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Collège Boréal Programs

Collège Boréal: Your Future Begins Here

Established in 1995, Collège Boréal is a French-language postsecondary training and learning institution dedicated to the development and growth of French communities throughout the province. Deeply rooted within some 25 communities throughout the province, the seven campuses and numerous access points provide a number of services to a variety of clienteles. Northern communities (Hearst, Kapuskasing, Timmins, Temiskaming, Nipissing, and Sudbury) and communities based in Central-Southwestern Ontario (including Toronto, Barrie, Niagara, Windsor, London, Hamilton, etc.) can take advantage of a number of programs and benefit from various Collège Boréal contributions in their respective region.

Indeed, Collège Boréal has a dual mandate: it is a collegial postsecondary institution as well as a vital community development organization. Collège Boréal is an educational, innovative, cultural, and community hub serving the francophone population of Ontario. Its goal is to produce a highly qualified bilingual workforce in French-speaking communities who contributes to the economic, social, and cultural vitality of the province and of the country.


Boréal by the Numbers
See how Boréal stacks up with these fast facts and figures:

  • 1486 full-time postsecondary students.
  • 115 part-time postsecondary students.
  • 7 campuses in cities across Northern Ontario and in Toronto.
  • 35 access centres in 25 communities.

Collège Boréal offers the Boréal Guarantee which applies to all of its programs. Should a graduate not find a job in their area of expertise within twelve (12) months after graduation, they will be offered a second full-time postsecondary collegial program at no cost. (some conditions apply)

Collège Boréal, Sudbury
The city of Sudbury is a thriving and growing community, and is a centre of technology, education and health for the North. Its shopping centers, restaurants and arts facilities give it the feel of any large metropolis, while its many lakes and landscapes preserve the feeling of living in the great outdoors.

Sudbury also has an active French community. In fact, over 28 percent of Sudburians speak French as a first language, and roughly 40 percent of the population is bilingual. French theatre groups like le Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario and French radio stations such as CHYC-FM are just a few of Sudbury’s French culture highlights.

Boréal Student Life
Officially designated under the French Language Services Act, Collège Boréal is truly a place where student can enjoy a variety of quality French language services.

From an academic standpoint, students at Boréal can expect smaller class sizes therefore, students benefit from more focused attention from their professors. A smaller student body can also mean more opportunities for students to connect both inside and outside the classroom.

Boréal students have a number of activities available to them, from ski trips and carnivals to pub nights and much more. An athletic centre and varsity sports teams give students the opportunity to stay active while interacting with new people.

Boréal Student Housing
Boréal’s Sudbury campus student residence can welcome 138 students; each apartment features a bathroom and a kitchenette (which includes a refrigerator, microwave, cupboards, a sink and a small table). Bedrooms feature a double bed, abundant lighting and closet space, a desk and an armchair, as well as free telephone and cable access.

Common areas are easily accessible to all students for study and social activities. In addition, a volunteer committee established every year is responsible for organizing plenty of fun events for students living in the residence, thus allowing students to enjoy a full college life experience.

Boréal Student Services
Boréal’s excellent personnel, programs and services promote academic success and sociocultural development for all students. With the wealth of activities and the warm atmosphere both on-campus and in the classroom, students can expect to feel at home at Boréal.

Just a few of Boréal’s student services include:

  • Financial Aid
  • Employment Centre
  • Daycare
  • Athletic Centre
  • Les Vipères – Sports team
  • Learning Support Services

2015 Key Performance Indicators Report prepared by Colleges Ontario indicates that Collège Boréal is considered one of Ontario’s top colleges. For the 11th time in 14 years, Collège Boréal received the highest satisfaction rate in the province from its graduating students. Moreover, for the 14th time in 15 years, Collège Boréal reports the highest graduation rate in Ontario. And, this year, Collège Boréal had the second highest student satisfaction rating as well as the second highest employer satisfaction rating in the province.


Contact Information

Tel: 1.800.361.6673


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Tel: 1.800.361.6673


Hearst Campus
64 Ninth St, P.O. Box 818
Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
Tel: 705.362.6673

Kapuskasing Campus
3 Aurora Ave
Kapuskasing, ON P5N 1J6
Tel: 705.337.6673

Nipissing Campus
96 Main St
Sturgeon Falls, ON P2B 1N3
Tel: 705.753.5420

Sudbury Campus
21 Lasalle Blvd
Sudbury, ON P3A 6B1
Tel: 705.560.6673

Temiskaming Campus
280 Armstrong St, P.O. Box 6004
New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0
Tel: 705.647.4421

Timmins Campus
395 Thériault Blvd
Timmins, ON P4N 0A7
Tel: 705.267.5850

Toronto Campus
1 Yonge St, Suite 300
Toronto, ON M5E 1E5
Tel: 416.289.5130
TF: 1.866.262.8566


Alfred Access Centre
31 St-Paul St
Alfred, ON K0B 1A0
Tel: 613.742.2483 x4723

Barrie Access Centre
136 Bayfield St, Suite 100-110
Barrie, ON L4M 3B1
Tel: 705.737.9088

Hamilton Access Centre
120 King St W, Plaza
Hamilton, ON L8P 4V2
Tel: 905.544.9824

London Access Centre
Citi Plaza
355 Wellington Rd, Suite 279
London, ON N6A 3N7
Tel: 519.451.5194

Niagara Access Centre
Black Walnut Building - B12
Welland, ON L3C 7L3
Tel: 1.800.361.6673 x7370

Windsor Access Centre
7515 Forest Glade Dr
Windsor, ON N8T 3P5
Tel: 519.948.6019

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