The GSA works closely with the CSU in order to provide our community with a wider array of services. This partnership gives GSA members access to resources, such as the Legal Information Clinic, the Graduate Advocacy Centre, and the CSU’s Housing and Job Bank (HOJO).

Below you’ll find all the information you need about these services, including how they can help you and how you can get in contact with them.

Contact Information

website: https://www.csu.qc.ca/services/hojo/

e-mail:  hojo@csu.qc.ca

telephone: 514.848.7474 ext. 7935

Graduate Advocacy Services

Accused of cheating or plagiarism?

Having a problem with your supervisor or department?

Other technical problems affecting your ability to complete your studies?

Unfortunately, many of our members will encounter problems during their time at Concordia. When these situations occur, the GSA is there to help you.

Your best resource for:
  • University Complaints;
  • Charges of academic misconduct;
  • Issues with a Professor;
  • Navigating university bureaucracy;
  • Commissioner for Oaths.

Booking an Appointment

To schedule an appointment or inquire about our services and how they might help you, please e-mail or call to leave a detailed message with your name, student ID number and a phone number and/or e-mail address they can reach you back on.

They work to respond to all inquiries by next business day.

Location & Operating Hours

The Graduate Advocacy Office is located in the basement of GSA House (2030 Mackay)

Current Operating Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday except on designated federal and provincial holidays on which the service is closed.

Please note that this service is available by appointment only.

Contact Information

website: https://www.csu.qc.ca/services/advocacy/

e-mail:  advocacy@csu.qc.ca

telephone: 514.848.7474 ext. 7313

Legal Information Clinic

The Legal Information Clinic provides legal information, referrals, and accompaniment in both French and English to students, CSU clubs, and other associations. 

Volunteer law students are available to assist with legal information and research, but only lawyers are able to represent someone in court, prepare court documents on their behalf, or advise them on their best legal options. 

The Legal Information Clinic works to provide students with the best possible options and resources that will assist them in receiving the fairest possible treatment under the law and to allow them to make the most suitable decision. 

Your best resource for:
  • Immigration – Temporary & Permanent;
  • Family and Civil Law;
  • Business and Contracts;
  • Discrimination Claims.

Booking an Appointment

To schedule an appointment or inquire about our services and how they might help you, please e-mail or call to leave a detailed message with your name, student ID number and a phone number and/or e-mail address they can reach you back on.

They work to respond to all inquiries by next business day.

Location & Operating Hours

The Legal Information Clinic is located on the 7th floor of Hall building., however they are currently working remotely.

Current Operating Hours are from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. every weekday except on designated federal and provincial holidays on which the service is closed.

Please note that this service is available by appointment only.

Contact Information

website: https://www.csu.qc.ca/services/lic/

e-mail:  legalclinic@csu.qc.ca

telephone: 514.848.7474 ext. 7375

Housing & Job Bank (HOJO)

The CSU’s Off-Campus Housing and Job Resource Centre is your resource for housing issues and workers’ rights.

They provide legal information to students and members of the Concordia community, offer a classifieds website to find work and housing, and give workshops across campus and in the community. 

Your best resource for:
  • Legal information on housing issues & workers right;
  • Rental & Lease Issues;
  • Classified website to find housing and work;
  • Workshops on those subjects;

Booking an Appointment

To schedule an appointment or inquire about our services and how they might help you, please e-mail or call to leave a detailed message with your name, student ID number and a phone number and/or e-mail address they can reach you back on.

They work to respond to all inquiries by next business day.

Location & Operating Hours

HOJO is located on the Mezzanine of Hall building, however they are currently working remotely.

Current Operating Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays except on designated federal and provincial holidays on which the service is closed.

Please note that this service is available by appointment only.