Start off on the right foot!
This is an important step in the registration process, so don’t delay in booking your spot. See the Admission and Registration Process section under Admissions Office and Registrar for more information.
Collège Boréal will contact you before the start of the semester. To get important news and not miss key dates, be sure to update your phone number, home address and email address. See the Admissions Office and Registrar web page under Students and Alumni for more information.
The Boréal student guide is a very important official document that will tell you about the different directives and procedures to follow with regard to your student record, your rights and your responsibilities as a student. Your first responsibility is to familiarize yourself with this guide and to refer to it as needed throughout your time at Collège Boréal.
MonBoréal is the Collège’s intranet site. Here you will find newsletters and important links. The Student Portal gives you access to various services and sources of information relating to your school record. Follow these steps to start exploring!
- Access the MyBoréal intranet.
- Enter your student number as the username in the relevant field. Your student number is indicated in your acceptance letter or on your identity card. If you are having problems with your student number, contact the Admissions Office and Registrar at 1-800-361-6673, ext. 2170, or by email at email@example.com.
- When you first visit the MyBoréal portal, your password will be your date of birth. Enter it in this format: DDMMYYYY. You will need to change your password when you first access the portal.
- Click “Login”.
- Follow the steps to change your password.
- Once in MyBoréal, click on “Student Portal”.
For technical assistance, contact the IT Service Centre by email at services : firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the Financial Aid section under the Admissions Office and Registrar.
See the Tuition and Other Fees section and the Billing and Payments section.
See the Student Forms section under the Admissions Office and Registrar.
If you need housing during your studies, see the Student Housing section under Future Students.
First-year students are required to take one or two placement assessments before the first semester. See the Placement Assessments section under Future Students for more information and to register as soon as possible.
See the Technological Requirements section under Future Students to better equip yourself and get the essential technologies required.
Visit the COOP Boréal website.
We care about your well-being and success! Which is why Collège Boréal offers a variety of services and actives for a rewarding college experience. See the College Life section and the Services section for more information.
Explore your options on the Sudbury Campus web page.
Discuss this with the Registrar staff as soon as you arrive on campus!