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.
Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS)
- The LBS program offers various courses and workshops to meet the needs of clients and allow them to upgrade their skills.
Academic Career Entrance (ACE)
- The Academic Career Entrance allows clients to obtain a Grade 12 diploma equivalent. The courses include French, English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and computer sciences.
The Alphonse Desjardins Resource Centre offers students a good learning environment with access to a wide variety of print and electronic resources: books, music, videos, magazines, newspapers and images. The Centre also provides interlibrary and intercampus loan services and assistance with specialized research.
Our counselling services can accompany you in your personal, educational or professional journey. If you are stressed or worried about challenges at school or in your personal life or if you’re worried about your mental health, we can help you find solutions. Our counselling services are free and confidential! Don’t hesitate. See our Public Declaration document.
Dual credit programs are approved by the Ministry of Education and allow students to pursue their secondary level education while taking college or apprenticeship courses that count towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) as well as a post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree or an apprenticeship certificate.
This site provides free parking and lockers!
Hours: from 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday to Friday
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.
Students who would like to receive support from a peer to study a particular subject may request the services of a tutor. Peer tutors are recommended by teachers of the subject, have achieved good marks and are willing to help their classmates.
Collège Boréal students have joined together to form a student association called the Association générale des étudiants et étudiantes (AGEE). The AGEE organizes a wide range of activities that provide opportunities to explore cultural differences among Boréal students and develop their interest for Francophone culture.