Found 30 years ago from a strong desire to provide the community with education and training, TAV has developed into a comprehensive college, offering courses to a large multi-ethnic body of students. From its beginning as an affiliate of Champlain College, TAV College is now a private CEGEP recognized and accredited for subsidies from the Quebec Ministry of Education. Today TAV College boasts a brand new 65,000 Square foot, building, annexing our original campus on Decarie Boulevard. This state-of- the-art building houses four science laboratories and facilities for our Career and Pre-university programs.



TAV College is a government-accredited private college situated in the Côte-des-Neiges-Snowdon district of Montreal. TAV prides itself on being a multicultural institution, where students from diverse backgrounds contribute to a rich and fulfilling educational experience. The aim of our college is to help individuals realize their full potential, academically and personally, while respecting their cultural and ethnic diversity. A broader goal is to establish the college as a community resource center for lifelong learning. TAV emphasizes excellence in teaching and academic standards and encourages interaction between faculty and students.



The ultimate goal of the College is to train people who are competent, responsible, and well integrated into Quebec society. Through this, the College aims to:

• provide students with the foundation necessary for developing critical thinking skills as well as independence;
• allow them to develop themselves personally, academically and professionally;
• nourish and stimulate their intellectual and interpersonal curiosities;
• stimulate a desire to discover Quebec society as well as integrate into it.



To achieve our goals, the College consistently supports its Educational Project. The project is based on four essential foundation elements in which all students and staff work, in conjunction, to support:

• Personal commitment
• The development of the individual
• Awareness of others and our environment
• Opening up to the world

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