The History of Campus Notre Dame de Foy
The Notre-Dame-de-Foy Campus was founded in 1965 under the name of École normale de Notre-Dame-de-Foy . The campus has been classified as a heritage site by the Ministry of Culture and Communications on1 st September 20162 .
The Campus Information Technology Service aims to facilitate the integration of new information and communication technologies (ICT) both at the educational and administrative levels. The service assumes the management of all information resources, information technology, telecommunications, reprography and audiovisual. The CNDF computer park includes more than 800 computers and more than 50 printers. All Campus pavilions are equipped with wireless terminals.
Life in Campus Notre Dame de Foy
The Notre-Dame-de-Foy Campus is a private college-level educational institution recognized for the quality of its teaching, its human environment and its personalized support.
Nearly 1,200 students attend the CNDF daily during the school year and about 250 of them choose to live there in residence. These are young people from the Quebec region, others from distant regions or even from foreign countries who rub shoulders during their studies at the CNDF.
In a unique environment and close to downtown Quebec, the Notre-Dame-de-Foy Campus is one of the most beautiful places of education in Quebec. Rising on the cliff, between the Saint-Laurent river and Lake Saint-Augustin, this exceptional site looks like a large park where calm and natural beauty encourage study.
ranking in the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities West, #51.
Applicant with a high school diploma: no document to provide.
Candidate currently studying at an adult education center: the official list of courses you are taking. This list must be issued by your adult education center and the course numbers must be indicated.
Applicant holding a Secondary School Equivalency Certificate (AENS): the results obtained in the equivalence tests.
Candidate currently attending college (or having studied at college): no document to provide
Applicant currently studying at university (or having studied at university level): copy of your last transcript or bulletin.
Applicant who has successfully completed other training related to the program requested: copy of training certificates.