Location : Canada ,Ontario
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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.
With 138 available rooms, the residence offers you a pleasant and safe living environment at an affordable cost. Each student shares an apartment with a roommate of the same sex. Some apartments are equipped for people with special needs. Located in a quiet wooded area on the south side of campus, the building is near various services, the cafeteria, and the walking trail.
Each apartment is equipped with a kitchen (with refrigerator, microwave, cabinets, a sink and a table with chairs) and a bathroom.
Each private bedroom is furnished with a double bed with drawers, a closet, a desk and chair. Rent includes telephone, cable, and Internet services. There are also common areas, including a multipurpose room for studying and relaxing, a kitchen, and laundry room. A committee of boarders organize recreational activities throughout the academic year.
The College offers a wide variety of services and activities nearby:
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
Currently there are no scholarships available.