Alliance Sport-Études is recognized by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Its mission is to offer services and educational support to elite athletes who pursue higher studies.
CÉGEP Heritage College has been a member of Alliance Sport-Études for a number of years. Student-athletes train on average about twenty hours a week. In addition, they regularly participate in training camps and competitions in Quebec and internationally, while completing their DEC. In collaboration with their teachers and other staff members our student-athletes find ways to reconcile their sport with their studies.
L’Alliance Sport-Études, reconnue et subventionnée par le ministère de l’Éducation et le ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, a pour mission de soutenir la persévérance et la réussite, tant scolaires que sportives, des athlètes québécois de haut niveau qui poursuivent des études supérieures.Plus de 1 500 étudiantes et étudiants-athlètes provenant de la Ligue de hockey junior majeur du Québec et 50 fédérations sportives bénéficient des services et avantages de l’Alliance Sport-Études chaque session.
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Student-athletes enrolled in the Alliance Sport-Études program have the status of a recognized student-athlete at our school, allowing you to receive educational support services adapted to your needs, such as:
To be admitted to Alliance Sport-Études you must:
* Eligible QJHL players are those studying in a member college, have evolved in the Midget AAA league and currently appear on the protection list of a QMJHL team. You can apply to Alliance Sport-Études by completing the online registration form before November 1 (for the Winter semester) and before March 1 (for the Fall semester).
Please refer to the Alliance Sport Etudes page for more information.
Each year, student-athletes have the opportunity to highlight the positive impact that one of their teachers has had on their sport-study conciliation. This recognition program is called Tag ton prof!
In 2022 under 25 teachers were recognized in the province of Quebec, one of which was Mr. Sami Nicola from our EIT program. The Alliance Sport-Études selection committee named him a precious collaborator in the academic and athletic success of student-athletes.