Our Current Status
Last Updated: September 2nd, 2021
We recommend immunization for all students, as authorized vaccines have proven to be highly effective at reducing serious outcomes from the COVID-19 virus.
While no single layer of protection against COVID-19 is perfect, when multiple layers of protection are combined, the risk of transmission is significantly reduced. Where possible, maintain distance from others.
Completing daily self-administered health checks, staying at home when sick, and practicing hand hygiene will help to reduce the spread.
Face coverings are strongly recommended in indoor spaces. Please be mindful of the comfort level and health needs of those around you.
Programs and courses are primarily delivered on-campus with student learning accommodations and support available. If a class starts online, it will remain that way for the full semester.
With some classes in digital or hybrid formats, you may require computer equipment to participate in classes. Some programs or courses may have more specific equipment requirements.
For more information about Health & Safety on campus, please visit the Health and Safety page.
If you need financial assistance due to the pandemic, there are a number of options to consider to help fund your education.
It's important to stay connected to your support networks and pay special attention to your mental health during the pandemic. Here are some resources to help.
Read about our protocols for communicable diseases on campus.
Read the Plan
Read BC's Return To Campus Guidelines for post secondary institutions.