Fall Open House – Saturday, October 21 from noon until 4 p.m.
Winter Open House – Wednesday, January 31 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
SRAM Winter 2024 applications open September 20, 2023!
Deadline for applications to Round 1 : November 1, 2023, 23 h 59
Round 1 admission answers available on admission.sram.qc.ca : November 16, 2023
Deadline for applications to Round 2 : November 27, 2023, 23 h 59
Round 2 admission answers available on admission.sram.qc.ca : December 9, 2023
Guidance Counsellor Day – Friday, November 3, 2023
Details will be sent by email.
Student for a Day
Students can sign up on the website.
Our New Student Guide has moved online
This useful online resource contains all of the information incoming students needs to begin studying at John Abbott College. Information about attendance confirmation and payment, as well as placement testing can also be found here johnabbott.qc.ca/getstarted
For any questions, please call us at 514-457-2000. This line is exclusively for Guidance Counsellors. Please do not share this phone number with students or parents.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the following “Guidance Counsellor Contact Form”. We are currently creating a new contact information spreadsheet for all guidance counsellors, and we will use this updated information to stay in touch with you.
Contains information on all programs and services offered at John Abbott College. JAC Viewbook
JAC Fact Sheet
Contains numbers and stats about John Abbott College, our program prerequisites, an overview of our student resources and services, and much more. Don’t know much about JAC? This document is a great start! JAC Fact Sheet
The Academic Calendar contains every important date for the fall and winter semesters of the current year. ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Getting Started at JAC - New Student Information
This useful online resource contains all of the information incoming students needs to begin studying at John Abbott College. Information about attendance confirmation and payment, as well as placement testing can also be found here. www.johnabbott.qc.ca/getstarted
The Course Calendar contains a semester-by-semester breakdown of the classes offered in each program, complete with class descriptions. Our new online version allows for easy navigation of the courses offered and ensures that we always have the most up-to-date information for our students.
The pre-university programs at John Abbott College are a gateway to a successful university education. These two-year (4 semesters) programs provide students with a solid academic foundation and equip them with the proper tools for a smooth transition to university studies. The pre-university programs combine core courses, which will vary depending on the program of enrolment (see specific program for details), and general education courses.
For our Pre-U Programs at a glance, check out our Pre-U one-pager.
The career programs at John Abbott College are specifically formatted to give students the knowledge and experience necessary for joining the workforce directly upon graduation. With a more hands-on approach, these programs emphasize the development of skills and aptitudes invaluable to becoming a productive member of the working world. These programs run for a duration of 3 years (6 semesters) and are made up of a fine balance between program-specific core courses and general education courses.
For our Career Programs at a glance, check out our Career Programs one-pager.
Information about how General Education and concentration courses fit together as a program.
Professional Theatre Audition Handbook
Students wishing to be admitted to the Professional Theatre program must first undergo an audition or interview. All of the necessary information regarding this step in the admission process can be found in this handbook, click here.
JAC Program Quotas and Grade Cut-offs
This table contains information about our admissions quotas as well as the latest grade cut-offs for each of our programs. Click here
Programs with Special Requirements
JAC Student for a Day
Scholarships and Financial Aid
JAC Financial Assistance Services provides all essential information on the different financial assistance programs to which John Abbott students may apply. FAS provides advice on the options available to students and assistance with the various application procedures for financial aid.
Residence / Housing
John Abbott College offers the finest in on-campus accommodation with our Stewart apartments. The building provides housing to 195 full-time students in fully furnished apartment-style living. The building is connected to the rest of the College allowing easy access to classrooms, the library, as well as the Casgrain Sports Centre. Click here
SRAM Jumpstart to college guide
A comprehensive guide to Cegep for beginners. A great resource for students in need of general information. https://www.sram.qc.ca/what-is-sram/jumpstart-to-college
Phone: (514) 457-6610 ext. 5355, 5358 or 5361
Our Admissions Team:
- Sarah Dias – Admissions Officer | email@example.com | 514.457.6610 x5361
- Patricia Spassatempo – Admissions Officer | firstname.lastname@example.org | 514.457.6610 x5355
- Kelly Beausejour – Admissions Clerk| email@example.com | 514.457.6610 x5358
- Wendy Stoddart – Scheduling and Admissions Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kim Rousseau – Dean of Academic Systems | email@example.com
GC Day 2022
Past GC Days
Highlights from JAC’s Health-related programs
Fostering Student Engagement
Scenographic Arts & Technologies Video with link to YouTube video
Admissions presentation and Q+A
New Pharmacy Technology program
Academic Dean Update: College Life in the Time of COVID -2020
FOST (Faculty Online Support Team) and the transition to remote teaching and learning – 2020
Admissions: Application StrategiesAdmissions: Q and A – 2020