Our Re-entry Plan
Campus access strongly restricted. All curriculum delivered off-campus. All services delivered online or over the phone.
Campus access restricted. Curriculum delivered in flexible environment. Some labs and experiential learning take place on campus. Most services are delivered online or over the phone.
Enhanced public health protocols are in effect with increased access to certain areas and services.
No restrictions on campus access. Most curriculum delivery able to return to campus. In-person campus services resume.
COVID-19 Guidelines for Re-Entry
These Guidelines establish the priorities and principles underlying our response to COVID-19, explain our response to COVID-19, and contain useful information for students, employees, and the public.
Enhanced public health protocols are in effect
Access to campus
- no public access, except that members of the public:
- may dine in the Garden Court restaurant
- may access massage clinic services during massage clinic operating hours
- may have their vehicles serviced by the Crooks School of Transportation, by appointment
- may access the daycare if they are registered there
- may register and book appointments with college community programs such as Be Fit For Life.
- students and employees are only permitted on campus “with purpose” (see guidelines) and must have college ID on their person at all times
- class attendance will be taken
- employees are only permitted on campus “with purpose” (see guidelines) and must complete an attestation, scan their college ID upon entering a college building at one of the monitored building entrances, and have college ID on their person at all times
- students and employees are encouraged to park in lots closest to the building they are entering to allow for quick entry and exit, regardless of the lot indicated on their parking pass
- courses are delivered in a flexible model, with only labs and experiential learning occurring on campus (for more information, refer to the FAQs)
- instructors take attendance for in-person classes
- work-integrated learning students must follow the procedures of their workplace
- incoming and outgoing student exchanges are suspended
- most front-end services are delivered online or over the phone, with select services occurring face to face if appropriate protocols can be observed (e.g. curbside pickup or pre-booked appointments)
- limited food services offered in the cafeteria; no buffets or food stations
- athletic facilities will be open to student athletes during phase 2
- library and student gathering spaces are closed
- daycare is open to children of students and employees only
Residence and international students
- residences operate at reduced capacity with supports and designated spaces for students in isolation or quarantine
- residential space is provided for international students living in residence to self-isolate for at least 14 days upon arrival in Canada
- students must notify Residence Life staff if they become ill or symptomatic
- common residence halls are closed
Meetings, travel and events
- in-person meetings on campus are avoided and, where necessary, involve as few people as possible
- travel for work-integrated learning placements is allowed with dean approval; other domestic travel is approved by the appropriate Executive Leadership Team member; no international travel on college business is approved except in extenuating circumstances, by the President
- all travel must follow the protocols instituted by Institutional Compliance
- no college events unless appropriate protocols can be observed
- capital projects and contractor maintenance continue with appropriate protocols in place