|FOR ALL STUDENTS||$30 application fee (one time only)
$230 semester fee (includes optional $15 Foundation fee)
|Additional Fees (subject to change without notice)|
|QUEBEC NON-RESIDENT||$1,728 per semester|
|INTERNATIONAL STUDENT||$6,796 per semester|
|INTERNATIONAL NURSING STUDENT||$10,533 per semester|
*All fees may be paid online through your Omnivox account, or sent to our office:
BY MAIL/IN PERSON:
900 Riverside Drive, Room F-103
St-Lambert, Quebec J4P 3P2
Call us at 450.672.7360, ext. 3217
- Letters of Attestation: $3.00 per letter
- Course Descriptions: $5.00 per course
- N.S.F. Cheque: $50.00 per cheque
- Transcript Fee: Official transcript – $5.00 per destination
Application, Registration & Student Fees (All fees are subject to change)
- Application Fee: $30.00
- Late Registration Fee: $50.00
- Student Fees for Full-Time Students: $215.00 (see item #9 re: Foundation fee)
- Registration Fee: $20.00 / Part Time – $5.00 per course
- Student Service Fee: $25.00
(academic, personal & career counselling, orientation & integration services and learning centres)
- Auxiliary Services Fee: $140.00
(financial aid counselling, health & social services and accident insurance)
- Student Association Fee: $30.00
- Student Fees for Part-Time Students: 1 course: $46.00; 2 courses: $74.00; 3 courses: $102.00
- Registration Fee: $5.00 per course
- Student Service Fee: $6.00 per course
- Auxiliary Services Fee: $30.00 per course
- Student Association Fee: $30.00
- Courses Outside of Program of Study:
- $6.00 per course hour during the fall and winter semesters in the Day Division
- $2.00 per course hour in Continuing Education and summer school
- International Student Fee:
- $13,592 per year for full time students ($6,796 per semester)
- $33.05 per course hour for part time students (in addition to the fees described in No. 1 or No. 3 above)
- $21,066 per year for full-time Nursing Students ($10,533 per semester)
- $51.24 per course hour for part time Nursing Students (in addition to the fees described in No. 1 or No. 3 above)
- Non-Residents of Quebec:
- $3,456 per year for full time students ($1,728 per semester)
- $8.44 per course hour for part-time students
- Part-Time Tuition Fees (permission of the Registrar is required):
- $2.00 per course hour
- Champlain College Foundation:
- The $230 Student Fee includes a $15 donation to the Champlain College Saint-Lambert Foundation.
- The Foundation is a non-profit organization which benefits Champlain students. If students do not wish to contribute to the Champlain College Saint-Lambert Foundation, they may remit a $215 Student Fee.
Refund and Withdrawal Procedures:
|Before 1st Day of Class|
- Withdrawing before first day of classes must be done in writing and submitted to the Registrar’s Office before the first day of classes. Students will receive a refund cheque for the total semester fees.
After 1st Day of Class
- After the first day of classes students will receive a refund cheque of their semester fees less $45.00.
Course Withdrawal Deadlines
- Deadline to withdraw from courses is September 19th (fall semester) and February 14th (winter semester). These dates are set by the Ministry and cannot be altered.
No refunds will be issued after the withdrawal deadlines listed above.
ADVANCED STANDING APPLICANTS
Students applying from other Quebec cégeps, private colleges, and other government-approved, college-level institutions must submit a student copy of their transcript when applying. Upon admission, their official marks will be obtained directly from the Ministry of Education and will be integrated into their Champlain College Saint-Lambert record. Not all courses will necessarily be integrated.
Equivalences for courses taken at post-secondary institutions other than Quebec cégeps, private colleges or other government-approved, college-level institutions are considered on a course-by-course basis by the Academic Advisors in consultation with the appropriate Department Heads. Credit will not automatically be given for years or full semesters of study. Champlain College Saint-Lambert does not normally grant equivalent credit for courses followed at the university level. No request for equivalent credit will be considered until the following documentation has been submitted:
(a) A detailed description of the course content.
(b) An official transcript.
Champlain College Saint-Lambert offers a Scholarship Program for incoming, current and graduating students. The value of each entrance scholarship is $750.00. They are awarded to the student in each program with the highest entering academic average among students with averages of 80% or higher. Close to $10,000 in total scholarships are awarded each year. Scholarships valued at $750.00 are also awarded on behalf of the Fédération des Caisses Desjardins du Québec to students who have the highest cote de rendement (cote R) midway through their program to help them complete their college studies. Over $13,000 in total are awarded each year. At the end of their studies, graduating students are eligible for various awards, medals and prizes such as the Lieutenant Governor Award, the Board of Governors Award and the Quebec Association of Retired Teachers prize. Since 2000, Champlain College Saint-Lambert has had four winners of the prestigious Canadian Merit Foundation scholarships (valued at more than $40,000). Graduating students have also been recipients of the Canadian Millennium Foundation scholarships (valued at approx. $20,000) as well as entrance scholarships to universities such as McGill, Concordia, Université de Montréal, HEC, and Queens University. In 2008, a graduating student was one of three students in Canada to receive the Morehead Cain Scholarship valued at $140,000. Call the Admissions Office at (450) 672-7360, ext. 256 for more information.