Collège Boréal is a francophone College of Applied Arts and Technology with 7 campuses in Ontario. Its main campus is Sudbury, Ontario, with additional campuses in Hearst, Kapuskasing, Nipissing, Temiskaming, Timmins and Toronto. Collège Boréal offers multiple courses within their 11 schools:
The addresses for Collège Boréal are:
Sudbury Campus (main campus):
21 Lasalle Boulevard
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 6B1
(800) 361-6673 or (705) 560-6673
64 - 9th Street
P.O. Box 818
Hearst, Ontario P0L 1N0
3 Aurora Avenue
Kapuskasing, Ontario P5N 1J6
280 Armstrong Street
P.O. Box 6004
New Liskeard, Ontario P0J 1P0
96 Main Street
Sturgeon Falls, Ontario P2B 1N3
395 Thériault Boulevard
Timmins, Ontario P4N 0A7
1 Yonge Street, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario M5E 1E5
At Collège Boréal, the office for students with disabilities is called the Service Centre for Students with Disabilities (SCSD). The Service Centre for Students with Disabilities is the primary place to find out about all your disability related needs.
Psychoeducational Assessment Services
The CFÉRO (Centre Francophone d’Évaluation et de Ressources de l’Ontario) provides accurate, comprehensive, and effective assessment and follow-up services to francophone students for all the institutions (colleges and universities) in north of Ontario. The main office is located in Collège Boréal, campus Sudbury.
For more information about accessibility at Collège Boréal, and their current initiatives to address issues of accessibility, please see Collège Boréal's Accessibility Plan.
(Link is in French)
Collège Boréal has no information currently listed for disability documentation required. For a list of common documentation requirements, please visit the Office for Students with Disabilities section of this website.
To learn about the specific documentation requirements for Collège Boréal, please contact the Service Centre for Students with Disabilities directly.
Health Services at Collège Boréal offers a range of services provided by their nurse practitioner on their Sudbury campus.
Counselling Services at Collège Boréal offer counselling for any student who may be experiencing stressful events in their life.
The Learning Support Centre at Collège Boréal offers tutoring, in person or online, as well as a wide range of interactive resources to their students at the Sudbury, Timmins and Toronto campuses.
The Alphonse-Desjardins Resource Centre at Boreal College's Sudbury campus offers various resources for students including books, movies, CDs, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, music, electronic book CDs, information files and databases. The centre also provides personal consultations to help students conduct specialized research.
Collège Boréal Financial Aid offers a range of financial assistance which consists of merit-based scholarships, need-based bursaries, and awards based on academic achievement. Information regarding Collège Boréal's financial aid is available on their website, as well as complete lists of scholarships, bursaries, awards, and contact information.
College Boreal’s Residential Office offers traditional style accommodations for 138 students. Residence is assigned based on a selection panel who reviews all requests for accommodations. Students who do not make the first selection will be placed on a waiting list and may be offered residence at any point throughout the year. Traditional rooms include single or double occupancy bedrooms with communal washrooms. Building amenities include:
All rooms come furnished and include internet access. Residence rates vary depending on room selection. Meal plan information is not currently available.
Some of the units in the residence building are equipped for students with disabilities. For more information, students are asked to contact the residence office directly.
There are currently no online accessible campus maps available at this time.
Greater Sudbury Transit is comprised of buses. Full-time students at Borèal Collége are eligible to purchase a discounted 31 day pass. Schedules are provided for every transit route that Greater Sudbury Transit provides.
Greater Sudbury Transit offers accessible features on their conventional transit such as low floors, wheel chair ramps, priority seating, and automated stop systems.
Handi-Transit provides door-to-door transit services for person with disabilities, who are unable to the conventional transit. Users who require a support person are able to apply for a support person pass, which allows Support Persons to travel free of charge. More information about Handi-Transit and the eligibility guidelines and application is available on their website.
Timmins Transit is comprised of buses. Full-time students at Borèal Collége are eligible to purchase a discounted student monthly pass. Schedules and maps are provided for every transit route that Timmins Transit provides.
Timmins Transit provides accessible transit with features such as low floors, and priority and courtesy seating.
Handy Transit is a door-to-door transit service for persons with mobility impairments, who due to their mobility impairment are unable to use the conventional transit system. More information about what Para-Bus offers and the eligibility guidelines and application is available on their website.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is comprised of subways, buses, and streetcars. A discounted Post-Secondary Student Monthly Metro Pass is available for purchase for full-time students at Collège Boréal. Schedules and maps are provided for each of the TTC transit options.
The TTC offers accessible services on both their buses and subways. Accessible services on buses include kneeling features, ramps, lifts, automated next stop announcements, wheel chair and scooter positions, and priority seating. The subways provide accessible services such as wheel chair positions and priority seating. There are elevators at half of the subway stations, with the goal of the remaining stations to be accessible by 2025.
The TTC offers the Support Person Assistance Card which allows users of the transit system who require a support person to have this person travel with them at no additional cost. Persons interested in the support program must fill out the application form.
Wheel-Trans is a service that provides door-to-door accessible transit service for persons with physical disabilities. The TTC has established eligibility guidelines for the use of Wheel-Trans. Persons seeking to use Wheel-Trans must participate in an in-person interview.
Service Centre for Students with Disabilities (SCSD)
(705) 560-6673 or 1 (800) 361-6673 ext 2130
Located in Room 2010
(705) 560-6673 ext 6003
Located in Room 2010
(705) 560-6673 or 1 (800) 361-6673 ext 2100
Located in Room 2010
Learning Support Centre
(705) 560-6673 ext 2110
Alphonse-Desjardins Resource Centre (Library Services)
1 (800) 361-6673 ext 6002
Use this checklist to create an overview of the services available at Collège Boréal, and to determine if the services meet your needs.