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A dynamic team of professionals is committed to offering you personalized service that supports your adaptation and integration into college studies.
Here you have access to a wide range of individual services to help ensure your academic, personal and professional success.
Confidentiality and respect for the individual are central to our discussions with you.
We want to offer you the best possible services by taking your needs into account. Come meet with us as soon as possible.
Our mission statement
“To accompany the person in the development of his or her full potential by providing quality services, tailored to their needs.”
Learning Support Centre
The transition to postsecondary studies is not always easy. The Centre is there to help you adapt to the work methods required for a college education. The centre makes tutors available to you in many fields:
- Learning management (time management, study methods, project management –research, writing, editing etc.)
- Computer training
- Other fields, according to your needs.
We offer individual sessions or group workshops, practice exams and computer software. Students can work at their own speed to improve their competence and successfully complete their studies. All these services are free, so come…enjoy!
The Centre also offers the “Gestion des apprentissages” course. This 45-hour course includes a great deal of information designed to improve the student’s work ethic and studying practices. The class is personalized according to each student’s needs.
Lyse Lapalme, ext. 2110, email@example.com or communicate with the officials on your campus. .
Support Centre for English
The Support Centre for English reinforces the work of English teachers and offers the necessary help to students that need it so they can increase their confidence when they use their written or oral English.
The Support Centre for English offers help in the following areas:
- Written work • Grammar
- Reading • Spelling
- Punctuation • Pronunciation
- Ability to speak in English
- Conversations in English
Whether you are advanced in English or wish to improve your basic knowledge, come see us to get help!
Tom Ryan, ext. 1023, firstname.lastname@example.org or communicate with the officials on your campus.
Do you need help in biology? Do you like to learn through visual and practical information? The biology lab offers tutoring, in person or online, as well as a wide range of interactive resources.
Lyse Lapalme, ext. 2110, email@example.com or communicate with the officials on your campus.
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition in Canada
Thinking of undertaking postsecondary studies?
Perhaps you think that the content of certain courses offered at the college is close to knowledge and skills you have acquired working or during leisure or volunteer activities.
Collège Boréal can evaluate you and give you credit for knowledge that corresponds to the academic requirements of the program that interests you.
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition in Canada (PLAR) is the process that allows you to obtain these credits.
Through this process, we recognize learning that took place outside traditional teaching institutions. The exemptions and credit transfers are other ways that allow individuals to obtain these credits.
To be admissible, candidates need to meet general Collège admission requirements but do not need to be registered for a study program at the Collège.
The participation fee for the PLAR program is $98 for each class evaluated. Consult the college calendar to find out the limits to presenting a PLAR request.
For more information, communicate with the program access representative at ext. 2070.
* amount subject to change.