Evening Credit Courses

Fall 2022

Online registration opens on: August 17, 2022
Classes begin the week of August 29, 2022

All evening credit courses will be delivered in-person, on campus.

Please see the attached Student Guide for important information on how to access learning platforms (Teams, Moodle, etc.) Student Guide

If you need a laptop loan contact studentonlinehelp@johnabbott.qc.ca

NOTE: You will be informed of JAC's implementation of any Ministry directives as they are received.

Important Dates

Wednesday, January 12 OMNIVOX ONLINE Registration opens @ 9:00 a.m.
Monday, January 24 Classes begin
Friday, February 18 Credit course withdrawal deadline
Friday, February 18 Grade change/Final grade review deadline Fall 2021, 4:00 p.m.
Monday, February 21 Course validation begins
Friday, February 25 Course validation ends
Monday, February 28 Study break begins
Tuesday, March 1 Day Division application deadline (SRAM)
Friday, March 4 Study break ends
Monday, March 21 Academic progress grade entry @ 11:59 p.m. (College Integration)
Friday, April 15 College closed – Good Friday
Monday, April 18 College closed – Easter Monday
Tuesday, May 17 Last day of classes – Friday class schedule (make-up day for April 15)
Wednesday, May 18 English Exit Exam
Monday, May 23 College closed – Victoria Day
Wednesday, June 1 Grade deadline Winter 2022 @ 4:00 p.m.

Program & Course Selection

DEC Program Credit Courses

Students who meet the admission requirements for a DEC program, are eligible to register on a part-time or full-time basis, in courses pertaining to a DEC program.
Due to limited course offerings, it is not possible to follow an entire DEC program in Continuing Education.

AEC Program Credit Courses

For students who wish to enroll in a program in order to acquire or upgrade technical or professional skills for the job market, career advancement or career change.

Career Development / “Cégep à la carte” – 080.CA

For students who wish to acquire or upgrade technical skills and/or professional skills for the job market and who are not registered in a diploma (DEC or AEC) program.

University Prerequisites

For students registering in courses required to meet admission requirements in a specific University program.

Independent Studies

For students who do not meet the admission requirements to a program OR for students registering in a credit course without enrolling in a program.

Fees

Student Status definition for students enrolled in a DEC or AEC program

  • Part- time student: taking less than 180 hours or four courses per semester
  • Full-time student: taking a minimum of 180 hours or four courses in a program per semester
  • Fin de programme status, i.e. students completing the last semester towards completion of their program and taking up to three courses and less than 180 hours

Note: Full-time DEC students whose attendance is not validated for all courses or who drop a course below the minimum full-time course load will see their status changed to part time. Tuition fees will be calculated and charged accordingly.

Type of FeePart-Time in a DEC Program or Career Development Studies (080.CA)Full-Time in a DEC ProgramFull-Time in an AEC ProgramPart-Time in an AEC Program
Application Fee$30$30$30$30
General Fees
Registration Fee$5/course$20/semester$20/semester$5/course
Educational Support Fee$6/course$25/semester$25/semester$6/course
Student Services Fee$18/course$72/semester$72/semester$18/course
Student Association Feen/a$45/semestern/an/a
Tuition Fees
Québec Resident$2/course hourNo tuitionNo tuitionNo tuition
Non-Québec Resident $8.22/course hour $1,684/semester $1,684/semester $8.22/course hour
International Student$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change
Part-Time in a DEC Program or Career Development Studies (080.CA)
Application Fee$30
General Fees
Registration Fee$5/course
Educational Support Fee$6/course
Student Services Fee$18/course
Student Association Feen/a
Tuition Fees
Québec Resident$2/course hour
Non-Québec Resident $8.22/course hour
International Student$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change
Full-Time in a DEC Program
Application Fee$30
General Fees
Registration Fee$20/semester
Educational Support Fee$25/semester
Student Services Fee$72/semester
Student Association Fee$45/semester
Tuition Fees
Québec ResidentNo tuition
Non-Québec Resident $1,684/semester
International Student$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change
Full-Time in an AEC Program
Application Fee$30
General Fees
Registration Fee$20/semester
Educational Support Fee$25/semester
Student Services Fee$72/semester
Student Association Feen/a
Tuition Fees
Québec ResidentNo tuition
Non-Québec Resident $1,684/semester
International Student$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change
Part-Time in an AEC Program
Application Fee$30
General Fees
Registration Fee$5/course
Educational Support Fee$6/course
Student Services Fee$18/course
Student Association Feen/a
Tuition Fees
Québec ResidentNo tuition
Non-Québec Resident $8.22/course hour
International Student$32.20 to $49.92 per course hour. Fees vary according to program. Fees subject to change
APPLICATION FEE

REGISTRATION FEE

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT FEE

STUDENT SERVICE FEE

STUDENT ASSOCIATION FEE

NON-QUEBEC RESIDENT

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

How to Register

Online Registration
  • Verify the admission requirements
  • Select a program and course(s)
  • Click the “register button” above which will bring you to “MIA online registration portal”
  • Click “Personal file”
  • Click “First-time access” if you have never used the Continuing Education online system before, and complete the information requested
  • For returning Continuing Education online system users, proceed to “Enter your email address and password” and click “connect”. Verify that information is correct and click “save”
  • Select your courses then click “confirm registration”
  • Verify that the information is correct and click “continue”
  • Follow and complete the required information
  • Pay fees using MasterCard/Visa
  • Upload your documents within 48 hours of your registration using the “Required Documents” tab above


Required Documents

You must provide ALL documents listed under your status

Born in Quebec
  • Your valid Québec birth certificate (indicating parents’ names)
  • If you graduated or received an equivalent diploma outside of Québec, your statement of marks or transcript of grades proving completion of Secondary studies.
Born in Canada, but Not Quebec
  • Your valid birth certificate (indicating parents’ names)
  • One of your parents’ valid Medicare card (if living with your parents) or your valid Medicare card (if no longer living with your parents)
  • If you graduated or received an equivalent diploma outside of Québec, your statement of marks or transcript of grades proving completion of Secondary studies.
Born Outside of Canada, but Are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Your valid birth certificate (indicating parents’ names) in English or French
  • Canadian citizenship card/paper (both sides) OR permanent residency card/paper (both sides)
  • CSQ (Certificat de Sélection) – Preferred option if available
    OR
  • One of your parents’ valid Medicare card (if living with your parents) or your valid Medicare card (if no longer living with your parents) – if you do not have a CSQ
  • If you graduated or received an equivalent diploma outside of Québec, your statement of marks or transcript of grades proving completion of Secondary studies.
Confirmation of Quebec Resident Status

The rules that apply to the definition of Québec resident status are set by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur. Students are responsible for confirming their status and providing their educational institutions with the required documents.

If you do not qualify for Québec resident status or do not provide the required documents upon registration, you must pay the additional tuition fees applicable to students who are not deemed residents in Québec.

Students who do not have Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status are subject to International tuition fees.

Only students with a student visa and C.A.Q. valid until May 20, 2022, and medical insurance are permitted to register in credit courses. Documentation must be presented at the time of registration.

Document Submission

All new students and students who attended John Abbott College prior to the Winter 2021 semester, must provide documents online by clicking UPLOAD DOCUMENTS ONLINE, or by email to  rorecords@johnabbott.qc.ca

Course Withdrawal

To officially withdraw from a course, students must submit a written request, by the deadline of Friday, February 18, 2022, and include their name, student ID and course number by email to rorecords@johnabbott.qc.ca. Not attending classes or notifying the teacher only does not constitute formal course withdrawal.

Evening Credit course(s) dropped on or before the withdrawal deadline will not show on student’s transcript. Failing grade (EC/Echec) will appear on the transcript for any course not officially withdrawn.

Note: Full-time DEC students who drop a course below the minimum full-time course load or whose attendance is not confirmed will see their status changed to part-time. Tuition fees will be re-calculated and charged accordingly.

Application fee Non-refundable
Registration fee Non-refundable
Tuition fee Full refund before drop deadline / NO REFUND after drop deadline
Educational Support fee and Student Services fee and Student Association fee Full refund before the first scheduled class / 50% refund before drop deadline / NO REFUND after drop deadline

IMPORTANT: Refunds are done by cheque in the name of the student and mailed to the address on Omnivox. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for the processing of the refund.



Course Cancellations

Courses may be cancelled at any time prior to the start of classes due to insufficient enrollment. Students registered in any cancelled course will be contacted and their general and tuition fees will be refunded in full. The application fee is non-refundable.



Contact Us

For assistance during your registration appointment, you must follow the instructions below. Please note that there will be no in-person assistance with registration. 

Send an email to – ceregistration@johnabbott.qc.ca

SUBJECT OF EMAIL: 

Your full name, Student ID number (if a returning JAC student), your program

BODY OF EMAIL:  1) clearly identify what problem you are encountering during your registration. 2) Phone number where you can be reached.

You will receive an automated reply with a ticket number. DO NOT SEND MULTIPLE EMAILS. If you need to add additional information, or if you forgot to include any of the details above, you can reply to the automated message. You must include your ticket number in the subject line. 

IMPORTANT – be sure to check your “junk folder” for any emails from the registration helpline 

You can also try calling the registration helpline – 514-457-6610 local 5266 or 5267. 



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