It is important to update your academic file to keep moving towards earning a diploma or certificate. Here are a few basic regulations to help you manage your academic file.
Boréal’s academic calendar is an important tool to help you keep track of dates and deadlines during the academic year. It is the student’s responsibility to meet the college’s set deadlines.
Boréal’s student guide is an important official document that describes the college’s policies and administrative procedures, student rights and responsibilities, and services offered.
To be considered a full-time student, you must be registered for more than 70% of course hours or 66% of the course program.
If you are registered for less than 70% of course hours or 66% of the course program, you will be considered as a part-time student. Part-time students do not have access to the same financial aid options as full-time students. They cannot participate in intercollegiate sports (in Sudbury) or access certain facilities free of charge (i.e. the Sports Centre in Sudbury).
Please see section 4 (Boréal’s student guide ) – Program/Course Admission and Registration
Adding or Dropping a Class
Please see section 4.12 (Boréal’s student guide ) – Dropping a Class
Please see section 4.8 (Boréal’s student guide ) – Credit Transfers
Please see section 4.14 (Boréal’s student guide) – Changing your Program
Dropping Out of a Program
Please see section 4.16 (Guide Boréal) – Dropping out of a Program
Collège Boréal Refund Policy
Please see the BAR-003 Form – Entente de règlement des droits de scolarité (Tuition Fee Payment Terms)