What You Need Before You Apply

Required Documents

For Canadian and Quebecers, you may need to take a written language test to determine your proficiency in the chosen language of instruction. This test, or the standardized test, allows us to adapt your academic track to your needs so that you can obtain your Diploma of College Studies (DCS).

Processing Time

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You can apply anytime for any future starting semester.

The registration period at LaSalle College, contrary to other college level institutions, is open all year round.

We do our best to process all applications as quickly as possible. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible to ensure a spot in your desired semester.

We begin to process applications once we have received:

  • all validated documents, and
  • the payment of the admission fee.

Note: Some files may require additional processing time. Processing time may be extended during the period before the August and January terms.

Upcoming Back-to-School Dates

LaSalle College has three annual start dates: fall, winter and summer semesters.

Here are the upcoming start dates for the Montréal and for the Laval campuses:

  • Summer Semester | ACS
  • Fall Semester | DCS
  • Fall Semester | ACS

Admission process steps

1. Application and admission fees received

2. File created

3. Email sent to candidate specifying documents to provide

4. All requested documents received

5. Auditor validates all documents

6. If file is approved, educational services contract is created

7. Approved file sent to admissions advisor

8. Educational services contract sent to candidate for signature

9. Signed contract received and registration fees paid

10. Registration confirmed

Learn more about the admission process

Consult our FAQ about admissions


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Important note:

The available programs may not be the same every semester.

If there is a difference between the information provided by the Tuition Fee Calculator and the official information on the educational services contract, the contract will be the official reference.

The College reserves the right to change the tuition and fees published in the Tuition Fee Calculator without notice.

Language Requirements and Tests

Before beginning their studies at LaSalle College, students enrolled in a DCS program might be required to take a written language test to assess their proficiency in the chosen language of instruction.

This test, or placement test, allows us to adapt their academic track to their needs so that they can obtain their Diploma of College Studies (DCS).

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