As for all educational institutions, Cégep de Sept-Îles must implement public health recommendations. When you are present, you must follow these instructions:
Stay at the right distance
Make sure you keep a physical distance of one metre between yourself and other people in the Cégep.
Wearing your mask
Mandatory upon your arrival and during all your movements around the Cégep:
You can remove it when you sit down to eat.
Impossible physical distancing
When physical distancing isn’t possible, such as in certain labs, a procedurial mask as well as eye protection (glasses or visor) are required and loaned by the college.
Disinfect your hands
Disinfecting products are available at each entrance and several other locations throughout the college. Washing your hands is mandatory when you enter the Cégep.
Follow respiratory etiquette
Cough and sneeze into your elbow. If you use a tissue, throw it away immediately and then wash your hands.
You’re probably thinking that with remote courses, you will have to have some technological tools at your disposal.
This is the most important educational tool. It allows you to:
Pay your tuition and other fees
Get your schedule
Connect with teachers, staff and students through Omnivox Internal Messaging (MIO)
See your e-student card
Access Lea (courses, assignments, notes, etc.)
You can access it here. You can also download the mobile app.
Office 365 (free)
Good news! The college is giving you free access to the entire Office 365 suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams, etc.) during your college education. You can use it online or install it on your personal computer. That way, you’ll have access to all your assignments, wherever you are.
If you wish to purchase a COOP card, you must go in person.
Avoid queues and order by email
From August 23, the COOP team is accepting orders by email. Make sure to mention your name, your phone number, your membership number, the title of the book, the name of the teacher, the course number and the method of payment (credit or on the website) to the following address : email@example.com.
Weeks of August 23
Your COOP is extending its opening hours to allow you to collect your books, textbooks and school supplies! Hours of operation will be 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (open for lunch). Only tow persons can enter the COOP at a time.
La Kafé offers all its usuals services. Hours of operation will be 7:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
You can borrow books or audio-visual material without any problem.
The workstations will be rearranged to allow you to work in complete safety.
If you cannot take your courses online from home, you can use the computers at the library. You must reserve one of the workstations provided for this purpose. All the necessary software is already installed on the computers.
Aside from courses, a “vibrant” college would not be one without a vibrant student life! Despite the situation, you will see that activities will still take place and that you will have access to all the services necessary to help you succeed.
The entire Student Services team will be there to support you. Rest assured that all services will be offered even in a hybrid format (adapted services, financial aid for studies, psychosocial assistance, educational assistance, etc.).
To view them, visit the Services page of the site or the “Services” tile in the mobile app (in French).
All that is great, but is it going to be “fun” at the college this winter? You’d better believe it! The Student Services team is preparing social, cultural, community and sports activities tailored to the situation.
Registration for the activities will take place during the first week of classes. To participate you will need to have your vaccination passport.
Do you have any other questions?
Contact Louisa. She’ll try to answer you or she’ll direct you to someone who can.