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Transition webinars for incoming international students

May–August 2022

Incoming international students, the Student Success Centre’s International Student Services team is here to support your success. We’re dedicated to helping you transition to university life and get to know your new home. Attend our webinars to meet your community of support and get answers to your questions about studying at McMaster.

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Mac's Money Centre is offering extended tax support in July

July 6, 2022 (Gilmour Hall 110)

Don’t worry if you missed our previous tax support services. We’re offering an additional tax clinic day in July to help you file your return and answer your questions. You can also ask about filing taxes for previous years. This tax clinic is taking place on campus in the Student Success Centre, Gilmour Hall 110.

University Hall

Mac101 is your introduction to university life

July 18–28, 2022

Incoming first-year students, mark your calendars for Mac101! It’s a series of sessions, discussions and activities to ease your transition to university life. Learn about strategies, skills, programs, tools and campus resources to support your success at McMaster. It’s time to start making McMaster memories. Registration is coming soon.

Are you trying to find a job for after you graduate? We can help with that. Check out the Final-Year Recruitment Program for live networking events, tips and more.

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Student Journeys

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5 tips to overcome job search fatigue

Maintaining a healthy balance while searching for new employment can be overwhelming. As a student completing their second post-graduate certificate, working part-time, trying to make time for family, friends and myself, and searching for new job opportunities, trust me when I say I understand the struggle.

Read the Journey about 5 tips to overcome job search fatigue
Rowan Miles, writing contest winner.

“horn of plenty” (2022 Academic Skills Writing Contest)

This written piece was a winning submission (first place) for the 2022 Academic Skills Writing Contest. The 2022 theme was "potential."

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