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Member Institutions’ COVID-19 Response

To help you stay up-to-date on the pandemic-related plans of our member institutions, we have compiled the following list, which summarizes how each school is adjusting its class delivery methods, as well as a link to each school’s COVID-19 webpage. Additional resources below provide virtual campus tours, COVID-19 FAQs, and tips for workingstudying from home.

Note: External links lead to each member institution’s COVID-19 response webpage.

If you have updates or corrections for this page, please email paula@scienceatlantic.ca.

Information last confirmed on December 3, 2020.

Crandall University

Crandall University is currently offering a hybrid model for the Fall 2020 semester. Classes will continue in-person while increasing safeguards for students, faculty, and staff. 

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[Updated November 19, 2020]

Mount Allison University

Mount Allison University is currently offering a hybrid model for the Fall 2020 semester with three formats of delivery: scheduled, on-campus elements; scheduled, online only; and unscheduled, online only. At this time, classes for Winter 2021 are set to follow the same model outlined for Fall 2020.
 
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[Updated November 26, 2020]
 

St. Thomas University 

St. Thomas University is currently offering an entirely online learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester. Courses will continue with the current remote teaching and learning model for the Winter 2021 semester. 
 
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[Updated December 2, 2020]
 

The Université de Moncton

The Université de Moncton is currently offering in-person classes for the Fall 2020 semester, with some courses delivered remotely as seen necessary. Winter 2021 will follow the same teaching format as Fall 2020. For detailed information regarding teaching method programs, consult the individual campuses websites. 

 
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[Updated November 30, 2020]

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton 

The University of New Brunswick, Fredericton is currently offering a blended learning model with alternative delivery methods and in-person classes and labs, where possible, for the Fall 2020 semester. Winter 2021 courses will be delivered in the same format as in Fall 2020. 

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[Updated November 27, 2020]
 

The University of New Brunswick, Saint John

The University of New Brunswick, Saint John is currently offering a blended learning model with alternative delivery methods and in-person classes and labs, where possible, for the Fall 2020 semester. Winter 2021 courses will be delivered in the same format as in Fall 2020.

 
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[Updated November 27, 2020]

Memorial University, Grenfell Campus 

Memorial University, Grenfell Campus is currently offering a primarily remote learning environment for the Fall 2020 Winter 2021 semesters and will not resume full in-person teaching before May 2021 with some exceptions as listed on the school’s update page. 

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[Updated November 22, 2020]

Memorial University, St. John’s

Memorial University, St. John’s is currently offering a primarily remote learning environment for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 semesters and will not resume full in-person teaching before May 2021 with some exceptions as listed on the school’s update page.

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[Updated November 22, 2020]

Acadia University

Acadia University is currently offering a hybrid approach, which includes a mix of in-person, online, and virtual courses for the Fall 2020 semester. Winter 2021 will continue with the hybrid approach.

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[Updated November 27, 2020]

Cape Breton University

Cape Breton University’s Fall 2020 semester is currently delivered completely online. The Winter 2021 semester will be delivered entirely online. 

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[Updated November 17, 2020]

Dalhousie University 

Dalhousie University is currently offering primarily online instruction for Fall 2020, with limited exceptions such as medicine, dentistry, etc. The majority of courses for Winter 2021 will be online, with a few exceptions. 

 
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[Updated November 26, 2020]
 

Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture

Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture, located in Truro, NS is currently offering primarily online instruction for Fall 2020, with limited exceptions such as medicine, dentistry, etc. The majority of courses for Winter 2021 will be online, with a few exceptions. 
 
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[Updated November 26, 2020]
 

Mount Saint Vincent University 

Mount Saint Vincent University is currently offering an entirely online learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester. Winter 2021 courses will continue to be offered primarily online, with limited courses being delivered both online and in-person. 
 
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[Updated November 25, 2020]
 

Nova Scotia Community College 

Nova Scotia Community College is currently offering programs either entirely online or in a blended format of online classes and some on-campus labs and courses for the 2020-21 Academic year.
 
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[Updated December 3, 2020]
 

Saint Mary’s University 

Saint Mary’s University is currently offering an online learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester through their Virtual University. The university will offer a mix of online and in-person classes for the winter semester starting January 2021.
 
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[Updated December 3, 2020]
 

St.Francis Xavier University

St.Francis Xavier University is currently offering a mixed method of course delivery, in-person or online, where safe-distancing is not possible, for the Fall 2020 semester. Courses will continue to be offered using a mixed method course delivery. 
 
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[Updated December 2, 2020]

University of Prince Edward Island 

The University of Prince Edward Island is currently offering a primarily online learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester, with exceptions of in-person classes for programs such as nursing, veterinary medicine, etc. The blended delivery model will be extended for the Winter 2021 semester. 

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[Updated November 26, 2020]