Find your place within Concordia’s diverse and vibrant community and beyond.
Black Perspectives Office
The Black Perspectives Office is dedicated to fostering Black students' full engagement, access, and sense of belonging at Concordia. We offer resources, services, and programming for Concordia students from Black commmunities, and we bridge access with internal units and external organizations that can support Black student success and wellness.
Concordia Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre (MFSC)
The Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre is a home for all those who wish to celebrate the human spirit in the widest sense of the word. We are open to all students whether spiritual, secular or religious. We also provide a listening ear for spiritual or holistic personal concerns in order to help guide you towards making healthy choices. Our approach is pluralistic, accepting and energizing, and we encourage you to live with integrity and authenticity.
The Concordia University Student Parent Centre is a resource for all students who are parents to develop a support network. Not only do we offer a variety of programs for parents, we also offer many for children as well. Join our community and we will help you achieve your academic goals.
The Centre for Gender Advocacy is an independent, student-funded Concordia University organization, mandated to promote gender equality and empowerment particularly as it relates to marginalized communities. We work in support and solidarity with broader social movements as well as promote gender self-determination, bodily sovereignty and self-love.
Homeroom is a program open to all first-year undergraduate students. Through facilitated virtual experiences, you will meet and bond with other new Concordia students and learn how to navigate the university experience together. In weekly Homerooms led by upper-year students, you’ll discuss a wide array of must-know topics that will help ease the transition to Concordia all while meeting new people and allowing you to co-develop new skills that will propel you through your first year of university and beyond.
Concordia offers support in times of need. The university is committed to acting with respect, sensitivity and compassion in helping its community members to navigate these difficult times, and has a wide range of support resources available.
Connect with the ISO to build community at Concordia, with specialized support for your needs as an international student. The ISO hosts workshops and events and provides information and guidance regarding immigration issues, documents, insurance and more.
The LIVE Centre is Concordia's volunteer resource centre. We are here to support you whether you are looking to engage in your community, on campus or in the larger Montreal community. We provide consultation services in order to explore volunteer opportunities that align with your interests as well as organize group volunteering opportunities, workshops and other events throughout the year.
The Otsenhákta Student Centre (formerly known as the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre), is your space where you will discover a community within the university. We are a resource for all Indigenous students and are here to assist you throughout your academic journey by providing services and events.
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) provides confidential and non-judgmental support and services to Concordia University students, staff and faculty who have been affected by sexual violence. Through education and raising awareness we are committed to preventing sexual violence on campus and beyond.
There are many student groups to explore at Concordia which include cultural, religious, social and academic groups. Joining a student group is a great way to get involved in university life, meet your peers and to be part of a community who share the same interests.
The Welcome Crew is made up of student mentors who are here to help you successfully transition into your first year at Concordia. Whether you have questions about registering for courses, Orientation, how to make friends at university or what the COVID-19 campus closures mean for you — the mentors have you covered!
Offers rapid information in the Greater Montreal Area on community resources including social security, health, employment, welfare, and recreation. Information is available in over 200 languages. Services are available by phone (dial 2-1-1) every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and in an online directory.