Students are invited to an evening of delicious food, great performances, dancing and holiday cheer! Winter Wonderland will be taking place on December 5 from 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. Tickets are available for purchase in GH110 and are $20 each. For more information, visit the ISS website
Launch of the 3rd Annual Writing Contest!
In honour of National Novel Writing Month
(NaNoWriMo) and Financial Literacy Month
, the Student Success Centre is excited to launch our third annual writing contest! This year's theme is money
. Prizes to be awarded included, a Kobo e-Reader, two grand prizes of $500, and $100 gift cards to the Campus Store. The contest closes on November 30. Check out more details
about the writing contest and the writing support services offered by the SSC.
Come and craft with us! Bring your holiday cheer.
Friday, November 27 | 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. | CIBC Hall
It's the most wonderful (and expensive) time of the year, which means our wallets are about to get a little tighter. Take a break from studying and save your wallet from stretching by joining us at our DIY Holiday Crafting
event. Make a gift for a friend or family member this holiday season! No registration required. Enjoy free hot chocolate, a candy bar, and hand-make crafts.
Water Cooler Gossip: What happens at the water cooler, ends up on a blog
A new student-run blog has just launched. The blog, Water Cooler Gossip
, will provide information, advice and tips to undergraduate students as they navigate their way through university before moving on to further education or the job market. Written by a fourth-year Social Sciences student, the blog will be your link to student life and offer honest and helpful advice based on personal experiences, GIF's, and advice commonly heard around the office water cooler.