Daily life

Do you need to reserve a locker or rent a parking space for your car or motorcycle? Do you need to reserve a space for your little one in childcare? Have you lost your student card? Here you will find all the information you need to facilitate your daily life.

Full-time or part-time students are protected in the event of an accident on campus and when travelling between ÉTS and home.

What to do in the case of an accident?

Inform the Security Service as quickly as possible. No matter where you are on campus, you can always contact the Prevention and Security Service, which will dispatch the required resources to the appropriate location. You could also call 911, depending on the urgency and severity of the situation.

To contact the Prevention and Security Service:

  • From the ÉTS campus: extension 8900
  • From outside the campus or from the residences: 514-396-8900
  • In case of emergency (from internal phones only): dial 55
  • Go to Pavilion A, located at 1100 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Room A-0110 (immediately to the left of the main entrance).

Security Officers will intervene and provide the required assistance. They will also fill out an accident report, which will serve as proof for the insurer.

Insurance claims

To file a claim, you must submit the duly completed claim form and the required supporting documents to the insurer within 90 days following the accident.

To contact an Industrial Alliance representative, call 1-888-266-2224 (Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

The financial aspect is often a determining factor in the pursuit and successful completion of your studies, and it is good to know that there are many sources of financing available. Student Services (SAÉ) offers personalized advice related to this subject, and will provide you with the right information. Contact SAÉ to make an appointment (514-396-8942 or by email).

The ÉTS Chartwells cafeteria offers a range of options for breakfast, lunch and supper for students and staff. Other services include a salad bar, a breakfast bar and a lunch counter.

ÉTS is located in close proximity to food markets, specialized grocery stores, fast-food restaurants, a bakery, convenience stores and more, so there are a wide variety of foods available.

There are also many good restaurants and snack bars in the surrounding area.

Members of the Student Association are covered by a group insurance plan. All members are invoiced and registered for the health and dental care plan administered by the Alliance pour la santé étudiante au Québec (ASÉQ – Alliance for Student Health in Québec)).

International students

International students, including those who are registered for a mobility program (short program, certificate), are automatically invoiced and registered for the ASÉQ coverage, which is optional. Students who determine that this coverage is not required are responsible for opting out of the plan by visiting www.santeetudiante.com.

Students who are registered for an integrated program, for which ÉTS usually assumes the tuition fees, are responsible for paying their own group insurance fees.

Only international students who are registered for ECH1 and ECH2 programs are not invoiced or registered for the group insurance plan.

For more information, please consult the Alliance pour la santé étudiante au Québec or the ÉTS Student Association, at 514-396-8883.

Les Technoflos childcare centre, located on the ÉTS campus, offers places in multi-age groups. Priority is given to ÉTS students and employees. Register a child.

Pavilions A, B and E offer indoor parking. Payment by Interac is preferred, but other methods of payment are also accepted.

Long-term

Indoor parking (single)

  • Per year: $1,642
  • Per session: $547
  • Per session (evening only): $317

Motorcycle

  • Per year: $511 (March 15 to November 30)
  • Per session: $232 (Summer session only)
  • Per session (evening only): NA

Bicycle*

  • Per year: $50
  • Per session: NA
  • Per session: NA

* The padlock provided by the Facility Assets Management Service is mandatory (all other padlocks are prohibited). A deposit of $30 is required upon signature of the contract, and will be reimbursed upon return of the key by the established deadline.

Short-term

Daily

  • Maximum per day: $15
  • Maximum per evening: $11
  • All rates are subject to change without notice.

To renew your bicycle parking contract, go to the Facility Assets Management Service (A-1410) between 8:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon or 1:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

To obtain a parking space for an automobile or motorcycle, contact parking@etsmtl.ca (Auxiliary Enterprises Service).

You can obtain all of your course materials at the ÉTS Coop bookstore, which is located on the ground floor of Pavilion B. ÉTS Coop is owned by its members, with which it shares any surpluses in the form of purchase rebates. Being a member has its benefits!

Start-of-session used book fair

Two times per year, Tributerre, the student sustainable development committee, working in collaboration with ÉTS Coop, organizes a used book fair. This is the perfect opportunity to get the textbooks you need and sell the ones you are no longer using.

The book fair is held at the beginning of the Fall and Winter sessions. Contact us for more information or to volunteer.

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) offers a reduced fare for full-time students registered at ÉTS, regardless of their age. You can now apply for or renew your photo OPUS card via Mon ÉTS, under the heading Mes documents. It’s easy, online and quick! For more information concerning the photo OPUS card, please visit the STM website.

ÉTS also offers an optional public transit program for students.

The Prevention and Security Service is responsible for the security of individuals and for the protection of the buildings on the ÉTS campus and their contents.


To contact the Prevention and Security Service by telephone:

  • From the ÉTS campus: extension 8900
  • From outside the campus or from the residences: 514-396-8900
  • In case of emergency (from internal phones only): dial 55.


To contact the Prevention and Security Service in person:

  • Go to Pavilion A, located at 1100 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Room A-0110 (immediately to the left of the main entrance).


For more information:

At the beginning of each session, the Student Association distributes student agendas free of charge. Go to the AÉÉTS office in Room A-1840 to get your copy. The rest of the year, the agenda can be purchased from ÉTS Coop. If you lose your copy, you will be charged a fee for a replacement.

ÉTS provides each student with a student card, which is mandatory when taking exams and accessing laboratories and other services (library, Security Service, Sports complex, ÉTS Coop, etc.). It can also be used as a debit card for certain photocopiers.

Where and when to obtain a student card

  • Go to the Facility Assets Management Service (Room A -1410) with one of the following:
  • Letter confirming your admission
  • Statement-Invoice
    AND one of the following documents:
  • Driver’s licence from a Canadian province
  • Health insurance card from a Canadian province
  • Canadian citizenship card
  • Passport
  • Any other official document that includes a photograph and indicates your date of birth (in French or English)

If there are any documents or payments missing from your file, you will not be able to obtain your student card. In the case of modifications to your student file, allow for a delay of 24 to 48 hours following the modifications for the card to be functional.

Business hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

'ÉTS fournit à chaque étudiant une carte étudiante, obligatoire lors des examens, pour avoir accès aux laboratoires et à divers services (bibliothèque, Service de la sécurité, Centre sportif, Coop ÉTS, etc.). Elle peut aussi être utilisée comme carte de débit pour certains photocopieurs.

Renewing your student card

In case of loss, a $15 fee will be charged for the new card. If you have any questions, please contact Lise Desjardins at 514-396-8800, extension 7623.