The College’s management is closely monitoring the developments in the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19)
Last update - June 6th, 2020: We would like to inform you that the 2020-2021 school year calendar for the regular education, is currently being revised considering the current situation, and that further information on the terms and conditions of teaching and College access for the month of August will be specified in the coming weeks.
For students in the Continuing Education and Business Services sector, the start of fall activities will vary according to the start dates of each program and training offered.
International students: to contact us, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the current circumstances, it is important to follow the instructions of our Government and to follow the advice of Public health specialists who are disseminated by reliable sources of information and who allow us to keep an informed view on the situation.
At the same time, we must also take care of ourselves: the need to physically isolate ourselves should lead us to turn to electronic tools and social media to communicate with each other and maintain social relationships that are essential to our balance.
The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends that people follow certain rules to limit the spread of the epidemic. In this sense, the College’s management is concerned to comply with the directives of the province's director of public health which are updated on a regular basis.
For more information on the COVID-19 situation in Quebec, visit the following website: Quebec.ca/coronavirus.
You can also consult the Self-care Guide – COVID-19 to help you in taking the best decisions during the pandemic.
Handwashing remains the No. 1 tip for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
We also recommend that you follow the guidelines of the Public Health Agency of Canada to reduce the risk of infection or spread. Also, various preventive measures have been implemented at the College.
You believe you've been in contact with someone who may be contagious
If you have been in contact with someone who has travelled abroad with symptoms or if during your daily activities you think you have been in contact with someone who may be contagious, stay at home and consult the general information measures provided by the Quebec government on the coronavirus (COVID-19).
You think you have symptoms
Stay home and consult the general information measures provided by the Quebec government on the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Contact : 1-877-644-4545. They will be able to guide and inform you adequately.