RTC OPUS CARDS:
Students arriving to SLC have to have their pictures taken on Welcome Evening or the first few days of class. The OPUS card prepared for them will be used throughout their 2 to 3 years of study at SLC.
We are now part of the new program abonne bus. Students may purchase their montly pass online. For more info, please go to the RTC website.
Site WEB du RTC dans la section Tarifs/L’abonne BUS pour y trouver toute l’information à jour. Ils peuvent s’inscrire à une liste de rappel qui les informera lorsque ce sera le temps de compléter leur inscription pour L’abonne BUS. http://www.rtcquebec.ca/Tarifs/LabonneBUS/LabonneBUS%C3%89tudiant/tabid/603/Default.aspx
Lockers are assigned to students by the Student ActivitiesDepartment in room 272. It is highly recommended that you bring a lock with you and put it on your locker immediately on Welcome Day. This is the best way to avoid locker problems on the first day of classes.
You must keep the locker assigned to you. If you do not have a locker or would like to make a change you must see Joanne Gosselin in room 272. Locks may be cut if found on the wrong locker. We remind you that lockers are school property and should a search become necessary, St. Lawrence reserves the right to take appropriate action. Lockers must be vacated by the last day of classes in May. The first week of June all lockers are emptied of their contents, cleaned and repaired for the Fall semester. We are not responsible for contents left in lockers. . Note that the lockers in the shower rooms are for the use of physical education classes only.
There are 5 to 10 spaces available to students. There is a lottery held the first week of the semester for these spaces. Please go to the Reception Desk for more details. Since parking space is limited, please note that priority is given to staff members. Parking spaces can also be rented at neighboring apartments: Pavillon Montcalm (418) 656-0553 and Société Immobilière Dupont, there is a parking area down on rue Galvani (418) 653-7458 rates as of January 1st 2014 160$ pers session. Do not park at the Pyramid. They will tow your car immediately.
Every Monday, the SLC Newsletter is sent to you my email from Student Activities. This document contains information, such as: information from Academic Services and Admissions, upcoming activities, guest speakers, news from the Student Council, information from the various sports teams and cultural activities, job offers, scholarships, etc. Please make sure that you receive the newsletter. If, by the first week of school, you have not received any newsletter in your inbox, then it is most likely that it went to your junk mail. Please look for it and unblock us. Students are responsible for getting essential information. We do our best to keep you posted, but you must also do your best to keep informed.
Used book sale
Twice a year, usually on Welcome Day, a used book sale is organized down in the cafeteria or in the gym. It is flee market style, which means you just come with your books. Each book must have your name, phone number and price, written in pencil, inside the cover. A list of books sold at the bookstore for the semester is also made available giving everyone an idea of what books will be used that semester and the cost of the books sold new. For more info see Joanne Goselin in room 272 firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two other ways to sell your books:
You may sell your books on the SLC Portal. Go to your SLC Portal, in the left hand menu under: My Omnivox Services you will see a second hand books tab. Just follow the instructions.
The second option is posting an add on the bulletin board in the cafeteria, next to the microwaves.