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.
Collège Boréal in Windsor is seen in the community as a multicultural hub. Many cultural associations, predominantly African, are located on our main campus. Having these associations on site adds to the number of events and activities offered to meet the needs of students.
The gymnasium may be reserved for sporting activities or special events.
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.
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.