January 10, 2017
Water main breaks affecting Stearn Drive and water use in some campus buildingsread more
January 6, 2017
Review the "Flu Facts"read more
December 21, 2016
Your actions help to reduce energy consumption over holidaysread more
November 25, 2016
Read more on actions you can take to prevent a slip and fall this winter seasonread more
Nov 1, 2016
McMaster University invites all McMaster faculty and staff to attend the annual Holiday Open House events on Monday December 5 (OJN) or Wednesday December 7 (CIBC Hall). Please bring a donation for Hamilton Food Share.See event flyer
Oct 4, 2016
McMaster's Take Our Kids To Work Day Committee invites McMaster faculty, staff, and their Grade 9 student guests to the annual Take Our Kids To Work Day event.read more
Oct 4, 2016
Join us for this year's financial forum to gain insights on key university initiatives, Mosaic tips and tricks and updates on the Budget Model and the budget process.read more
Sept 1, 2016
McMaster will test its emergency notification systems September 6 just after noon.
Alarms may be audible to local residents and businesses, however no action is required and campus activity should proceed as normal.read more
June 6,2016All Faculty and Staff are invited to attend the Annual Summer Ice Cream Socials. Two events will be held this year.
Come join your colleagues for a little sunshine and some iced treats.
April 18,2016Beginning this spring McMaster will take steps to improve the security of MAC ID passwords. Specifically, faculty and staff who have a password which is more than a year old will be required to change their password. Henceforth, MAC ID passwords will expire automatically annually. Passwords which are more than a year old will begin expiring in June. The backlog of expiries will be randomly spread through June and July to ease the transition. read more
April 18,2016Stop by the Campus Store April 18th to 23rd for McMaster Employee Appreciation Week. All McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences employees receive a 20% discount in store, with presentation of their staff ID. See link for restrictions. read more
April 15,2016Flags are at half mast today for Linda Timmins, a long time employee in Financial Affairs. A funeral service will be held on Saturday. read more
Date,2016Beginning on April 4, the Student Accounts and Cashiering office located in Gilmour Hall 209 will have revised office hours for both students and departments seeking assistance. read more
March 10, 2016In order to improve service and to ensure you don't have these problems going forward, all parking permit holders with existing 3M transponder will soon receive a new transponder; there is no charge to the parking permit holder for this exchange. read more
January 28,2016McMaster and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2 have reached a tentative agreement. The SEIU represents 169 hospitality employees at McMaster. read more
January 21, 2016McMaster's IT Services Review Committee launches a webpage to communicate with the Campus Community. read more
January 7,2016Please join us at one of three Workshop Sessions on January 14, 2016 read more
January 5, 2016It's important to have a plan and to be prepared for the outdoor conditions in order to prevent slips and falls. read more
December 18, 2015Hamilton's police chief Glenn De Caire is McMaster's next Director of Security and Parking. read more
December 17, 2015Wanda McKenna has been appointed Assistant Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer. read more
December 2,2015In order to gain insight and feedback from the community, campus and off-campus visioning stations are being held. These stations will address key themes: off-campus buildings and sites; west campus; campus entrance and identity; Main Street revitalization; access and circulation (including the B-Line LRT); new buildings; pedestrians and cyclists; and campus landscaping. read more
November 20, 2015"This is a wonderful honour and a great acknowledgment of the strength of the McMaster community," says president Patrick Deane. "Our people are truly our greatest asset – they are the reason for the University's success." read more
November 27,2015Construction of the Hatch Centre, adjacent to the John Hodgins Engineering Building, will impact pedestrian and vehicular traffic on College Crescent. The existing crosswalks on College Crescent will be removed and temporary crosswalks will be placed for pedestrian safety. read more
November 13,2015The University will continue its commitment to copyright compliance, which is an ongoing legal duty and an integral component of academic integrity. Over the coming weeks, more information will be released around newly developed internal resources which will become available to assist staff and faculty with clearing necessary copyright permissions. read more
November 13, 2015Part of the Campus Store mission is enhance and build connections between McMaster and the Community, enhancing school spirit and building relationships with partners on campus are two ways that the Campus Store contributes to strengthening this commitment. read more
November 3, 2015|
Please bring a donation for Hamilton Food Share. Every dollar you donate provides $5 worth of food.
Non-perishable food items are also accepted.
November 3, 2015| Daily News
McMaster's annual Remembrance Day service will be held Nov. 11 at 10:45 a.m.
The ceremony will take place in Convocation Hall (University Hall Room 213).
The service is open to all members of the McMaster community.
October 20, 2015 Daily NewsThe McMaster Children's Party Committee, in partnership with Human Resources Services, is pleased to announce that the 20th annual McMaster Children's Party will take place Saturday, Nov. 28.
October 20, 2015
October 18, 2015
August 12, 2014 | Council of Ontario Universities
From bike-share programs to solar-powered cars and green revolving funds, universities are making significant strides towards greening their campuses, concludes the Council of Ontario Universities’ fifth annual report on the sector's environmental footprint.
August 7, 2014 | McMaster Daily News
The University and Building Union of Canada met with a provincial mediator Thursday, at the request of the union. The University made a substantive offer that guarantees all members of the bargaining unit would immediately earn in excess of the current Hamilton living wage.