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Founded in 1995, Collège Boréal is the only French-language community college in northern Ontario. It has also served central and south-western Ontario since 2002.
Collège Boréal exists to increase access to public post-secondary education for the francophone population. In September 2009, we inaugurated a new campus in Timmins and started construction of a second student residence.
In choosing Collège Boréal, you will benefit first and foremost from francophone programs and services focused on excellence. Whether you intend to undertake postsecondary studies or professional training, come and find out what we have to offer.
Collège Boréal set itself the mandate of contributing to the growth of its clientele as well as to the development of the communities it serves. Students are the reason for its existence.
Since 1998, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has done performance evaluation surveys on the programmes and services of the 24 colleges.
The board of governors is responsible for establishing the role and mission of the Collège and in particular, for setting its strategic direction.
The objective of the Fondation du Collège Boréal is to encourage the greatest possible number of individuals to follow French post-secondary studies.
This section includes various documents concerning the orientation and policies of the Collège.