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Student Life

Student cards, lockers, IT services, school materials, and books—this section has all the essential information you need about student life.

Accident insurance

Both full-time and part-time students are covered in case of an accident when they are on the ÉTS campus, as well as when travelling between their home and the School.

Inform the Prevention and Safety Office as soon as possible.

To contact the Prevention and Safety Office

  • On the ÉTS campus: Extension 8900
  • Off campus or from the residences: 514-396-8900
  • In case of emergency (from internal phones only): Dial 55
  • In person: Go to Pavilion A, 1100 Notre-Dame Street West, Room A-0110 (immediately to the left of the main entrance)

The Prevention and Safety Office will dispatch security officers to respond and provide you with the necessary assistance. They will also fill out an accident report, which will serve as supporting documentation for a claim to your insurer.

Depending on the urgency and severity of the situation, you can always call 911.

To submit an insurance claim, you must submit a completed claim form with the required supporting documentation to the insurer within 90 days of the accident. To reach Industrial Alliance, call 1-888-266-2224 Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Group insurance

Health and dental

ÉTS Student Association members are covered by a group insurance plan. All members, except international students, are invoiced and enrolled in the health and dental care plan administered by the Alliance pour la santé étudiante au Québec (ASEQ – Alliance for Student Health in Québec).

You can request that ASEQ remove this coverage before the withdrawal deadline, approximately 30 days after the semester starts. You cannot change your coverage in a subsequent semester (for example, if you withdraw during the fall semester, you cannot re-enroll during the winter semester).

For any additional questions, contact ASEQ directly or see the “Services” section of the student association website.

Communauté étudiante internationale

International students are only invoiced for and enrolled in the dental care portion of ASEQ group insurance plan. However, those who are eligible for RAMQ may choose to join the ASEQ healthcare plan within 30 days of enrolling in RAMQ. For more information, visit the “Insurance and healthcare” page dedicated to the international student community.

Student cards

ÉTS provides each student with a student card, which gives you access to the laboratories and various services (Library, Prevention and Safety Office, Sports Centre, Co-op ÉTS, etc.). It can also be used as a debit card at some photocopiers.

  1. Log in to the MonÉTS portal.
  2. Open the “Uploading your photo” page.
  3. Upload an ID photo according to the instructions.
  4. Upload a photo of an ID document according to the instructions.
  5. Send the documents.

Your documents will then be verified by an authorized individual. If your documents are in order, you’ll receive a confirmation email and your student card will either be mailed to you (if you have a Canadian address) or be available for pickup at the Prevention and Safety Office, Access Management, in Room A-0135 (if you have an international address). If your documents are not approved, you’ll receive a rejection email and will have to start the process again.

Important!

Your student card will not be created until your photo has been submitted and approved.

In case of loss, a $15 replacement fee will be charged to issue a new card.

If you have any questions, please contact access management at: gestion-acces@etsmtl.ca.

Lockers

Lockers are shared by two people and are available exclusively to undergraduate students. To reserve a locker, you must first know the name and permanent code of the person you want to share it with.

Reservations are made via MonÉTS under the “My account” tab, starting on the first day of each semester.

Note that the ÉTS Sports Centre also rents lockers on the third floor of Pavilion B. Visit the reception desk for more information.

Campus events

Every week, ÉTS services and departments offer many activities on campus. Check out the events calendar to learn more about upcoming events.

The ÉTS Sports Centre also offers a wide range of activities, including group classes, drop-in activities, and sports clubs.

Back-to-school activities

At the beginning of each semester, a number of cultural, sports, and social activities are organized on campus so that ÉTS students can get the full orientation experience. Visit the “Welcome to ÉTS” section for the complete schedule.

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Financing your studies

Sound financial planning is a crucial step in ensuring peace of mind and allowing you to focus fully on your studies.

Want to know more about the scholarships available to ÉTS students, the Québec government’s loans and bursaries program, the payment of tuition fees, the cost of education, or the Financial Support Fund? You can find all the answers to your questions in the “Scholarships, finances and budget” section.

Housing

Can’t find a place to live? Don’t have a place yet in one of the ÉTS university residences? Need to find temporary accommodations? You’ll find the information you need on the “Living in Montréal” page.

Do you need help finding housing? A resource person from the Office of Student Life (OSL) is available to provide you with tips, advice, and back-to-school assistance. Make an appointment now.

Computers, books, and school supplies

Required purchases for your courses 

For all students (with the exception of those engaged solely in research activities):

You must have a laptop to participate in all teaching and evaluation activities. Check out the “Technical support” section for information on recommended configurations.

You’ll need the TI-Nspire CX CAS calculator(in French) from Texas Instruments for your first math and science classes.

Students enrolled in the Technological Academic Path:

To enter certain laboratories, you must have shoes with toe protection as well as protective goggles.

While some purchases are required before classes begin, it’s best to wait until after your first class before purchasing your books and materials. Then you’ll know the specific requirements of each course for your books, course notes, or computer equipment. Also note that multiple computer labs are available all semester long.

  • Purchase your textbooks through the Lexya platform.
  • Become a member of Co-op ÉTS to get school supplies and books at low prices. By becoming a member, you’ll enjoy significant savings while encouraging a cooperative, democratic, and equitable enterprise. Co-op ÉTS contributes to developing the student community by providing jobs and giving back a portion of their sales in the form of scholarships, donations, or sponsorships to student organizations.

Copies of all required textbooks for all ÉTS courses are available in the library. To meet your needs throughout the semester, a few copies are available for 72-hour loans at the reservation desk behind the circulation counter.

The library also gives you access to all kinds of specialized engineering documentation, mostly in electronic format. To access these electronic resources from home, set up off-campus access on your web browser.

Digital services

Before you start the school year, set up your devices with multi-factor authentication (in French).

Then familiarize yourself with everything digital services has to offer, including the MonÉTS portal, learning tools, and the GUS knowledge base.

Don’t forget to set up your email address. This will enable you to receive all official communications from your professors as well as those from the School’s various services and departments, such as internships!

Wi-Fi: Connect to ÉTS!

On campus, Wi-Fi is available in all pavilions.

Transportation

Société de transport de Montréal (STM) offers a reduced rate for full-time ÉTS students, regardless of age. You can now apply for or renew your OPUS card at a reduced rate via MonÉTS, under the “My documents” tab. It’s easy, online, and fast!

International students

There is another option available to you if you don’t have a credit card with a Québec billing address. You must go to the STM photo studio (follow the directions on their website) and present your school attendance certificate, which is available on Signets or at the Registrar’s Office.

For more information on the reduced-fare OPUS card, visit the STM website.

Through the Public Transit Incentive Program, you can also get a discount by purchasing your tickets at Co-op ÉTS.

Secure bike racks are available in the indoor parking lots of pavilions A, B, and E. A number of other measures have been implemented at ÉTS to encourage active transportation.

Discounts on seasonal memberships to the BIXI bike-sharing system are also available to the ÉTS community at the beginning of the season.

ÉTS offers indoor parking for cars, motorcycles, and bikes in pavilions A, B, and E. See the “Parking” page for full details on rates and permits.