Application Fee

All new students must pay a $30.00 application fee the first time they apply for a program.  This fee is non-refundable.

Tuition / Registration Fees – Quebec Residents

  • Part-time students: Students taking less than 180 course hours per semester in a program must pay $35.00 per course ($5.00 registration fee + $30.00 auxiliary services fee).
  • Full-time students: Students taking 180 course hours (or more) per semester in a program must pay a registration fee of $160.00 per semester ($20.00 registration fee + $140.00 auxiliary services fee).

Documents Required for Quebec Residents

  • Students who can provide the official Birth Certificate from the Province of Québec are deemed to be residents of Quebec for purposes of the regulations. No further documentation is required.
  • Students born in Canada, in another province than Quebec, who can provide a copy of their official birth certificate and a copy of a RAMQ card that validates they have lived in Quebec for more than 12 months are deemed to be residents of Quebec.
  • Students who hold a Permanent Resident Status, and can provide a valid Permanent Resident card, a CSQ (Certificat de selection du Québec), or a copy of the RAMQ card that validates they have lived in Quebec for more than 12 months are deemed to be residents of Quebec.
  • Students who hold a Canadian Citizenship status, and can provide a Canadian Citizenship card or certificate, as well as a copy of the valid RAMQ card that validates they have lived in Quebec for more than 12 months are deemed to be residents of Quebec.

Tuition / Registration Fees – International Students*

  • Part-time: – International students must pay $34.04 per course hour.
  • Full-time: – International students must pay $7,000.00 per semester.

*You are considered an – International student if you were not born in Canada, and do not hold a Permanent Resident, or a Canadian Citizen status. Foreign students must submit a valid student visa or study permit to register.

Fees for Non-Residents of Québec*

  • Part-time: Non-resident students must pay $8.69 per course hour.
  • Full-time: Non-resident students must pay $1,780.00 per semester.

*You are considered a non-resident of Quebec if you were born in another Canadian province other than Quebec, or hold a Permanent Resident or a Canadian Citizen status and you cannot prove you have lived in Quebec for 12 months or more (See “Documents Required for Quebec Residents”).

Please Note: Students who are registered for 180 hours of courses during a given semester hold a full-time student status, for the purposes of student fees. Should a student choose to withdraw from a credit course(s) and as a result of this their student status changes, all fees will be recalculated. Students will either be charged the difference or given a refund.

Course Withdrawal – Credit Courses

Students can officially withdraw from credit courses within the first 20% of the course. (Example: Within the first 9 hours of a 45-hour course, 12 hours of a 60-hour course, etc.). Courses which have been dropped officially within this timeframe will not appear on the student’s transcript.

If, after the official withdrawal deadline, students stop attending courses in which they are registered, they will receive the grade cumulated at the time they stopped attending.

To avoid academic consequences on your permanent record (such as a failing grade for a course you did not complete), you must withdraw officially before the withdrawal deadline for each course. Requests for official withdrawals must be done in writing. Students must send an email indicating their intention to withdraw to continuingeducation@champlaincollege.qc.ca.

Programs and courses offered are subject to change. By withdrawing from a course(s) within their Attestation program, it may make it difficult or impossible for a student to complete their program.

Refund Policy and Procedures

Application fees ($30) are non-refundable.

Refund requests submitted before the 20% withdrawal deadline:

  • If a student withdraws from all their semester courses before the first 20% withdrawal deadline for each course, 100% of the semester fees (registration and auxiliary fees) will be refunded.
  • If a student withdraws from one or more of their semester courses but remains registered in some of their courses, all fees will be recalculated, and the student may receive a partial refund.

No refunds will be issued after the withdrawal deadlines listed above.

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Financial Assistance (Government Student Loans and Bursaries)

If you are pursuing or deemed to be pursuing studies on a full-time basis at Continuing Education, you might qualify for the Loans and Bursaries Program of the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport. You will find information about this program on the Financial Aid web page of Champlain College Saint-Lambert: Financial Aid – Champlain College – Saint Lambert.