Collège Boréal

Mon choix, c’est Boréal!

Why choose Collège Boréal? The answer is simple: to get bilingual advantage on the job market!

In 2017-18, Boréal was ranked #1 in the province in student satisfaction and graduate satisfaction! In addition, it boasts the highest graduation rate and 3rd highest employer satisfaction rate among all 24 Ontario community colleges!

Face the future with confidence. Our professional team works hard to ensure the success of each student… In fact, we guarantee it! If you don’t find a job within 1 year of graduation, you can come back for free!

Collège Boréal offers a wide variety of programs and services at six campuses and 37 access centres in 25 communities across the province. Since 1995, approximately 120,000 clients across Ontario have benefited from College Boréal’s expertise relating to post-secondary education, training programs, immigration and settlement services, as well as employment services.

Come and see why so many are saying: “Mon choix, c’est Boréal!”

Life at College Boréal

Our Programs

Boréal offers 90+ post-secondary and apprenticeship programs in a variety of fields. Having modernized our program delivery methods to better meet the changing needs of our diversified clientele, Collège Boréal students can upgrade their skills, gain an extra certification, or earn their diploma at their own pace! 

Furthermore, Collège Boréal has developed and implemented many articulation agreements with other post-secondary institutions which can save you time and money.

Our Campuses and Access Centres

Currently, Boréal has six campus locations and 37 access centres in 25 communities across the province. Whether you are looking to study close to home, up North, or in Central-Southwestern Ontario, we’ve got a location for you! Boréal also offers a number of distance-learning programs, including Early Childhood Education Administration, Human Resources Management, Gerontology, Long-term Care Management, Court Clerk, and much more!

Our Services

Boréal offers a wide array of personalized services relating to health and wellness, learning support, immigration and settlement, and employment.

  • Health promotion services are offered at no cost to Boréal students by a nurse practitioner who is committed to the promotion of health and the prevention of disease.
  • Wellness services (i.e., dental care, esthetics, hairstyling, and massage therapy) are offered by Boréal students, under the supervision of faculty members, to students and community members at minimal cost.
  • Our team offers a number of learning support services designed to provide Boréal students the very best in support and assistance. From tutoring and guidance to counselling or first-generation services, Boréal is committed to helping every student succeed.
  • Boréal offers several language programs for newcomers (i.e., CLIC, LINC, ELT, and OSLT). We also offer the Bridging Program for Internationally Educated Francophone Professionals as well as settlement and orientation services.
  • Collège Boréal offers public bilingual employment services through Employment Options (EO) to respond to the employment needs of individuals and the skilled labour needs of employers. Free services include job postings, labour market information, and recruitment and candidate preselection. Boréal’s Centre d’emploi (employment centre) also offers assistance to students and graduates in search of employment. Free services include access to job search tools, resume assistance, simulated job interviews, job readiness workshops, and coaching or mentoring.

Student Life

Boréal’s student association (Association générale des étudiants et étudiantes) organizes various activities aiming to promote a vibrant college atmosphere in each of our six campuses. The wide array of sociocultural activities allows students to explore their cultural differences while celebrating their francophone roots.

As members of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA), Boréal's athletes (Vipères) compete on the collegiate circuit at regional, provincial, and national levels in badminton and volleyball. The College also offers a variety of recreational activities, such as intramural/extramural sports and fitness classes (spin, hoopfit, yoga, Zumba, etc.).

Campus Locations

Sudbury 21 Lasalle Boulevard Sudbury, ON, P3A6B1 Tel:705.560.6673
Hearst 64 9th Street Hearst, ON, P0L1N0 Tel:705.362.6673
Kapuskasing 3 Aurora Avenue Kapuskasing, ON, P5N1J6 Tel:705.337.6673
Témiskaming 280 Armstrong Street New Liskeard, ON, P0J1P0
Nipissing 96 Main Street Sturgeon Falls, ON, P2B1N3 Tel:705.753.5420
Timmins 395 Thériault Boulevard Timmins, ON, P4N0A7 Tel:705.267.5850
Toronto 1 Yonge Street, Suite 300 Toronto, ON, M5E1E5 Tel:416.289.5130
Windsor 7515 Forest Glade Drive Windsor, ON, N8T3P5 Tel:519.948.6019
London Citi Plaza - 355 Wellington Street, office 279 London, ON, N6A3N7
Niagara 300 Woodlawn Street Welland, ON, L3C7L3

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