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Student card

SITUATIONS IN WHICH THE CARD IS MANDATORY

You will need it, for example:

  • To identify yourself during in-class examinations or to a security officer or any other official School representative;
  • To borrow documents at the Library;
  • To participate in certain HEC Montréal activities;
  • To rent audiovisual equipment;
  • To access computer labs, the HEC Montréal buildings outside normal business hours, and the CEPSUM sports complex at the University of Montreal).

The student card is actually two cards in one. On one side is the HEC Montréal student card and on the other is the Coop HEC Montréal card (in French only). However, you’re under no obligation to become a Coop HEC Montréal member.

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To get or modify your card

Go to the places and on the dates indicated.

  • Show your valid photo ID.
  • Provide you student number.
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Fall Term

In August

Go to Espace Création C in the Library.

  • Monday, August 23 and Tuesday, August 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (newly admitted students)
  • Monday, August 30 and Tuesday, March 31 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (All)
  • Wednesday, September 8 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (All)
Starting on September 9
Go to the Coop HEC Montréal bookstore (in French only) in the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building. Check out the opening hours (in French only).
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Winter Term

More information coming soon.

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Summer Term

More information coming soon.

 

Please note

  • The student card is the property of HEC Montréal. It must be returned on request.
  • In the event you lose your card, you will have to pay $10 to get a new one.

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