Montreal Tech allegedly not offering full complement of courses, students unable to graduate

December 4, 2020
CBC reports that Montreal Tech College is still not offering its full complement of courses after suspending classes in March. Montreal Tech students say that they have been unable to finish classes that would allow them to graduate, despite the college saying it would resume classes in September. When the college resumed, only a limited number of courses were offered online and these did not start until November. College owner David-Simon Boisvert stated that 10 out of 14 courses have resumed, and that the college is preparing to start the new semester in January. Boisvert added that the college may need to push the start date back to February to allow international students time to quarantine. CBC says that the Ministry of Higher Education is aware of the complaints. CBC (QC)