Documents to present to the Registrar’s Office
First and foremost, it is important that you accept your offer of admission in monPortail, if you haven’t already done so. Soon after you accept your offer, you will get two emails: one from the Registrar’s Office explaining how to submit your legal documents and another from your faculty telling you how to enrol for courses. For any questions related to enrolment, please contact your program administration office.
When you arrive, you will need to jump through some mandatory administrative hoops to finalize your admission and enrolment for courses and in the health insurance plan.
Submitting your legal documents
You have to submit your study permit and your Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ – Québec acceptance certificate) to the Registrar’s Office as soon as you arrive. If you don’t complete your file by sending these in, it could have a serious impact on your studies.
Here is how to submit your legal documents for your first semester at Université Laval. What to do depends on your situation:
- For students admitted in the winter 2022 semester or later: In monPortail, go to “Études” (Studies), and submit your study permit and CAQ under the “Admission”
- For students admitted in the fall 2021 semester or earlier: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your study permit and CAQ as attachments.
Your faculty will complete your registration after your arrival, only after you have sent your legal documents to the Registrar’s Office by using this form and you have received confirmation that they have been processed. Exchange students cannot register through monPortail. Visit our Web page on course registration for more information.
Once your arrive in Canada, you will need to provide the following documents:
- A copy of your passport
- Depending on your case:
- A copy of your entry stamp indicating the arrival date
- A copy of your study permit
- A copy of you visitor record
- If you do not have any of the above 3 documents, you must provide a copy of your airline ticket indicating your arrival date, including the year.
You cannot submit your documents prior to your arrival.