This modern library offers user-friendly amenities and a stress-free environment to study, do research and prepare assignments. Students in the college’s Veterinary Care Technician program can access a reserve of over 200 textbooks. For further information, visit the library’s service desk or follow this link. Your Saint Paul University / Collège Boréal student card also gives you access to the University of Ottawa library.
Café Urban serves local cuisine prepared on site with fresh, healthy and flavourful ingredients. Catering services are available. Next to the dining room, there are work spaces for small groups.
The Louis-Riel Centre offers Indigenous students services dedicated to promoting their rich heritage and provides culturally adapted support services. The Centre invites you to take part in Zoom drop-in sessions held every Wednesday from 10 AM to 12:30 PM.
Your student card gives you access to the University of Ottawa walk-in clinic’s health services with the same privileges as Saint Paul University students. You also have access to the University of Ottawa’s sports complex.
The Tech Support Coach can help students navigate in Brightspace, Zoom and other educational software.
If you would like to get help from a peer to study a particular subject, you can request the services of a tutor. Both the student and the tutor must register or request the service.
The transition to post-secondary education is not always easy. If you need a “helping hand,” come and see us. We’re here to help you adapt to work methods that are part of a college education.
Saint Paul University’s student residence is a modern facility built in 2005. Would you like to have a room in the residence? As a college student, you have that option. Other available services are listed in the college’s self-serve portal. To visit the site, click on this link.
Are you dealing with distress, isolation, anxiety? You have access to Saint Paul University’s Counselling Services. You are entitled to 10 free sessions.
For further information, click on this link.
If you have a documented special need, be it permanent, temporary or pending confirmation, the staff at the Accessibility Centre can develop and implement an accommodation plan to meet your needs.