Important information regarding Fall 2021 make up days & class schedule adjustments

Instructors and students are being asked to verify the lecture/activity dates for their courses in Minerva, particularly if their course is one that requires a makeup day lecture

McGill Enrolment Services is reminding students and instructors the time to verify their respective Fall 2021 schedules is now.

The Minerva Class Schedule has been updated to display the actual last day for each standard schedule pattern (M, TR, MWF, etc.) as well as the “make up days” — when necessary — to ensure all standard schedule patterns contain the required 39 contact hours in the Class Schedule.

Instructors and students are being asked to verify the lecture/activity dates for their courses in Minerva, particularly if their course is one that requires a makeup day lecture. The makeup days for Fall 2021 are Thursday, Oct. 14 and Friday, Oct. 15.

  • The Thanksgiving holiday will be on Monday, Oct. 11. As such, the University will be closed, and all course activities are cancelled.
  • The Fall Reading Break will be from Tuesday, Oct. 12 to Wednesday, Oct. 13. As such, all course activities will be canceled for most students.
  • On Thursday, Oct. 14, the regular Thursday schedule of course lectures, labs, and conferences will be replaced by a Monday schedule.
  • On Friday, Oct. 15, the regular Friday schedule of course lectures, labs, and conferences will be replaced by a Tuesday schedule.

People who are unsure whether their course requires a makeup day lecture should refer to the Minerva Class Schedule to view their course section dates.

Further information is available on the Key Academic Dates website for Fall 2021. The table with dates for each schedule pattern has also been included below.

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