PACC is dedicated to assisting students to succeed. To this end we promote
Collaborative decision making
High performance expectations
Emphasis on positive student behavior
Close ties to community, industry and public sector stakeholders
We prepare students with the skills, knowledge, values and experiences to allow them to be successful in their chosen career. Graduates should be able to:
Exhibit a professional set of competencies
Demonstrate a code of professional ethics
Collaborate in teamwork situations
Adapt to change
Develop an appreciation of lifelong learning
Master an appropriate use of technology
Tuition fees are paid by the Ministry of Education of Québec for all Québec residents who are qualified to enter a particular program.
Workbooks and some materials are supplied at a minimal cost by the Lester B. Pearson School Board. These materials are essential to success in the program and students are expected to purchase all necessary materials. Students receiving social assistance may be given some books and materials on loan which must be returned at the end of the program. Students who damage books/materials or fail to return them will be required to pay the full cost of replacement. A deposit may be required in order to borrow textbooks and equipment.
The request to open a file is not refundable and is due upon registration at the Admissions Office (W.A.A.V.E. located in the PACC building). All other Centre fees are due on the day you register. (Note: In programs that require medical certificates, it is the responsibility of the student to take the necessary steps to complete these forms and have them available when classes begin. Students will not participate in a stage and may be removed from the program until the file is complete.)