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Office of the Director General

Tentative schedule of activities next week for Truth and Reconciliation

Registrar’s Office

A lump sum payment of $100 per term for students: Back to school

When the Québec budget was tabled on March 25, 2021, a lump sum of $100 per term was announced for full-time college and university students. The measure was aimed at acknowledging the difficulties experienced by the students during the COVID-19 health crisis during the fall 2020 term and the winter 2021 term.

Eligible students are invited to complete the application form which has been available on the Omnivox portalsince July 2, 2021.

Lump sum payments have been started electronically since mid-September 2021, based on the order in which applications was received. Please note that payments will be sent out over several weeks.

This amount will not affect other forms of student financial assistance, such as loans and bursaries.

Also note that the eligibility criteria for the lump sum payment have been expanded. For more information, please go to this page.

Students who wish to apply using a printable form (PDF) can send their document to the registrar’s office

For more information on the application procedure and eligibility criteria, please go to the Ministère’s webpage.

Fall 2021 FAQ


External Offerings

  • Indspire Scholarships

Indspire is a nationally recognized non-profit that helps First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students with additional financial support for continuing their education after they graduate high school. We have several monetary awards, scholarships, and bursaries of different amounts for various areas of study across Canada, that also includes CEGEPs and universities in Quebec.

  • Mobile Vaccination Clinic

Additional date – Friday, October 1, 2021