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Career preparation starts with the exploration of your interests and skills. At Collège Boréal, we can help you through this process and inform you about present and future opportunities in the labour market.
Your application to Boreal starts with an admission request to the Ontario Collège Network. This centralized college system will transfer your request to us.… We’re waiting for you!
In the Admissions and Registrar’s Office, we will maintain your academic record until you obtain your diploma. The student portal Mon Boréal will allow you to access the details of your academic record.
The Financial Aid office is available to support you in your efforts. Do not hesitate to communicate with us for this purpose.
A dynamic team of professionals is committed to offering you personalized service that supports your adaptation and integration into college studies.
At the Alphonse-Desjardins Resource Centre you will find an environment perfectly adapted to your studies as well as a multitude of information sources to help you increase your knowledge and to support your research.
Support during your job search is accessible at all times whether you seek a full-time, part-time or campus job, or are doing the preliminary research related to a job. As a student and graduate you have access to a posting network unique to Boreal.
The Information and Technology Centre offers students multiple services related to computers, audiovisual services and videoconferencing. In addition, students whose program requires a laptop will experience effective, fast and courteous service.
From the library to La Zone pub via the cafeteria food services…the Collège Boréal Coop is constituted of student members who enjoy bargains and many job opportunities.
The educational centre Étoile du Nord offers stimulating daycare for children between 18 months and 12 years of age, on the main campus in Sudbury. The centre is open all year round.
Lifelong friendships, a rich socio-cultural experience, numerous opportunities to participate in sports, student activities, outstanding memories…that’s college life at Boreal!
The support of those close to you is a key element in the success of our students. Whether it is on an emotional, financial or other level, the role of your family and its members is important.
Our students offer a complete preventive treatment under the supervision of registered dental hygienists and a dentist.
Since its opening in 1995, Collège Boréal has given diplomas and certificates to over 10,400 individuals who contribute to the economic, social and cultural wealth of our community.