The ideal local campus, the perfect choice for students living nearby.
Students on the Laval Campus have two options. They can do all or only some of their coursework in Laval.
For some programs, students can take all their courses on the Laval Campus.
See the Admission website for information on undergraduate programs offered on the Laval Campus.
See the Admission website for information on Master's and PhD-level programs offered on the Laval Campus.
Students in some programs take courses in both Laval and Montreal.
The courses in these programs are offered either on the Laval Campus or at the program faculty in Montreal.
See the list of all the programs offered in part on the Laval Campus.
You’ll find everything you need right here to help you succeed in your studies and enjoy a rewarding student life.
The handy reception service is located on Floor 2, a one-stop shop for all your administrative requests: appointments for questions about your student file and student services, reservations for lockers and teamwork rooms, etc.
Contact information and hours
Telephone: 450 686-4777
Monday to Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The bookstore sells textbooks and course notes, stationery, stethoscopes (by special order), books for the general public and a fine collection of clothing and other accessories in UdeM colours. Students can pick up what they need without having to go all the way to Montréal.
Contact information and hours
Telephone: (514) 343-6111, ext. 45158
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed Saturday and Sunday)
Consultation and pick-up of examinations and assignments (FSI)
This service is for students in the Faculty of Nursing (FSI). If you wish to be allowed to consult examinations and assignments, be sure to make your request during the regulation consultation period. Allow two working days for a reply when making an appointment. Click on this link to make an appointment: laval.datedechoix.com.
Les Belles Soirées lecture series
Schedule and description of activities on the Laval Campus.
Causeries du savoir Lectures
These free lectures are presented by UdeM teachers, experts in fields of study at the Laval campus, which are particularly relevant to the general public.
Next conference (november 2019).
The Library meets the various needs of students and faculty on the Laval Campus. Users can get help with research, as well as enjoying the range of comfortable facilities: teamwork rooms, a reading lounge and individual study area. They can work at the Library on their own laptops or use one of the computers available to them.
Users have access to printed and electronic collections on site, in addition to those in the entire UdeM library system. Every term, the Library offers training sessions to help students conduct their research more efficiently and properly cite sources.
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Ombudsman’s mandate is to ensure that any situation experienced by any member of the university community is handled in a fair and equitable manner by the university administration. The Ombudsman is available on the Laval Campus for consultations in room 2153 on Wednesday every week. Alternatively, you can call 514 343-2100 to make an appointment for another day.
You must first open an electronic account on the Printing service self-serve site and make sure there are funds in it. There are three self-serve printing and scanning terminals on the campus: one in room 2160, another across from that room on Floor 2, and another in the Library. You can also print or photocopy documents at the Bookstore or reception counter, on Floor 2, for a fee.
The Registrar’s Office handles academic administrative matters and processes student data in keeping with the academic regulations of the different teaching departments.
Students can get their student cards and official documents (registration, transcripts, etc.) and submit any requests concerning their files, at the reception counter on Floor 2.
Contact information and hours
There are teamwork rooms available for students on the Laval Campus.
Businesses and community organizations
The Laval Campus rents premises to outside organizations for business activities, depending on the availability of premises; priority is always given to teaching and research needs.
Booking form and rates
Fax: 450 686-2300
Satellite neuropsychology clinic
The satellite neuropsychology clinic is a centre for university-level teaching and training, which also offers neuropsychological assessment and intervention services for the public.
Children, teenagers, adults and seniors dealing with one or more of the following:
- learning, adaptation or behavioural problems;
- intellectual disabilities;
- autism spectrum disorders;
- mental health problems, neurological or degenerative disorders.
Supervision of interns
Services are provided by students in the professional doctorate in psychology (DPsy) program, clinical neuropsychology option, under the supervision of experienced neuropsychologists, all members of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec.
By appointment only
Services offered from September to late June
Neuropsychological assessment: $500
Young professionals also offer services for more complex or urgent problems, year round, at a rate of $1000.
Telephone: 514 343-7725
The operations of the satellite neuropsychology clinic are overseen by the University Psychology Clinic on the Montréal Campus.
To stay in shape or just play their favourite sports, students and employees have access to modern facilities right near the campus. Of course you’re also welcome to use the CEPSUM centre in Montreal. And thanks to a partnership between UdeM and Collège Montmorency, you have access to the College’s sports facilities, just one block away. The CEPSUM also offers Zumba, yoga and other courses directly on the Laval Campus during certain terms.
The different student associations organize student activities of all kinds. Their offices are on Floor 6.
The Fédération des associations étudiantes du campus de l’Université de Montréal (FAÉCUM) represents undergraduate and graduate departmental and faculty student associations, as well as individual student members.
There are all kinds of services available at the FAÉCUM counter: photocopies, printing, scanning, agendas for sale, tickets for various activities and trips, stamps, calculators to borrow, etc. It’s also a great place for students to chat and get information.
The Faculty of Continuing Education gives many courses on the Laval Campus, and Cont Ed students are happy to have its student association here. The Association générale des étudiants et étudiantes de la Faculté d’éducation permanente (AGEEFEP) is located on Floor 6.
The other student associations on campus share room 6266. For information, drop in and see them or contact Simon Lapporte, co-ordinator of campus life with the FAECUM, at 514 343-5947.
Student file management
Student file management technicians (TGDEs) are on hand to help students with academic questions. The different TGDEs attached to the programs offered on the Laval Campus are listed below:
Diane Lacoste, (514) 343-6111, ext. 45188
- Bachelor’s in psychology
- PhD in psychology, clinical neuropsychology option
France Leblanc, (514) 343-6111, ext. 38767
- Bachelor’s in preschool and elementary education
Anna Mouketou, (514) 343-6111, ext. 45150
- Bachelor’s in nursing
- Bachelor’s in nursing (DEC-Bac)
- Certificate in psychoeducational intervention
Fabienne Lescot, (514) 343-6111, ext. 45152
- Bachelor’s in elementary special needs teaching
- Master's in psychoeducation
- Short graduate program in psychoeducation
Marie-Eve Lamoureux, (514) 343-6111, ext. 45184
- Bachelor’s in social work
- Major in criminology
Nadège Brulé, (514) 343-6111, ext. 45199
Study management and student success advisor with SAFIRE
- Preparatory year
- Additional training
- Minor in arts and science
You have access to a range of services, resources and advisors to help meet your needs and concerns.
- Reception and integration: support for new students, cultural activities, off-campus housing, international student services, Maison internationale, humanitarian and community action
- Socioeconomic resources: financial assistance, scholarships and bursaries, work/study programs
- Centre étudiant de soutien à la réussite (CÉSAR): academic and career guidance and information, employment, support for disabled students, learning support, written communication centre
- Health and psychological consultation centre: nutritional advice and psychological consultations
Contact information and hours
Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (lunchtime may vary) (closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Paid underground parking lot with 300 spots. Enter via boulevard de l’Avenir, southbound only.
Since 2011, the cutting-edge campus has been offering various study programs and turning out talented graduates. Nearly 5,000 students attend classes here every term.
In addition to classrooms, there are 22 specialized rooms, 6 amphitheatres, teamwork rooms, a dining area, a student lounge, an agora and underground parking.
Set in the heart of the Cité du savoir and linked by a tunnel to the Montmorency metro station, the campus is easily accessible.