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    University of Alberta
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

General Information


Return to: Faculté Saint-Jean (English)  

 

Calendrier académique 2016-2017   

Linguistic Policy

At Faculté Saint-Jean all courses, except English courses, are taught in French. French is also the language used by the administrators, the professors and the support staff.

Students at Faculté Saint-Jean must, at all times, respect the French character of the institution.

Services

  1. Library Facilities: The University of Alberta library system makes available to the professors and students of Faculté Saint-Jean a library well stocked with books in the humanities and social sciences, in the pure sciences, and in education including a collection of pedagogical materials and juvenile literature. Works may be consulted on the premises or may be available for lending. All students also have access to the libraries on the west campus of the University of Alberta.

  2. Counselling: Student Counselling Services offers a wide range of counselling services directed at helping students who are experiencing personal or academic difficulties. These services are offered in French at Faculté Saint-Jean.
  3. Residence: The residence is a service which complements the educational experience offered by Faculté Saint-Jean. Students who ask for admission to the residence commit themselves to the active pursuit of the goals of the residence, namely, to live and study in a French environment. The residence is on the Faculté campus and can accommodate approximately 100 students. More detailed information may be obtained at Service des Résidences, 214 Résidence Saint-Jean (780) 466-3824.

    Students who are not interested in living in residence can find rooms in private homes or in apartments near the Faculté Saint-Jean campus.
  4. Mini-bus service: Faculté Saint-Jean is located at 8406-91 Street (about six kilometers east of the main University campus). This does not preclude the possibility of students following courses at Faculté Saint-Jean and in another Faculty of the University, since a mini-bus service is provided between courses.

Scholarships and Awards  

See www.registrarsoffice.ualberta.ca/Scholarships-and-Awards.aspx for general information concerning undergraduate awards.

See www.csj.ualberta.ca for information concerning Faculté Saint-Jean awards.